The Summerville Journal-Scene
Janney, Matthews to wed in October
Chelsea Jean Janney of Summerville and Ryan Allen Matthews of Summerville are engaged to be married on Oct. 25, 2014 at The Citadel, Summerall Chapel in Charleston.
The Moultrie News
Lowcountry farming doc to debut this fall
Ru Concept, Inc., announced the premiere of the Charleston-based, food-centric documentary 'Overalls and Aprons.'
Chamber to host Camp Sandhills lunc...
The Greater Cheraw Chamber of Commerce is taking its Lunch and Learn series "on the road," traveling to AMI Kids, Camp Sandhills.
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Pictured are the nursing assistant students who graduated Northeastern Technical College's certificate program on June 23. They are, front row, from left, Crystal Banks, Altesha Robinson, Lena Clyburn, Hilda Marie Cogland, Amy Dragoo, and Ryan West; back row, from left, Mynesha Brown, Disa Robinson, Christy Purvis, Katelyn O'Neal, Ariel Alford, ... (more)
GOODWILL helps over 10,000 South Carolinians find jobs
Dropping off a donation of a pair of jeans, a discarded toy, or an outdated computer might seem insignificant at times.
Columbia robbery suspect caught on I-26 in Newberry County
Deputies with the Newberry County Sheriff's Office caught a bank robbery suspect Thursday morning on I-26 near the S.C. 219 exit thanks to inter-agency cooperation with the Richland County Sheriff's Department and S.C. Highway Patrol.
Report: SC State Diverted Money to Foundation
Report: SC State Diverted Money to Foundation There are questions surrounding where the money came from to give a bonus to SC State University's president.
The Gaston Gazette
Search for possible drowning victim expands on land
A search for a reported drowning victim has expanded beyond two states, and much of the effort to find Amy Arrington remains not in the water, but on land.
Good news pops up in Jasper County
It was good to see the crowds at the various Fourth of July celebrations we were fortunate enough to attend.
SC State Foundations Caught Skimming Taxpayer Cash
The inspector general's office in South Carolina is pretty much a joke. It doesn't rock the boat , and even if it wanted to it lacks the authority to do much in the way of rocking It's also part of S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley's administration, meaning it lacks any real credibility to tell other agencies, "hey, you're being corrupt."
The Island Packet
Judges' orders keeps information from becoming public
In theory, South Carolina's courts are open. The state's Constitution says as much in Article 1, Section 9: "All courts shall be public ..." In reality, it doesn't always work out that way.