While other Southern cities and states may wrestle with the issue of Confederate monuments and memorials on display in public places, one thing is certain when it comes to South Carolina: A law called the S.C. Heritage Act prohibits the removal of such statues or displays without legislative approval.
The link between missing school and ending up in jail is so well established that law enforcement officials realize that one of the best ways to prevent crime is to ensure children remain in school and get an education.
Planners in Rock Hill have spent years working to find ways to attract more people and businesses to the city’s historic core, particularly the central downtown area. Now that the realization of those efforts looks more imminent, planners need to find places to put the cars.
Proponents of legislative reforms to improve South Carolina’s Freedom of Information Act didn’t get everything they had hoped for in the bill that passed on the last day of the session. But the bill came close, and it should be regarded as a victory for open government and citizens’ ability to gain access to public information.
Winthrop’s Xavier Cooks was one of six senior basketball players recognized Feb. 24, 2018 during the Eagles’ Senior Day ceremony. Cooks’ mom, Josie, traveled 30 hours and over 10,000 miles to see the game.
Xavier Cooks one of six Winthrop seniors recognized Feb. 24, 2018
Retired York Co. sheriff, state legislator: teachers can carry Tasers instead of guns
Here’s the nail-biting end of Lewisville’s 1A Upper State championship game Feb. 23, 2018
Rock Hill civil rights trailblazer says Black History Month teaches everyone