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After years of payments, 804,000 borrowers are having their student loans forgiven
Rock 4 Recovery fundraiser to help those struggling with addiction
The money raised will help those struggling with addiction and is sponsored by LRADAC. It's a substance free event.
Postal Service announces job fair, aims to hire 1,000 people in South Carolina
The USPS said the event is part of its 10-year-plan, dubbed 'Delivering for America,' that hopes to build 'a more stable and empowered workforce.'
New tennis, pickleball courts in Lee county
New tennis courts and the first ever pickleball courts are under construction in Lee county.
It's time for the Irmo Okra Strut
The festival kicks off Friday and continues through Saturday.
Cantaloupe recall: Thousands of whole melons sold in 19 states recalled
The recall, which impacts nearly 20 states, was issued after an FDA test conducted on cantaloupe in a distribution center.
DHEC wants to know what's in everyone's trash
The state agency is using part of a $500K grant to learn more about what is thrown away and what isn't being recycled.
Powerball jackpot nears $1 billion: When is the next drawing?
The prize has grown so large because there have been 30 consecutive drawings without a big winner, dating to July 19
Iconic toy brand that went bankrupt planning new brick-and-mortar stores
The expansion is a return to form for the once ubiquitous brand, which has fallen out of favor in recent years after a 2017 bankruptcy shuttered most stores.
Higher gas prices lift Fed's preferred inflation gauge but underlying price pressures remain mild
The spike in gas prices is eating away at Americans’ incomes, despite only mild inflationary increases in other parts of the economy.
Avoid mailing your checks, experts warn. Here's why
A surge in crimes targeting the U.S. Postal Service has some experts warning Americans against sending their checks through the mail.
South Carolina HBCUs part of $10M US Department of Energy renewable energy project
SMART project in Orangeburg County will focus on repurposing lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles
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