Thursday, August 21, 2014

The Agenda: Navy boots locally-based sailors; CofC floating Cremins?; Sheheen says Haley hid hacking

P&C looks at domestic violence in seven-part series

Posted by Sam Spence on Thu, Aug 21, 2014 at 12:03 PM

Sailors at Nuclear Power Training Unit Charleston in Goose Creek train to operate nuclear reactors that power submarines like the USS Newport News, seen here in 2012 - U.S. NAVY PHOTO
  • U.S. Navy photo
  • Sailors at Nuclear Power Training Unit Charleston in Goose Creek train to operate nuclear reactors that power submarines like the USS Newport News, seen here in 2012

The U.S. Navy has given 34 sailors the boot from the Charleston-based Nuclear Power Training Unit over a cheating ring discovered at the facility earlier this year that trains sailors to operate Navy nuclear submarines. [AP]

College of Charleston is reportedly considering bringing back former Cougar coach Bobby Cremins, now 67, who retired two years ago over health concerns, as interim coach with former Cougar guard Anthony Johnson as the coach-in-waiting going forward. (But not if P&C columnist Gene Sapakoff has his way.) [P&C]

The Post and Courier unveiled a seven-part investigative series, months in the making, looking at widespread domestic violence in South Carolina, its root causes, effects, issues it creates. [P&C]

Democratic candidate for governor Vincent Sheheen has a new TV ad out this week alleging that Gov. Nikki Haley, up for re-election in November, hid the 2012 security breach at the state Department of Revenue. [YouTube]

Congressman Trey Gowdy (who has one of the better ice bucket challenges out there, by the way), has settled into his prominent place in Congress despite his short tenure on the Hill. [The State]

Tags: , ,


Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Classified Listings

Powered by Foundation   © Copyright 2016, Charleston City Paper   RSS