South Carolina

Duke Energy Carolinas agrees to lower rate hike in South Carolina settlement

Columbia, South Carolina - Duke Energy Carolinas has agreed on a settlement for the rate review it submitted in January. If the Public Service...

Experience the magic of The Carolina Opry show in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - The Carolina Opry Theater, located at 8901 N. King's Hwy. in Myrtle Beach, will host The Carolina Opry show...

South Carolina State University held successful Alumni Weekend event; donations have exceeded $1 million

Orangeburg, South Carolina - For the third consecutive year, alumni groups from South Carolina State University contributed over $1 million during their reunion at...

South Carolina Department of Transportation allocates $719 million for road improvements

Columbia, South Carolina - The South Carolina Department of Transportation Commission recently decided to allocate an additional $719 million for road surface improvements throughout...

Santee Cooper unveils $10.8 million resilience grants to enhance South Carolina’s power grid

Columbia, South Carolina - Santee Cooper announced the first round of funding under its Grid Resilience Grant Program, a big step toward improving the...

Federal USDA funding to support three major projects in South Carolina

Columbia, South Carolina - On May 14, during Infrastructure Week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) revealed plans to fund three electric infrastructure projects...

SC Governor’s School for the Arts celebrates the class of 2024

Greenville, South Carolina - SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities celebrates the commencement of the class of 2024. The South Carolina Governor’s...

Two South Carolina men involved in drug trafficking get a total of over 19 years in federal prison

Spartanburg, South Carolina - Logan Holmes, 21, from Piedmont, got sentenced to over 11 years in federal prison. Christian Cruz, 28, from Enoree, received...

New proposal could tighten phone rules in South Carolina public schools

Columbia, South Carolina - South Carolina public school students might have to stow away their phones during class starting next year, according to a...