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Agape Senior makes $300,000 gift to 3 SC schools

WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The health care group Agape Senior is making a $300,000 donation to three South Carolina colleges to foster continuing education and training for the state's workers.

Audit: Clemson public service execs not evaluated

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — The Legislative Audit Council says top officials of Clemson's Public Service Activities program have received raises in the past few years, even though most of them have not had formal job performance evaluations.

Judge Matthew Perry Remembered

Civil rights pioneer and long-time federal judge Matthew Perry Jr. is being remembered for transforming segregationist South Carolina with his relentless pursuit of justice and love of the law.

SCE&G expects new nuclear licenses in January

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. says it expects to have a federal license by January to operate two new nuclear reactors it wants to build in Fairfield County.

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