Studies have found students working 10-19 hours per week have higher GPAs compared to students who do not work at all or work over 20 hours per week.Read More
Author: Ashton Van Ness
By Ashton Van Ness | Nov 17, 2021
DHEC discusses precautions that should be taken during holidays travels.Read More
Malfunction Junction is getting a makeover.Read More
Healing springs, tiny churches and lots of history – here are some of South Carolina’s must-see hidden gems
By Ashton Van Ness | Nov 2, 2021
Nine spots in South Carolina that are worth the detour.Read More
By Ashton Van Ness | Oct 27, 2021
Columbia Animal Services is offering $20 adoptions for all dogs and cats.Read More
By Ashton Van Ness | Oct 13, 2021
The family run haunted attraction, Dark Castle, creates a dedicated community of volunteers.Read More
By Ashton Van Ness | Sep 30, 2021
The Cockabooses, located right behind the U of SC Williams-Brice stadium, where a community of...Read More
The owner of Studio 221 opens a new location in West Columbia, saying her faith inspired her to begin a new career in interior design.Read More
At the onset of the pandemic, small businesses, especially music venues and theaters, were hit hard by varying government restrictions. This caused the Small Business Administration to implement numerous grants and programs to support local businesses throughout the country.Read More
New development and recent bar closures suggest changes are coming for the popular Five Points neighborhood and entertainment district.Read More
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State Law Enforcement has cancelled an Amber Alert for an infant child in Hilton Head. Authorities in Beaufort County explained that Jairus Housey abducted his ten month old daughter at gunpoint last night. Housey is the non-custodial father to the victim and is now in custody.
Thursday’s vote in the South Carolina Senate passed the early voting bill that would allow South Carolina voters to vote in-person up to two weeks before the election for any reason. The bill unanimously passed in the house too.