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Current and former South Carolinians can find out if they have any extra money lying around by visiting the State Treasurer’s Office online. In order to find out if they have any missing money, residents can search for themselves, their family and their friends on Treasurer.sc.gov for free.

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Many Fourth of July events were cancelled this year in an attempt to follow social distancing protocols in South Carolina. However, Midlands residents can still celebrate the holiday at the following events:

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Temperatures are known to be "famously hot" during the summer in the Midlands, but that doesn't keep residents from exploring outside - especially when swimming is an option and social distancing is still an important factor. Whether hiking, fishing, floating, or boating is your preferred ac…

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Governor Henry McMaster issued an executive order Friday morning, allowing bowling alleys to reopen and lifting the capacity restrictions of shoppers allowed in retail stores. In the same order, he also announced the extension of South Carolina's state of emergency.

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Governor Henry McMaster held a press conference Wednesday, announcing the latest COVID-19 update for South Carolina. The press conference began with State Epidemiologist Dr. Linda Bell expressing her concern regarding the large amounts of COVID-19 cases within the state over the past couple weeks.

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Residents of South Carolina have the opportunity to vote today (Tuesday, June 9) in the statewide primary. Polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. A photo ID, or voter registration card if you have no ID, is required.

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South Carolinians will have the chance to vote Tuesday in the primary election. Some have already mailed their votes through an absentee ballot, which all voters had the option to do this year due to COVID-19 adjustments. According to officials, social distancing and safety precautions will …

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Krispy Kreme is offering something sweet to high school and college seniors who are unable to celebrate a 'normal' graduation. A new 2020 Graduation Dozen will be given to grads for free Tuesday, May 19.

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Representatives from the SC Department of Motor Vehicles announced that offices will return to operating five days a week, beginning Wednesday, at all locations across the state but two (Allendale and McCormick).

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One more step toward normalcy begins Monday, as thousands of restaurants across South Carolina reopen for dine-in services. Although there are still restrictions in place to maintain safety for both customers and employees, Governor McMaster has allowed for patrons to occupy up to 50% capacity.

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Governor Henry McMaster announced last week that restaurants are allowed to resume outdoor seating, which began Monday. The timing was just right for residents hoping to eat somewhere other than home while celebrating Cinco de Mayo. Those looking for a place to grab a taco and margarita in t…

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The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will expand operations by reopening all 66 branch offices throughout the state, beginning May 4, to increase convenience for customers amid COVID-19.

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McDonald's locations across the nation began a new initiative Wednesday as a way to say "thank you" to all first responders and healthcare workers who are on the front lines working throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The meals will be offered during breakfast, lunch and dinner, every day, thr…

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Nearly all South Carolinians are spending most of their time at home these days, and that includes musicians. However, a group of singer-songwriters from across the state have decided that being at home won't stop them from performing for those who enjoy their music.