COVID-19

When Supporting an Older Loved One, Dressing is Often Overlooked; 7 Tips from a South Carolina Company That Can Help Family and Caregivers   Roughly 30 million people throughout the United States have trouble dressing themselves     GREENVILLE — The COVID-19 pandemic has created a challenging set...
76 COVID Fatalities in Laurens County, the latest: Dec 15, Elderly, 3 MORE TODAY; Laurens County infections are nearing 3,200 - SC: 24 deaths away from 5,000 just before Christmas - state senate will go back to session.       41 new cases, Laurens County (more than 3,100 total, 73 fatalities now);...
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster
Breaking News --- THE GOVERNOR IS INFECTED.   Governor Henry McMaster Tests Positive for COVID-19 Gov. McMaster is experiencing mild symptoms, isolating with the First Lady at home     COLUMBIA – After undergoing routine testing due to coming into close contact with the COVID-19 virus, Governor...
No Holiday for the Workers - Emma Jetty humbled by job on COVID-19 frontline of care.   GREENWOOD __  Just one week before Christmas Eve, Emma Kay Jetty left her job around 7 a.m. after working all night.  She had no visions of sugarplums dancing in her head. The ICU nurse was thinking about the...
HOLIDAY: Local Blood Center Kicks Off Holiday Blood Drive.     ‘Tis the season of giving blood and saving lives     GREENVILLE – Amidst the holiday season, and the COVID-19 pandemic, The Blood Connection (TBC), the local, non-profit, community blood center, has a special request for a different...
First Lady Peggy McMaster Tests Positive for COVID-19.   COLUMBIA – After taking a precautionary, routine test on Thursday afternoon, First Lady Peggy McMaster was notified that she has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.  Governor Henry McMaster was also tested and the results were negative....
Harvey S. Peeler, President of the South Carolina Senate, has issued the following memo to members: “The Senate cares about its members, employees, and the citizens of South Carolina who require that the General Assembly do the work of the 2021 legislative session safely and responsibly. To ensure...
5 Ways Small Businesses Can Grow After Emerging From Disruption   The pandemic made 2020 a difficult year for many small businesses, as many closed permanently. But other small companies had success despite the surge in outbreaks and are hoping to build on those achievements in 2021. How can they...
SC Teacher Supply and Demand: Fewer Departures Overall, but More Early-Career Leavers; 700 Positions Still Vacant at the Beginning of 2020-21   Rock Hill – The Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement (CERRA) has released its 2020-21 South Carolina (SC) Annual Educator Supply and...
Duke Energy Gifts $100,000 to CommunityWorks in Ongoing Support of Small Business Coaching and Lending in the Wake of COVID-19.     Greenville – In a year where countless small businesses have shuttered due to the massive devastation of COVID-19, small businesses are in need of financial and...

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