The new director of the state Department of Health and Environmental Control says he is ready to focus on optimizing COVID-19 vaccine access and supplies for the state.Read More
Gov. Henry McMaster says he’s not going to infringe on anyone’s First Amendment right to celebrate Easter this Sunday, but encourages people to practice safe social distancing norms if they are going out to church and enjoy services online if they can.Read More
After an increase in coronavirus cases across the state, Gov. Henry McMaster limits public gatherings to three or less people at a Monday press conference.Read More
The South Carolina teen pregnancy rate is continuing to decrease yearly, but this decrease seems to be caused by forms of sexual education other than public school curriculum, such as Internet access, community education by organizations like Planned Parenthood and parental influence.Read More
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Here it is. @scsbcoach_bev has made her return to Chapel Hill for just the third time since taking the South Carolina job. Tomorrow, she will be looking her first win against UNC away from Columbia. https://carolinanewsandreporter.cic.sc.edu/beverly-smith-makes-third-trip-to-unc-since-becoming-sc-coach-in-2010/
Tune into @USCCarolinaNews at 4pm&4:30 to see why organizations like the NAACP are back on campus and ready for action at UofSC!
I had the chance to speak with the president of Cason Development Group. They’ll be managing the redevelopment of Rosewood Church in to apartments and retail space. Check out the full story on @USCCarolinaNews at 4:30 tonight.