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9:51 am on Thursday March 20, 2014

Highway workers hope higher speeding fines in work zones will become law in South Carolina

A new bill at the statehouse looks to double the fines for speeding in a work or construction zone. That bill in the senate would install a fine of $620 up from the current $310. However, a subcommittee may raise them even more to $1,000 for a first...
9:41 am on Thursday February 27, 2014

SC fined more than $100 million for not having child support computer system

South Carolina taxpayers have been fined more than $104 million for not having a statewide child support enforcement computer system that was required by federal law back in 1997. South Carolina is the only state that still doesn't have a working...
7:27 am on Saturday August 4, 2012

With fees and home seizure debate surrounds S.C. homeowner associations

Flickr user 666isMONEY ☮ ♥ & ☠ Homeowner fees can pile up, often opening the door to foreclosure proceedings. Sharing accounts of home seizure over relatively few dollars in late dues, the Charleston Regional Business Journal has a report that...
11:21 am on Friday August 3, 2012

With fees and home seizure debate surrounds S.C. homeowner associations

Flickr user 666isMONEY ☮ ♥ & ☠ Homeowner fees can pile up, often opening the door to foreclosure proceedings.Sharing accounts of home seizure over relatively few dollars in late dues, the Charleston Regional Business Journal has a report that...
7:42 am on Friday August 3, 2012

With fees and home seizure debate surrounds S.C. homeowner associations

Image by Flickr user 666isMONEY ☮ ♥ & ☠ Homeowner fees can pile up, often opening the door to foreclosure proceedings.Sharing accounts of home seizure over relatively few dollars in late dues, the Charleston Regional Business Journal has a...
9:39 am on Tuesday March 13, 2012

The argument on why it's time for S.C.'s Ken Ard to go (Update: McConnell to swear in)

Update March 13, 2012: Glenn McConnell, a Charleston senator representing the 41st District, will be sworn in today as South Carolina's new lieutenant governor. The Post & Courier has a write-up on what this means it terms of a balancing act...
9:08 am on Tuesday March 13, 2012

S.C.'s second in charge resigns; Charleston's McConnell rises to replace (update: sworn in)

Updates at the bottom: South Carolina's Lt. Gov. Ken Ard has officially resigned from his position as the Palmetto State's second in command as a result of charges over using campaign finances for personal expenditures. This has been an ongoing...
8:57 am on Friday March 9, 2012

S.C.'s second in charge Ken Ard resigns

South Carolina's Lt. Gov. Ken Ard has officially resigned from his position as the Palmetto State's second in command as a result of charges over using campaign finances for personal expenditures. This has been an ongoing story and black eye to...
11:24 am on Tuesday July 26, 2011

The argument on why it's time for S.C.'s Ken Ard to go

As calls for South Carolina's Lt. Gov. Ken Ard to resign grow, Statehouse Report Publisher Andy Brack has joined the chorus with a column titled, "Time for Ard to do honorable thing." In it, Brack details the myriad of woes that have befallen...
9:03 am on Sunday July 24, 2011

The argument on why it's time for S.C.'s Ken Ard to go

As calls for South Carolina's Lt. Gov. Ken Ard to resign grow, Statehouse Report Publisher Andy Brack has joined the chorus with a column titled, "Time for Ard to do honorable thing." In it Brack details the myriad of woes that have befallen Ard...

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