Article Archive for 10 August 2017
The company that led the failed effort to build two new nuclear reactors in South Carolina — and is now seeking to recoup billions more from customers — paid its executives millions in bonuses, some of it for work on the project, a review of federal records shows.
The cost of attending college in South Carolina for in-state students is up more than 8 percent at most schools since 2013-14, according to data from the National Center for Education Statistics.
Over the past two weeks or so, the sports staff has been working feverishly to bang out an eye-popping amount of content for the paper’s annual high school football preseason preview magazine, and I have to admit it’s been surreal to watch that process play out while watching from the proverbial sideline.
Willie, A cancer diagnosis is never a good thing — however, the doctors and staff at GHS Oconee cancer clinic are a ray of sunlight and care.
Speaking during a news conference at his office Wednesday morning in Walhalla, attorney Keith Denny discussed three federal lawsuits in which he’s representing clients who are seeking unspecified damages from two area law enforcement agencies.
Tracing its roots back to a backpack program that loaded up area children in need with food to take home for dinner and weekends, Grace’s Closet has experienced tremendous growth in a two-year period.
Although he doesn’t think an attack from North Korea is imminent, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham is worried about the regime’s nuclear capabilities.
Summer can be a challenging time for parents trying to keep their children busy with learning opportunities during their time off from school.