COVID-19

    IUPUI, Grand Park release results of study on  youth sports amid  COVID-19 pandemic     INDIANAPOLIS -- The results of a new scientific survey of more than 10,000 people across 45 states provides insight into Americans' perceptions and expectations around a return to youth sports...
  The COVID-19 pandemic is ravaging the nation and taking a disproportionate toll on African American and Hispanic communities. Yet the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services just moved ahead with a rule that will make it more difficult for vulnerable Americans to access the medicines they need...
  COLUMBIA – Some consumers may still be looking for their economic impact payments (EIP) in the mail. The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) wants consumers to be aware of two situations that may affect how, or even if, they receive the money. Some consumers may receive their...
Re-Opening Presbyterian College.       Presbyterian College to begin fall classes early, makes other changes to calendar     Classes for undergraduate students at Presbyterian College will begin a week earlier than planned this fall. PC’s fall semester will begin on Monday, Aug. 17 instead of...
  Re-opening Piedmont Technical College.     Piedmont Tech Plans Phased Return to Campus    Piedmont Technical College (PTC) implemented a phased return-to-campus plan for employees, students and visitors beginning June 1.  All PTC summer lecture courses are being conducted online. Courses with a...
  Re-opening Newberry College.     Newberry College Announces Fall Plans   Classes to reconvene on modified campus Aug. 17, commencement set for Sept. 19   NEWBERRY — Newberry College has laid out more detailed blueprints for a return to campus this fall, including a postponed commencement for...
  Workforce Development Project Aims to Close the Skills Gap for South Carolina     The Associated Industries of South Carolina Foundation (AISCF) consists of five-member organizations that are launching the Be Pro Be Proud SC mobile workshop this Fall to achieve their common goal: attracting more...
  New Toll-Free Number Provides Hope for South Carolinians -- Mental Health, Alcohol & Drug Agencies Launch Statewide Support Line     Columbia — The South Carolina Department of Mental Health (SCDMH), in partnership with the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (...
  OPINION  Jobless: Virus pandemic wins converts to Obamacare   By Frank Knapp Jr., Special to The Island Packet and The Beaufort Gazette   The coronavirus pandemic has had a silver lining.    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is winning over old enemies, detractors and the indifferent.   Not one...
  New Charitable Effort Will Feed South Carolinians, Help SC Farmers.   COLUMBIA – The nonprofit South Carolina Advocates for Agriculture will buy food from South Carolina farmers and distribute it to local food banks as part of a new charitable effort to ease COVID-19 strains on the food system....

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