“When you come out here ... and work hard, it hurts:” Chicken killers leave at least 300,000 dead, millions in damage to SC farms
Attacks the past two weeks on at least 16 farms across several rural South Carolina counties killed an estimated 300,000 chickens and cost the owners roughly $1.7 million.
Some University of South Carolina students were evacuated from their dorm Monday night after a pipe ruptured and caused flooding.
A ruling outlawing the subsidies would translate into making insurance out of reach
SC’s capital city reviewing $1.2 B plan to make downtown less Gridlock City, more friendly to walkers, cyclists
High-dollar plan intended to prepare Capital City for flood of people as development continues
The board of trustees at Erskine College in Due West has released a statement that calls practicing homosexuality a sin, though the college stopped short of saying students would be banned or expelled for being gay.
Tuesday: A chance of showers. Cloudy, with a high near 48. East wind 3 to 6 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
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The earth mounds can turn up anywhere in the Lowcountry, it seems – odd-shaped crowns or crooked rows, a little too large and too strange to be natural. They are haunts of the past.