Harbin & Burnett will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2019, in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. This federal holiday was first observed by the Federal Government in 1986. It was first observed by SC state employees in 2001. King was a proponent… Read More
The Highway 183 bridge over the Saluda River will be closed on January 2, 2019 for repair work accodring to the DOT. The repairs should be completed by January 31. DOT estimates that approximately 11,000 vehicles will be impacted daily and the recommended… Read More
According to the National Fire Protection Association, Christmas tree fires caused an annual average of 6 civilian deaths, 16 civilian injuries, and $14.8 million in direct property damage. Although Christmas tree fires are not common, when they do occur,… Read More
North and South Carolina are set to receive the first wintry weather of the season this weekend. Forecasters are predicting possibly records snows in the mountains of NC, while the Upstate may receive significant icing. In the South, everyone jokes… Read More
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, now is a good time to review food safety tips in preparing your holiday turkey. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, "Food handling errors and inadequate cooking are the most common problems… Read More
South Carolina is experiencing heavy rains over the next few days. According to the National Weather Service, several cities, including Greenville and Charlotte, set a daily record for rainfall Monday. NWS
Driving is more hazardous on wet roads and… Read More
Halloween is a fun time for children. They get to dress up in costumes, ranging from princesses to pirates to ghosts to superheroes. And they get to go Trick or Treating, filling up bags with candy. But unfortuantely, Halloween is also a dangerous time… Read More
Millions of pounds of food have been recalled due to concerns of listeria and salmonella contamination. Most of the foods are ready-to-eat salads, meat and poultry items. The USDA has designated this a Class I recall.
Class I recalls: This is a health… Read More
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control will be offer free flu vaccines at three locations in South Carolina this Friday, October 26.
The flu shot clinics will be held in Greenville, Lexington and North Charleston on Friday,… Read More
North and South Carolina have suffered tremendous damage from hurricane Florence. Although only a Cat 1 when it made landfall, Florence brought torrential, record-setting rainfall that has flooded a good portion of both states. In times of crisis, people… Read More