A college student who died tackling a gunman at a North Carolina university was posthumously awarded one of the U.S.'s highest civilian honors on Wednesday, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation announced.
The Hardeeville Fire Department has responded to six medical calls in the last 36 hours. The department expects that number to go up because one third of the population in their coverage zone is the at-risk population of 65 and older.
A Midlands business owner has come up with a way to keep his staff working all while helping to support health care workers in the state. Koss Creative Brands in Columbia is now printing South Carolina “Strong” t-shirts during these uncertain and trying times.
Officials with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control have announced clients will now be able to receive their Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program benefits without having to go to the WIC clinic.
Thousands of Lowcountry residents are practicing social distancing and staying at home. But for the most part, there hasn’t been a direct order to do so. The mayor of Beaufort is hoping that changes and that people will shut their doors and shelter in place.
If you are running low on toilet paper and haven’t been able to find any, you might be using other paper products like wipes or paper towels. But the Beaufort Jasper Water Sewer Authority is asking if it comes to that, throw them out and do not flush them down your toilet.
South Carolina State University leaders have announced a mandatory evacuation of residence halls Sunday night. The deadline for students to move out is March 29 at 6 p.m. A post on the university’s Facebook page said three confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Orangeburg County have heightened the threat.
Under normal circumstances, you could fill up 21 of these 16-passenger vans full of kids and bring them all to the Boys and Girls Club of Hilton Head. But right now, the club is empty, and the director says they don’t know what’s going to happen when they do reopen.
The South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce said it is working as quickly as possible to help those seeking unemployment benefits as many businesses close during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gold Hill Middle School choir and band students were riding back from a trip to Disney World last week when they learned it would likely be the last job for their charter bus drivers Ron and Rick for a while.