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July 24 weekly COVID-19 update: 2,325 new cases

What you need to know this week: The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) found an overwhelming number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the month of June were attributed to those who were not fully vaccinated: 94% of June’s 5,344 cases 86% of June’s 243 hospitalizations 90% of June’s 39 deaths […]

Brack: Reform state tax code to make it fairer

It’s hard to believe 15 years have passed since the publication of a policy book that suggested ways South Carolina’s tax code could be brought into the modern age.   Doing Better: Progressive Tax Reform for the American South said states should do two basic things to make taxes fairer to everyone — broaden the tax […]

These SC athletes are competing in the Tokyo Olympics

Charleston natives CJ CummingsUSA, Weightlifting. Twitter: @CJ_Cummings Elisa CecchettiItaly, Softball. Twitter: @ely_ceck Ali GalyerNew Zealand, Swimming. Twitter: @aligalyer Mahassen HalaLebanon, Weightlifting. Twitter: @mahassenhala Khris MiddletonUSA, Men’s 5-on-5 basketball. Twitter: @Khris22m Raven SaundersUSA, Track and Field (shot put). Twitter: @GiveMe1Shot College of Charleston (via CofC.edu) Juan MaegliGuatemala, Sailing Enrique ArathoonEl Salvador, Sailing. Stefano PeschieraPeru, Sailing. Twitter: […]

Friday headlines: Task force considering grants to pay for after-school tutoring for struggling students

South Carolina could give parents up to $1,000 per child for tutoring outside of school as a way to help struggling students get back on track academically. The idea to spend up to $50 million on a grant program modeled after other states was discussed as a possibility by members of a task force to […]