A trip to the hospital in South Carolina can lead to patients eventually losing part of their tax refund, and right now, Lowcountry counties are looking to collect tens of millions of dollars in ambulance debt.
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.
South Carolina’s infrastructure received a C- from the American Society of Engineers, but not every Member of Congress from the state says a more than a trillion-dollar infrastructure bill is the best way to fix it.
Charleston County’s Board of Elections and Voter Registration is partnering with the Charleston County Public Library to make it easier for folks in the area to register ahead of the deadline this weekend.
Federal prosecutors argued in court documents filed Thursday that a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals correctly ruled last month that the government had proven its case against Dylann Roof, despite his protestations on several points.
The mayor of Holly Hill asked the committee to keep the rural communities in mind when drawing the lines, while the local head of the NAACP spoke out against packing communities of color into a single district.
The South Carolina House Democratic Caucus called on Gov. Henry McMaster to convene an emergency session of the General Assembly to repeal a temporary law that bans school districts from requiring masks in the classroom.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit by four jobless South Carolinians against Gov. Henry McMaster over his decision earlier this summer to exit the federal unemployment programs providing extra money to residents.
Afghanistan’s embattled president left the country Sunday, joining his fellow citizens and foreigners in a stampede fleeing the advancing Taliban and signaling the end of 20 years of American involvement.