On Aug. 14, Gov. Roy Cooper visited a transitional house in honor of the new Face to Face Initiative, which encourages policymakers to engage with those who are knowledgeable on the correctional system.
Since its introduction in July, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's ruling which prevents class-action waivers in almost all instances of financial consumer-service agreements, has been met with contention, which has come from financial institutions and politicians alike.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce named the winners of scholarships recently during South Carolina Business Week, an opportunity for talented high-school students to learn about potential business careers by working with business leaders and peers.
Anticipation of the Aug. 21 eclipse has become a source of excitement for many, but according to the Greenville police chief and public works director, there are safety precautions that need to be known in preparation for the big event.
Though it is a desirable place to visit, living in the Charleston area comes with a hefty price tag, with the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment costing over $1,000, according to a Post and Courier article dated from earlier this year.