South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott and Minnesota Democratic Sen. and former presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar may not be seen as allies on many issues, but they are putting emphasis on the major problems being faced by small businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
We’ve heard you. We’ve been reading and listening. And we are willing to give it a go.
A thumbs up — maybe even a trigger finger up — to Greenwood’s police chief, T.J. Chaudoin, for his stance on proposed legislation that would permit people with concealed weapons permits to openly carry their weapons.
A growing body of evidence suggests that America’s opioid addicts are being victimized twice — first by the industry that helped get them hooked and then by the industry that purports to rehabilitate them. Across the country, business has exploded at addiction-treatment centers that gladly t…
Most S.C. legislators know the claims that having more armed citizens makes us all safer are at best wishful thinking, at worst dangerously wrong — as demonstrated yet again Feb. 11 when yet another report came out indicating just the opposite, with the highest per-capita gun deaths in state…
Is there even a truly decent one in the bunch or are they driven by a sense of self-importance and self-preservation at any cost?
It seems that at some point, quite possibly, there will be a dollar store about every 500 yards or so in Greenwood County. Who says the economy is in trouble?
While we do not always align with Gov. Henry McMaster on some state matters, we have known him to be an ardent supporter of government transparency, not only as governor, but also when he served as the state’s attorney general.
As the Post and Courier’s own editorial stated with the release of its comprehensive package of stories under the heading “Uncovered,” there was and remains a lot to unpack.
Editor’s note — While this editorial centers on a tragic event that took place in Orangeburg, it has statewide implications. For that reason, as we share this editorial we also share a belief that the call for a day of memoriam include the entire state.
Today is the eve of a special day on each year’s calendar. Yes, Sunday will be Valentine’s Day. If you haven’t already done so, you have some time to slip out of the house today and buy that special someone a little something to show the love.
Of course your point of view is the correct one, right? At least, that is, we all tend to believe that. At least initially. Plenty of times that proves to be the case, but sometimes new information comes along, either through reading or civil discourse, and we can and do change our views.
Executive orders seem to be a popular topic for discussion.
Public transportation — specifically, the lack of it — has long been a topic of back-and-forth discussion in Greenwood County.
About 50 national personalities signed on to a recent ad campaign urging President Joe Biden to reconsider the design of his $1.9 trillion pandemic rescue package. They justifiably want him and Congress to take into account the fact that 2 million mothers have been removed from the workforce…
In Pennsylvania, legislators are preparing to have a constitutional referendum in May to strip away many of their governor’s emergency powers, and make it easier for lawmakers to overturn emergency orders.
His name might be tougher to pronounce than his predecessor’s, a man he worked for while on the force, but after some exploration of potential candidates and plenty of assessment time, T.J. Chaudoin is now, officially, chief of police for the City of Greenwood.