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Less than a week after this website revealed the existence of a secret taxpayer-funded late night taxi service for inebriated and/or lazy South Carolina legislators, the free rides have come to an end - at least in the S.C. House of Representatives.
Several years ago, then-Mayor Bob Coble spearheaded an effort to have a communitywide dialogue about the city's form of government, but the chances of anything productive coming of it died when the council appointed a commission to lead the discussion and make recommendations and stacked it with people who opposed strong mayor.
An information session for the city's Work it Up program, which awards job-training grants of up to $3,000 The program is for city residents in the 29203 and 29204 ZIP codes whose household income is 80 percent or below HUD's Area Median Income.
We've all seen the 1977 Spoleto Festival poster. The wily monkey, the statuesque topiary, all shrouded in foliage, Charleston's idyllic blue sky peeking in the background.
An Orangeburg couple has a great story to tell their daughter when she's older. It was her dirty diaper that helped win the family $100,000 in the lottery.
Not all child care facilities are licensed and those that are may have violations you don't even know about.
The Army has suspended the one-star commanding general at Fort Jackson, S.C., for alleged misconduct involving adultery and an unspecified physical altercation.
The signing of the Pastor-Church Covenant of Relationship by Rev. Dr. Willie J. Thompson Jr.
COLUMBIA, SC The United States Postal Service says South Carolina mail carriers are experiencing an unusually high number of dog bites this year.
The study, written by the Genesis Consulting Group, cites an array of problems in a park system that includes 16 city pools, 55 tennis courts, 58 parks and some 600 acres of green space.
Columbia thrift shops help the community and the thrifty fashion shopper. Many wait for thrift shop sales to search for bargains on clothing, accessories, shoes and jewelry.
A restaurant owner who got snagged in a gambling probe that grew out of the Brett Parker double murder investigation took the stand, as the trial entered its third week.
Eleven seniors traveled to Columbia, SC., on Tuesday March 19, 2013 to take their 4 A1 2 hour Practical Exam for their Cosmetology License; their Practical Exam consisted of 8 parts.
Summer is coming to South Carolina and that means average daily temperatures near 90 degrees.
Archbishop Eamon Martin, on right, helping local school children to release balloons during the launch of the Columban celebrations at St Columba's Church, Long Tower.