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The state has recorded over 50,000 new cases in less than two weeks. Sunday's report reflects data as of Friday, as reports have been on a two-day delay since the holidays.

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Not many 50-year-old professional sports executives go to school, but Stingrays President Rob Concannon wanted the college degree he wasn’t able to complete 25 years ago.

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Replying to @PCMyrtleBeach: "If there was a Mt. Rushmore for Horry County political figures, he’s on it."

Reaction pouring in as John Rhodes, the f…

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"If there was a Mt. Rushmore for Horry County political figures, he’s on it."

Reaction pouring in as John Rhodes, the former Myrtle Beach mayor, passes away after battling #COVID19.

@HannahLStrong with the #BreakingNews:

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The winter bar exam will continue as scheduled Feb. 23-24, the S.C. Judicial Branch announced, with applicants required to attend in person.

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After 196 home runs, 570 RBIs and nearly 1,300 major-league games, there’s still a lot that Justin Smoak can give to baseball.

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A final stretch saw the Cougars miss six of seven shots, including their final four, in a 67-62 loss to Northeastern in a battle for first place in Colonial Athletic Association basketball.

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Black police officers are meant to serve their communities, but often must confront them instead, sometimes with violence, and this can produce a tension that poses challenges.

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Our editorial board argues Gov. McMaster's proposed initiatives are all smart investments that lawmakers should make in order to help fulfill our government’s most important duty: educating the next generation.

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"A report issued last month by South Carolina’s top economic forecasters suggests that the COVID-19 recession is the South Carolina tax system’s broken-clock moment," editorial writer Cindi Ross Scoppe argues.

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A Midlands superintendent whose district was among South Carolina’s first to be affected by the coronavirus has quietly garnered national attention for his efforts in keeping it at bay.

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The S.C. Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that a citizen can’t sue the government for failing to save documents that the public has a right to access.

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Despite calls for resignation over the rally-turned-riot at the U.S. Capitol, elected officials in the area say they will not be stepping down from their positions.

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Artist Manning Williams would characterize himself first and foremost as a storyteller.

It’s no stretch then that such a narrative drive is the thread of a new, posthumous retrospective book and exhibition devoted to him.

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It’s been 13 years today since Kadie Major's death.

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Last year was brutal for the meeting industry, but organizers of conventions already are looking toward reviving their in-person events in Columbia, especially later this year and in 2022.

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Lowcountry civil rights activist Christine Osburn Jackson recently reflected on the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, efforts to preserve his memory in the Charleston region, and her own efforts to bring about social change.

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The Palmetto State's coronavirus data system has recovered from a bug that decimated case counts for nearly a week. Corrected data reveals that the state shot past its daily record in that time.

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Nontraditional learning spaces aren’t always an option, but a new program helped one Johns Island school solve its need for more open air learning spaces.

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The developing Nexton master-planned community on the edge of Summerville continues to add new housing options, with the latest being one- and two-story detached rental cottages.

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