Tuesday Nov 19
Fort Mill Times
Santee Cooper removing 1.3M tons of coal ash
The center sued Santee Cooper on behalf of the Waccamaw Riverkeeper, the Coastal Conservation League and the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy to require removal of the coal ash.
The Greenville News
Lower standards allow for paving more miles of roads
Richland County is paving its first dirt roads using new standards, like narrow lanes, that will save $350,000 per mile.
Eastover, SC (WLTX) -- The best way to start an organization is with a bang.
"It makes me feel great that there's other women out there that want to shoot and are willing to get together and shoot as a bunch of women other than going out and cackling and shopping," Brown said.
Romarco Minerals buys Cook's Mountain in Lower Richland
Canadian miners bought Cook's Mountain last week for more than $3 million under a carefully constructed plan to develop a mega gold mine in Lancaster County and create a riverfront nature preserve in Richland County.
24-year-old killed in Lower Richland Co. accident
A 24-year-old Eastover man was killed in a traffic accident Tuesday night on Garners Ferry Road, according to the Richland County Coroner's Office.