TODAY'S HEADLINES / JUNE 9, 2011
The University of South Carolina administration will propose a 3.9% increase in tuition for S.C. residents to the university’s board today, boosting their cost by $191 per semester, to $5,084 from $4,893.
Among other parts of the legislation, all utility owner-operators will have to be members of the state’s “Call Before You Dig” service, and utilities must communicate with excavators about digging plans.
The insurance firm’s corporate office is now located at Capitol Station in Columbia. Colliers International agents...