Vaccinating 5 million South Carolinians is not getting any easier especially with the federal government only expected to fill a quarter of the amount of first doses requested by health care providers.
One month in after the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered, leaders at the Medical University of South Carolina spearheading the vaccination effort say between 3,000 to 4,000 patients a day are getting their shots.
A former North Charleston police officer who was arrested for two drunken driving incidents this week, one of which involved a crash with injuries, is committing himself to a recovery center, according to his lawyers.
Somerby Senior Living in Mount Pleasant started vaccinating workers and residents on Friday and will finish up the first round of doses Saturday. In all, around 300 more people are getting inoculated from the coronavirus.
More than a year after a man’s death in Charleston County, legislation has been introduced at the state level that could impact how first responders administer a sedative that is increasingly being utilized.
As school leaders sit down on a regular basis to figure out how to keep students learning in the most effective way during the pandemic, teachers in the Charleston County School District are sharing their thoughts.
Officials with the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office began the investigation on Monday afternoon when a woman told deputies that someone tried to kidnap her son from her backyard at a home on Bob White Lane.
The South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority says they are launching a program to help renters and homeowners who have struggled to pay their bills because of the pandemic and quarantine.
The Charleston City council will vote Tuesday on a resolution condemning white nationalism, white supremacy, neo-Nazism, and any other groups or individuals who seek to divide the community and incite hatred.