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.
Columbia – South Carolina’s tourism industry may get a boost from the Sanford scandal, officials said today. “We envision an opportunity to boost tourism because of the governor’s sex scandal,” said George Upshaw, the state’s tourism director.
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.
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 – School administrators are delighted at a new, seemingly less suggestive t-shirt that’s been popping up around campus this summer.
In a move that analysts predict will open the floodgates for advertising in the historical district, Huggies announced plans to be the official supplier of diapers for the horses and mules that pull the iconic tour carriages seen all over downtown Charleston. Huggies CEO Frederick Alston called the sponsorship a no-brainer.