To the Editor:
To The Editor:
Last year in South Carolina, there were 18,848 known cases of child abuse and neglect. This is only the number of confirmed cases; the true number is much higher. What does abuse and neglect look like? Here are just a few examples.
On Feb. 20, the NAN Berkeley County Chapter was to have its first Gun Buyback Day.
Back in the late 1990s, my company developed the first Internet strategy for the Ministry of Health in Australia. In all honesty, we really didn’t know much about what we were doing, but I learned one thing: with technology, the right incentives and political leadership, big changes are possible very quickly.
To the Editor:
This week the leadership of the S.C. Legislature basically told the S.C. Supreme Court to go to Hell.
What qualifies a pope to be considered great?
There’s a story that you may have heard about a young preacher at a small rural church.
It was announced this week that Jimmy Carter has cancer. I don’t know what will happen or if it will cut short his life – though I’m not sure “cut short” applies to a man that is 90 years old.
Our world has been transformed by two phenomena since my first child headed off to college 26 years ago.
The world’s spotlight has been on Charleston for the past few weeks in the wake of the massacre at the Emanuel AME Church. The aftermath of that horrific event has included the encouraging sight of a community, state and nation coming together to pray and offer support — both emotional and financial — for the nine families …
South Carolina has a great amount of diversity in topography, climate, and outdoor opportunities. We are truly blessed to live here.