By Julia Goulet | Nov 17, 2022
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by Téa Smith | Feb 25, 2022
Ian Emmer, a Dutch Fork High School junior, gets the rare opportunity to play Carnegie Hall.Read More
by Carson Peaden | Feb 15, 2022
Vinyl sales have grown in the U.S. for the 16th consecutive year, bringing an old way of listening back into the mainstream.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
by Jack Bingham | Nov 30, 2021
Pearl Fryar’s topiary garden in Bishopville, S.C., the only one of its kind, is being renovated by the University of South Carolina’s McKissick Museum. Learn more about the man behind the repairs and the history of this exceptional garden.Read More
by Anna Mock | Nov 23, 2021
Despite a frigid weekend in New York City, artists from all walks of life attended Anime NYC, even those from South Carolina.Read More
by Jeremiah Weaver | Nov 23, 2021
The Battle of Camden draws hundreds of spectators annually to view a campaign where the British Army overcame the South Carolina patriots.Read More
by Julie Crosby | Nov 12, 2021
Teachers aren’t speaking up for themselves in a time of extra stress and additional classroom obligations the president of the South Carolina Education Association said this week. Sherry East lays the blame on a “culture of fear” and intimidation tactics.Read More
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Allen University is officially looking for land to build their own football stadium. Tune in at 4pm for the story!
Biden announced to Democrats he wants S.C. to be the first state for theprimary presidential elections. This will boot Iowa, a state that has led the elections since 1976. I will be live at 4pm at the S.C. State House for @USCCarolinaNews to tell you more.
Fourteen counties in South Carolina do not have an OB-GYN. How does this affect pregnant women?
Read more: https://carolinanewsandreporter.cic.sc.edu/ob-gyn-shortage-causes-difficulties-for-pregnant-women-in-rural-sc-counties/