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SC Senate bill could phase out subminimum wage for people with disabilities by 2024

The bill was introduced in the state Senate on Feb. 9.

McMaster expects J&J vaccine in SC by this weekend

As South Carolina awaits the first shipment of the Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine, the state prepares to move into phase 1b on Monday, March 8. This phase of the vaccine rollout would allow individuals 55 and older to get vaccinated along with essential workers, such as grocery store employees and teachers, and people between […]

3/4 COVID-19 update: 819 cases; 5.5% positive; 38 deaths

COVID-19 updates: South Carolina health officials reported 819 new cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, with 38 additional confirmed deaths. As of 2:55 p.m. March 4 via S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control: With 21,020 tests reported Thursday, 5.5% were positive. Confirmed cases in S.C.: 447,085 (+819)Total positive cases in Charleston County: 38,456Total positive cases in Berkeley County: […]

Spanish-inspired tapas and charcoal-grilled plates coming to hospital district Thursday

Those who frequented Nimbo Pizza before its October 2019 closure will be pleasantly surprised the next time they walk by 161 Rutledge Ave., which has been transformed into a refined eatery with bright lights, street-facing bar seats and Texas white oak floors.  The reimagined interior, designed and renovated by veteran Charleston chef Trae Wilson, is […]