The Cayce Police Department rolled out new E-energy and solar powered devices to be more sustainable for the environment.Read More
Author: Hannah Litteer
By Hannah Litteer | Apr 21, 2022
Darion McCloud is well known around the Midlands as a consummate storyteller – but he’s also a man of many other talents.Read More
By Hannah Litteer | Apr 15, 2022
Clemson University students, staff, members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community rallied on Thursday to protest derogatory speech targeted at the community from an on-campus organization.Read More
Allendale County residents are banding together after several tornadoes caused widespread damage on Tuesday during a storm that barreled through the southeast U.S.Read More
By Hannah Litteer | Mar 28, 2022
Some young women entering STEM fields say they are intimated by the lack of role models and need more mentorship.Read More
University of South Carolina students will not participate in alternative break programs this month because of COVID-19 and staffing issues at the university.Read More
The Lexington-Richland 5 school district announced on Tuesday that Irmo High School’s principal, Robin Hardy, has gone on medical leave and will be gone for several weeks amid a sexual harassment scandal at the school.Read More
The EdVenture Children’s Museum in Columbia has added an Olympic Village to their “Snowville” exhibit modeled after the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China. The Olympic Village showcases flags of countries across the world and provides information about the Winter Olympics.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.