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This week Doris J. Gleason, director of Community Research Outreach for AARP in South Carolina, is the guest spokesperson.
Jim Tatum/Journal Scene Left, Shawn Drury, Field Director, Conservation Voters of South Carolina thanks Sen. Sean Bennett for his environmental record.
An ad from the Democratic challenger in the South Carolina governor's race says that when hackers stole 3.6 million Social Security numbers from state computers, Gov. Nikki Haley "hid it from us for over two weeks" - but the ad fails to mention that Haley's silence was at the direction of state and federal investigators.
During the 23rd annual Hands Across the Border campaign, Georgia, Florida, Alabama North and South Carolina law enforcement will be meeting their counterparts in communities near the Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida state lines to conduct road checks.
This week, second term Gov. Mark Sanford of South Carolina disappeared for six days, leaving the state without a chief executive who could make decisions in an emergency.
The Democratic National Committee voted this weekend to adopt its 2016 calendar, setting the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses for early February-and unlike in 2008 and 2012, the calendar this time seems much more likely to stick.
A new identity theft unit in South Carolina has taken over 3,000 calls from concerned people since it was formed 10 months ago.
Notes from the Field: Atypical Pneumonia in Three Members of an Extended Family - South Carolina and North Carolina, JulyaS'August 2013 On August 5, 2013, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control was notified of a case of acute respiratory failure in a previously healthy woman.
Well, hold on. By the common legal definition, yes - South Carolina is a right-to-work state: its residents can't be forced to join a union.
Recent polling in South Carolina showed a major uptick in support for school choice.
Gov. Nikki Haley's Democratic opponent said Wednesday her administration hasn't moved more than 20,000 people from welfare to work as claimed, since many of those people still earn so little, they continue to receive government assistance.
South Carolina's unemployment rate rose from 5.3 percent in June to 5.7 percent in July - although as we've mentioned on multiple previous occasions this widely-watched economic indicator isn't the true test of a state's jobs situation.
In 2009, Mark Sanford, Governor of South Carolina disappeared for six days on a "hike" and then confessed to having been in Argentina with a woman with whom he was having an affair.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 09:23 am
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