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Author: ABC Columbia Site Staff
An officer with the Orangeburg Department of Public Safety was relieved of his duties, following an accusation of excessive force this week. ABC Columbia’s Alex Tejada spoke with residents in Orangeburg on how they feel about law enforcement’s presence in the city.
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – Four jobless South Carolinians have sued Gov. Henry McMaster over his decision to exit the federal unemployment programs providing extra money to jobless residents earlier this summer. The residents said in lawsuit filed in state court Wednesday that they are still struggling to make ends meet and have been unable to find work despite extensive job…
In downtown Columbia, a high concentration of buildings in urban areas can make it warmer than surrounding areas, but there are times of the day it’s better to be outdoors than others. No matter where you are from, keeping yourself cool is important.
Local Living: St. Patrick’s Day festival returning to Five Points, celebrate National Chicken Wing Day and more!
Local Living: St. Patrick’s Day festival returning to Five Points, celebrate National Chicken Wind Day and more!
Consumer News: Disney bringing back indoor mask requirements, tax-free weekend coming up and more!
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Superintendent Spearman encourages others to wear their mask and for those eligible to get vaccinated
While new legislation in South Carolina prohibits schools in the state from mandating masks, Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman plans to wear one and encourages others to do the same. Spearman also encourages anyone eligible for the vaccine to roll up their sleeves and get the shot.