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Local hotel developer to lease, develop 50 acres of land at Patriots Point
South Carolina
One of Charleston's most prominent hospitality firms has been selected to develop a major chunk of Patriots Point's property in Mount Pleasant. Patriots Point Development Authority voted Friday to lease about 50 acres, its last plot available for development, to Bennett Hospitality.
August 28 2014
S.C. congressmen concerned about painkiller prescriptions at VA hospitals
Duncan, south carolina
Some of South Carolina's conservative congressional leaders are worried that VA hospitals in Charleston, Columbia and Augusta have become some of the largest "pill mills" in the country.
August 23 2014
Civil suit filed against Charleston area group home in 22-year-old autistic man's death
Buffalo, south carolina
The father of a 22-year-old autistic man struck and killed by a vehicle last year after wandering from a group home has filed a wrongful death suit.
August 22 2014
NCFD: 1 hospitalized in North Charleston mobile home fire
South Carolina
North Charleston firefighters are on the scene of an early morning mobile home fire that sent one person to the hospital.
August 17 2014
Charleston plays a part in squeezing every dollar possible out of a prized South Carolina heirloom
Georgia
For 170 years, the care and cultivation of Bradford watermelons was mostly a matter of protecting patches from marauding fruit thieves; carefully monitoring melons for ripeness and saving seeds from the exemplars to plant in future years.
August 17 2014
AnMed Health becomes first branch campus of MUSC
South Carolina
AnMed Health finalized an agreement with the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston last Friday to become its first branch campus. Through the partnership, selected third- and fourth-year MUSC students will complete their final two years of education at AnMed Health. Six third-year students will arrive on campus next fall. By 2017, a total of 24 medical students will train in ...
August 15 2014
MUSC partnering with AnMed to train medical students
South Carolina
MUSC medical school students will have the option of completing their first two years of training in Charleston and their final two years at AnMed Health in Anderson.
August 15 2014
SC BlueCross, Nason Medical reach coverage agreement
Charleston, South Carolina
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina and Nason Medical Center have come to terms that will keep the urgent care facility within the insurance company's primary care network, giving customers another option for in-network emergency providers.
August 09 2014
Hires and promotions
Mount Pleasant, south carolina
Judy Stephens has joined McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture's Charleston office as a project architect and project manager in the firm's health care studio. She has more than 20 years of design and project management experience.
August 06 2014
US Marshals capture Ravenel murder suspect in Georgia
South Carolina
Charleston County Sheriff"s Office officials say a Ravenel murder suspect was captured by US Marshals in Georgia. The US Marshals Fugitive Task Force located James Forrez Wright in Savannah on Monday and arrested him for the July 13 murder of Latorria Heyward.
August 05 2014
Man charged in Charleston murder captured in Savannah
South Carolina
A Savannah man wanted for seven violent felonies including murder by the Charleston County Sheriff's Office in Charleston, South Carolina was arrested in Savannah, by the Savannah Office of the U.S.
August 04 2014
Senior care focus in Lt. Gov. race
South Carolina
Democratic Lt. Gov. hopeful Bakari Sellers dropped by North Charleston Thursday to outline his vision for the state's senior citizens - a rapidly growing part of the state's population.
July 29 2014
Coroner: Conn. murder suspect fatally shot intentionally engaged officers
South Carolina
Charleston County Sheriff's officials say a man wanted for murder died at the hospital after SLED agents shot him when he showed a weapon during a foot chase outside a St. George motel on Tuesday.
July 23 2014
US Marshals: Fugitive fatally wounded in St. George was Conn. murder suspect
South Carolina
Charleston County Sheriff's officials say a man wanted for murder died at the hospital after SLED agents shot him when he showed a weapon during a foot chase outside a St. George motel on Tuesday.
July 23 2014
4th suspect arrested in 2010 McClellanville murder
South Carolina
Charleston County deputies say a fourth suspect has been arrested in connection with a 2010 home invasion that left two people dead.
July 19 2014
17 year old murder suspect faces judge, victim's mom wants answers
South Carolina
An 18 year old who was stabbed to death in his Charleston home last month was attacked with a kitchen knife while he was sleeping. That's according to court papers released Thursday afternoon.
July 19 2014
Jonathan Pinson's corruption trial ending
Charleston, South Carolina
The public corruption case of a former South Carolina State University trustee is about to go to a federal jury.
July 18 2014
Report: Charleston Co. detective fired after sleeping with murder suspect's mother
Charleston, South Carolina
The Charleston County Sheriff's Office says a detective was fired after an internal investigation discovered that the officer had a sexual relationship with a murder suspect's mother and lied about it.
July 18 2014
Two Charleston facilities place high in 'Best Hospitals' rankings
Charleston, south carolina
With 88 hospitals around the state, some question where the best ones are located. According to the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings, some of the best in South Carolina are right here in Charleston.
July 17 2014
Letters to the Editor for Wednesday, July 16
Charleston, south carolina
The recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court allows corporations such as Hobby Lobby to wash their hands of the prevention of the implantation of the unwanted embryo. The health insurance plans provided for employees can deny coverage of the "morning-after-pill."
July 17 2014
VA review finds 'chronic' failures; Sen. Tim Scott calls for S.C. specifics
Charleston, south carolina
As lawmakers continue the call for answers into the troubled Veterans Affairs health care system, including South Carolina's Sen. Tim Scott, the White House released findings Friday describing "significant and chronic system failures," substantially verifying problems raised by whistleblowers and internal and congressional investigators.
July 17 2014
DHEC confirms South Carolina's first case of chikungunya virus
Charleston, south carolina
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) has confirmed its first case of chikungunya virus this year in a South Carolina resident.
July 17 2014
Fetter Health Care Network opens new medical clinic on Johns Island
Charleston, south carolina
Five years after it closed a primary care clinic on Johns Island because of declining demand, the Fetter Health Care Network is marking its return. A new center on Maybank Highway starts accepting patients today.
July 17 2014
South Carolina hospitals made $1.1 billion profit in 2013
Charleston, south carolina
South Carolina hospitals made a combined $1.1 billion profit last year - a 70 percent jump since 2011, according to data that the state's Department of Health and Human Services will publish online Wednesday.
July 17 2014
Sea turtle saved from blindness being released at IOP
Charleston, south carolina
A nearly 200-pound loggerhead sea turtle is to be released into the Atlantic Ocean after being saved from blindness at the Sea Turtle Hospital at the South Carolina Aquarium.
July 17 2014
Blind Loggerhead Sea Turtle found in Myrtle Beach, released back into Atlantic
Charleston, south carolina
A loggerhead sea turtle weighing in at nearly 200 pounds was released into the Atlantic Ocean Tuesday. The blinded turtle was rehabilitated by the Sea Turtle Hospital at the South Carolina Aquarium.Hundreds of well wishers lined the shore at the Isle of Palms County Park Tuesday to give a send off to the adult female turtle who's now named Briar.She was found stranded in Myrtle Beach last year ...
July 17 2014
Rare albino alligator gets clean bill of health at SC Aquarium
Charleston, south carolina
Alabaster, a rare albino alligator at the South Carolina Aquarium, received a clean bill of health from the staff veterinarian Wednesday.
July 17 2014
Ankle bracelets back in style as Charleston County resumes electronic monitoring
Folly Beach, South Carolina
A string of shocking failures to supervise people wearing electronic monitors has limited their use in Charleston County since late 2012, but now the courts and law enforcement are ready to give it another try.
July 04 2014
Charleston VA patients speaking out about care as Congress passes new legislation
Jamestown, south carolina
Congress easily passed a bill Tuesday bringing faster care to veterans following a scandal in the VA medical system.The legislation allows the VA hospital to pay for patients to see local doctors if they are facing long wait times.Army veteran Roby Adams, "It seems like they don't care. When it comes to being Vietnam veterans, I think they just want you to die."Adams served 21 years and says he ...
June 30 2014
Charleston Veterans Hospital: Nurses moved following whistleblower report
Jamestown, south carolina
The Charleston Veteran’s Hospital is addressing questions about a whistleblower’s complaint that two nurses in mental health were treating patients but were not certified.
June 30 2014
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