The accusations against ex-officer Wade Rollings and his charges in the theft of evidence and selling it to a pawn shop have put major holes in any argument involving the evidence or Rollings, according to local officials.
Getting a vaccine at any pharmacy is not as easy as it sounds for Kimberly Lewis and her son. Lewis says 17-year old Dustin has obsessive compulsive disorder, meaning that he won’t leave to get the shot but the shot needs to come to him.
Supply chain issues are hitting schools where it hurts the most – the stomach. Across the country, schools are coping with delayed or canceled shipments of fresh and packaged food and the Lowcountry school districts are no different.
Officials at the South Carolina Emergency Management Division are closely monitoring our state’s seismic activity. Earlier this week, the Summerville and Ladson area experienced three earthquakes in a matter of hours.
McMaster toured the IFA Rotorion in Summerville, getting a first-hand look at the process that goes into making drive shafts. IFA officials say they were proud to show off their work and their happy employees.
The board chose to take no action on a mask mandate at Monday night’s meeting. Board members cited a declining number of COVID cases, legal challenges, and the additional strain it would put on teachers as reasons for passing on masks.
Officials with Dorchester School District Two announced on Wednesday night that Fort Dorchester High School students and staff will return to in person classes on Thursday, September 23, 2021 after completion of major repairs of the electrical system.