With more than $1.5 billion in unemployment insurance benefits provided to South Carolinians during the COVID-19 pandemic, the state Department of Employment and Workforce is beginning the Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation program.
Restaurant owners along the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk are wrestling with whether or not to hold the annual July 4th fireworks show in light of the COVID-19 pandemic – and they want the public’s feedback.
COVID-19 closures heavily impacted downtown Florence which consists of primarily small businesses. Development Manager, Hannah Davis, said the Florence Downtown Development Corporation is helping these businesses move forward.
outh Carolina has been provided with a limited supply of Remdesivir, the drug that recently received an emergency use authorization by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for treating patients with COVID-19.
Tidelands Health and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control’s Pee Dee Region Testing Coalition and are partnering to launch a COVID-19 community testing program in Horry, Georgetown and Williamsburg counties, staff announced Tuesday.
As hundreds of thousands of South Carolinians have filed for unemployment due to COVID-19, some are still waiting for the cash to come in. One man who has been waiting for two months, but says he hasn't seen a dime.
As the weather gets warmer and restrictions continue to ease amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, first responders across the Grand Strand saw call volumes increase this past weekend compared to previous weekends.
After a U.S. District Judge issued a temporary restraining order on Governor Cooper’s executive order Saturday, the North Carolina Sheriff’s Association (NCSA), along with local sheriff’s, are responding to the ruling.
Restaurant owners continue to say your safety is their top priority as they get ready for the chance to re-open in North Carolina. When that happens, there’s one restaurant that’s doing something many of us have never seen before to protect you.
SCDHEC has been telling South Carolinians to wear them since the CDC encouraged them in early April. Officials say they believe wearing a mask can help stop the spread and protect people in close surroundings.