Susan Alford retired Monday as director of the embattled S.C. Department of Social Services. In 2015, Alford was named to head the troubled agency by then-Gov. Nikki Haley after its previous director resigned.
A Rock Hill, South Carolina, teen was charged with vandalism Friday, after pouring cooking oil on the floor of a skating rink, police said. The teen told police he “though it would be funny,” police said.
Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park in Beaufort is the greatest legacy of former mayor, civic and business leader who died Saturday, July 14, 2018 at Beaufort Memorial Hospital, but his life was not always easy.
An irate customer in the drive-thru at a Spartanburg, SC, Wendy’s kicked and mooned the car in front of her, according to police. Another suspect was yelling profanities at the couple in the car, police say.
South Carolina has fallen behind nine other states throughout the country in higher education funding since the Great Recession, according to a new report from the nationwide union American Federation for Teachers.
Clemson President Jim Clements and University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides are among the country’s top 50 highest paid university presidents according to a report from Chronicle of Higher Education.
If private developers accept a $2.5 million offer from the state of North Carolina to purchase a stretch of land near the Bird Island Coastal Reserve in Sunset Beach, North Carolina, that land will never be available for development.
Federal regulators have given the first of several levels of approval to a Virginia-based power company's proposed merger with an embattled South Carolina utility after the failure of a multibillion-dollar nuclear project.
S.C. lawmakers aim to pass a bond bill in 2019 to address years of deferred maintenance at the state’s buildings and colleges. But Gov. Henry McMaster could veto the borrowing if he wins a new term in November.
A 17-year-old was hospitalized after he was bitten by two snakes while mowing a Jacksonville, Florida lawn. The teen said doctors think the bites were from rattlesnakes but venom never entered his body.
Republican U.S. Rep Joe Wilson, of Springdale, South Carolina, will appear on the new Showtime TV program “Who Is America?” starring Sacha Baron Cohen; he says he did not realize he was part of the comedian’s joke.