Charleston – Rumors have been circulating for weeks now that an area publication exists entirely to provide a job-seeking forum for a single person – himself. We sought to track down this individual and get to the bottom of the story, but as it turns out, he was right here all along.
Dillon – State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) agents, flanked by police chiefs from the state’s largest cities joined 16 elected sheriffs today at South of the Border to announce their support for legalizing and taxing marijuana.
Columbia – Yesterday, seven of the largest daily newspapers in South Carolina ran the same full-page ad asking Governor Mark Sanford to remain in office.
Myrtle Beach – Stung by predatory lending criticisms, South Carolina’s payday lenders organized at a meeting in Horry County yesterday and laid plans to hire the state’s homeless. The new organization, Predatory Lender’s Council (PLC) aims to change the image of the industry.
Myrtle Beach – Santee Cooper held a press conference today announcing what they describe as a “bold new strategy” that will lead the way to South Carolina’s “energy future.”
Walterboro – South Carolina has responded quickly to reports of Florida-based dive boats depleting fishing stocks off the coast by launching a tactical strike into the heart of the sunshine state.
Columbia – South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is proposing a new program that could potentially raise tens of millions of dollars for out cash-strapped state by selling water rights.
A wave of support has arisen in the waning days of the 2009 legislative session to designate the spider monkey as the State Barrier Island Non-indigenous Mammal.