South Carolina’s Teacher Cadet program now operates in 50 states with hopes of getting more teachers in schools, increasing teacher retention and promoting awareness and advocacy for public education all over the U.S.Read More
South Carolina no longer ranks among the worst states for domestic violence deaths. But at the 2020 Silent Witness ceremony, S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson says there is still work to be done.Read More
Cicadas are wild and intriguing insects to the eye, but have an unusual lifecycle and history in South Carolina. Over the years, they have become a staple to look for during the summer months.Read More
Two University of South Carolina engineering professors are creating an early warning flood detection system using artificial intelligence. The system could assist state and local agencies in emergency flood response.Read More
The Midlands Area Consortium for the Homeless (MACH) hosted its annual prayer breakfast that brought community members and advocates together to discuss hunger and homelessness in the Midlands.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.