USC equestrian coach Boo Major grew up riding in Blythewood, then turned her passion into a career. “I do believe horses kept me out of a lot more trouble that I could’ve gotten into because I am definitely a risk taker,” Major says today.
As Hurricane Irma continues on a path that could threaten South Carolina, we’re answering some common questions about the storm and South Carolina’s response. Do you have a question about the storm or have information that you believe is important to share? Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Willie Dell Grimes had to drop out of school as a young girl because she didn’t have a way to get to the high school, nearly 10 miles away. But that drive for a high school degree never left her. And, with help from Richland 2, she achieved that dream.
The York Electric Cooperative has proposed a land-use agreement with the Rock Hill school district to host a community solar program site in the northeast corner of the Applied Technology Center off Main Street West.
South Carolina’s charter schools, which turn 10 years old this year, promised to deliver academic excellence in exchange for more freedom. After almost $1 billion in state spending, are they succeeding?