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Some residents and biking advocates like the look of new drawings for a 1.5-mile park trail that would stretch from Shelter Cove to Collier Beach.
A pastor at a Decker Boulevard church was arrested Monday and is facing criminal sexual conduct charges, according to Columbia Police.
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This week, the Department of Health and Environmental Control announced the creation of a committee that will meet regularly to try to find ways to make pregnancy, and the months that come after it, safer for South Carolina women.
Dr. Greg Barabell is the medical director for Select Health of South Carolina and focuses on prevention-based health care for hundreds of thousands Medicaid recipients in the state.
The author of a book that explains how to grow vegetables to enhance the Mediterranean diet as well as how to cook and serve them, will speak Saturday, Dec. 28, at 6 p.m., at R.J. Julia Booksellers, 768 Boston Post Road, Madison.
Brews is a native of South Africa and is a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina.
The University of South Carolina has chosen a specialist in international business from North Carolina as the new dean for the Darla Moore School of Business.
Even the world's oldest and smallest republic shares in Abraham Lincoln's legacy.
Robert Tritt works as a biomedical technician in the neonatal and pediatrics departments in the Medical University of South Carolina, where he is responsible for all of the biomedical equipment needed by the hospital's youngest patients.
Conservative Christians will rally at noon Tuesday in Cannon Park to protest an agreement between the Medical University of South Carolina and a private West Ashley women's clinic.
As states continue to report decreases in library funding, budget cuts remain a persistent issue in libraries.
Building on its success outside its home state, First Tennessee Bank will soon open its first office in the Charleston, SC, area.
Proceeds from this year's Jam Room Christmas Compilation CD will go toward artist Thomas Crouch, who was injured after being hit by a unidentified driver while biking on Oct. 31. Tonight's release party at Art Bar in the Vista also includes a small art auction.