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One of the biggest criticisms the uniform start date for South Carolina schools has received from school districts is the lack of flexibility they have in formulating school calendars each year.
Two local economists say the state’s economy is healthy and should remain that way for at least the next several years.
The weather may have been frigid last week, but the organizer of The Green Crescent project is fired up over the positive response received from citizens on improving walking and biking opportunities in the city of Clemson.
After the completion of the Sheep Farm Road connector, more funds for transportation projects should be coming Oconee County’s way in the near future.
Legislation promised in the current session by Sen. Tom Davis, R-Beaufort, and Rep. Jenny Horne, R-Dorchester, to expand on South Carolina’s medical marijuana law has yet to surface amid pushback by the State Law Enforcement Division and the South Carolina Medical Association.