The Solomon Tenenbaum lecture series continues through the Jewish Studies Program at the University of South Carolina with a renowned speaker and author, known for his bravery and courage in the face of the Rwandan genocide of 1994.
The University of South Carolina’s Carolina Health Advocacy Medicolegal Partnership (CHAMPS) Clinic is made up of a team of graduate students and faculty from USC’s School of Law. They work with low-income clients to understand the medical system.
As the South Carolina Department of Transportation continues to study traffic on Millwood Avenue after three pedestrian fatalities there in four years, a bill is in a House committee that would require SCDOT to implement a policy targeting unsafe streets around the state.
Displaced residents from Allen Benedict Court will receive free food boxes Wednesday morning, two months after being displaced from their homes when a carbon monoxide leak was discovered at the apartment complex.
Doctors didn’t think he’d live... and if he did by some chance survive, they didn’t think he’d ever walk or speak again. Now 21 months later, not only is Jackson walking on his own - he sounded out his first words since the 2017 crash.
Some proponents believe action like banning single-use plastics such as straws, or plastic bags, would be a step toward limiting the excess litter and waste that enters our rivers and lakes in the Midlands.
Top officials at Fort Jackson are taking on some of the responsibility following complaints of sub-standard housing conditions on base after the Army launched a nationwide effort to step-up inspections and increase transparency between military bases and their partners.
According to their website, the Auntie Karen Foundation’s mission is to create and implement a series of reproducible community outreach programs designed to empower, enlighten, and educate through the arts.
Officials are looking for answers Sunday after a pair of ducks were found injured.Pictured surfaced on social media Sunday of a pair of ducks with blow dart injuries. One duck appears to have been shot in the head and the other in the neck.