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Myles Potter, known to some as North Augusta High School's 2005 valedictorian and a three-sport athlete for the Yellow Jackets, is on the verge of a major milestone this week.
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Elizabeth West, archivist for the University of South Carolina, visited the original campus of the university, known as the "Horseshoe," and talked about some of the historic places that make up the area, including .. Read More Elizabeth West, archivist for the University of South Carolina, visited the original campus of the university, known as ... (more)
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Kim Shealy Jeffcoat talked about South Carolina Center for Children's Books and Literacy, a unit of the University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science.Topics included the center's .. Read More Kim Shealy Jeffcoat talked about South Carolina Center for Children's Books and Literacy, a unit of the University of South Carolina ... (more)
Beth Marion, BSN, RN of Murrells Inlet, was named Nurse of the Year at Waccamaw Community Hospital, and Kerri Evans, BSN, BS, RN, of Andrews, was named Nurse of the Year at Georgetown Memorial Hospital.
The Board of County Commissioners appointed Shields to the position at its November 27, 2012 meeting.
The first-grade students at W.B. Goodwin couldn't hold their cross-legged rows after a special reader, Cocky, came to the front of the library to act out each of the picture books.
The type of sensors that pick up the rhythm of a beating heart in implanted cardiac defibrillators and pacemakers are vulnerable to tampering, according to a new study conducted in controlled laboratory conditions.
From the Department of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC ; and Center for Developmental Biology and Regenerative Medicine, Seattle Children's Research Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, WA .
Parents of a child adopted seven years ago are suing the state, the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston and Greenville Hospital System over the child's sex-assignment surgery, which they allege was medically unnecessary.
The Legislature elected a House member's father to the Medical University of South Carolina board after he agreed to pay higher property taxes at his beach home.
Hospital-acquired infections are a huge problem in the United States. Wouldn't it be amazing if they could be prevented merely through the materials used in the hospital room? Researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina explored covering key surfaces in hospital intensive care units in copper alloy, and found that this is an effective ... (more)
As ubiquitous as Ross and Rachel in the mid 1990s, Rucker's voice on the Hootie & the Blowfish hits "Only Want to Be With You," "Let Her Cry" and "Hold My Hand" poured deep and mellow from MTV and every jukebox and car radio on an hourly basis.
A Burton firefighter was honored last month for helping to successfully deliver and resuscitate a premature baby in February.
This week is ominously known as "Spoleto Week" here at the City Paper offices. It's the deceptively quiet week we spend preparing for the first of three big issues devoted to Spoleto Festival USA and Piccolo Spoleto.