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5:29 am on Monday March 18, 2013

A look at how much City of Charleston employees earn

State law requires that public groups disclose the names of those that make more than $50,000 per year, and The Post and Courier has updated it's online database of names, listing the $162,816 that Mayor Joe Riley makes all the way down to the just...
9:58 am on Friday August 26, 2011

Democratic Party Chairman blasts Haley's staff picks (update: GOP counters)

Flickr user jetheriot Update August 26: Not content to take an idle bruising, S.C. Republicans have fired back. Namely, S.C. Republican chairman Chad Connelly, who is saying, in effect, that state Democrats won't fight for local jobs as they aren'...
5:57 am on Friday August 26, 2011

Democratic Party Chairman blasts Haley's staff picks (update: GOP counters)

Image by Flickr user jetheriotUpdate August 26: Not content to take an idle bruising, S.C. Republicans have fired back. Namely, S.C. Republican chairman Chad Connelly, who is saying, in effect, that state Democrats won't fight for local jobs as...
7:09 am on Tuesday June 14, 2011

Horry County Schools looking good on budget (update: budget passed, taxes cut)

Photo by Helen Rickard Update 6/14: The budget was unanimously passed and will result in property tax decrease and salary raises for school teachers. The millage cut was almost twice as much as we expected. See The Sun News for the details. Update 6...
6:15 am on Friday May 6, 2011

Budget cuts, layoffs but Haley, Loftis increase staff & pay

Flickr user: adamthelibrarian We have talked about it many times here on TheDigitel, budgets getting cut, belts tightening, jobs being lost but, it turns out not all practising what they are preaching. In the past months we've seen South Carolina...
8:00 am on Wednesday March 16, 2011

Board of Education meets tuesday, rejects "step" salary proposal

Flickr user Tim Green aka atoach The Beaufort County Board of Education voted down a proposal during its meeting March 15 that would have seen the implementation of a "step" salary schedule for non-teaching school employees. The board reportedly...
10:10 am on Wednesday October 27, 2010

In hopes of staying alive, Patriots point looks for a pricier leader (update: leader found, at original price)

Image by Flickr user Hyperion327 Sometimes, it's about who's driving the boat. Update October 27: Despite efforts to push the salary higher, a new leader has been found, and in a familiar place: retiring Mount Pleasant Town Administrator Mac...
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