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South Carolina military members will get a tax break on homes they couldn't sell before being deployed, thanks to a law signed Thursday by Gov. Nikki Haley.
The law allows military homeowners to pay the owner-occupied property tax rate of 4 percent instead of the 6 percent rental rate.
BMW said today it would make a "significant economic and product announcement" at its Greer assembly plant on March 28. The German automaker gave no other details in a "request for coverage" other than a list of speakers.
South Carolina's recent success in attracting new manufacturers is due in part to government investments to prepare sites, build infrastructure and train the workforce, the state's chief recruiter told Congress Thursday.
Reporter Sarah Mimms of National Journal has a big story up this week examining the possibility, including some less-than-kind words from the guy who helped former S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford pull off his recent comeback bid.
The amount of media attention that has been given to the millennial generation over the last few years astounds me.
A proposed South Carolina state budget for the upcoming fiscal year includes nearly $70,000 in funding cuts for two public colleges that assigned books addressing gay and lesbian themes.
Equal pay for state workers was one of the issues that Sheheen's campaign rolled out Wednesday as part of his "Women's Agenda."
The Aiken County Legislative Delegation met with state and congressional officials on Tuesday to discuss the employment and waste implications of the federal government potentially halting funding of MOX.
The White House has approved South Carolina's request for federal disaster relief after last month's storm that caused more than $430 million in damage.
President Obama has declared a major disaster in South Carolina for the winter storm that hit the state last month.
The county's Zoning and Planning Department unanimously recommended the zoning change to Charleston County Council Tuesday.
Civil disobedience citations are handed out to Truthful Tuesday activists that blocked the entrance to the State House parking garage, Tuesday, March 11, 2014.
S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley visited Greenwood Tuesday afternoon and touted the progress of jobs and education in South Carolina.
The House voted to give administrative oversight of John de la Howe School in McCormick to the Cabinet agency.
Several Republicans want South Carolina's governor to explore possible legal action to avoid the closure of a project to turn weapons-grade plutonium into commercial nuclear reactor fuel.