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7:46 am on Friday January 24, 2014

Charleston Bridge Run security increased after Boston Marathon bombings

The bombings at last year's Boston Marathon are being learned from by the organizers of the Cooper River Bridge Run.
10:49 am on Wednesday June 5, 2013

Surfside Beach considers security cameras

The Town of Surfside Beach is planning to beef up their public safety efforts by installing security cameras at beach access points. And they're not the first town to consider cameras as an option. Georgetown and Myrtle Beach already use them, and...
1:50 am on Friday January 11, 2013

Local elementary schools gain a presence Beaufort County Sheriff's Office

Flickr user House of Sims (Updates at the bottom.) A plan could shift six Beaufort County Animal Shelter & Control officers to duties checking in on and supporting local elementary schools. I'll point you to The Island Packet's report. Udpate...
6:03 am on Thursday October 11, 2012

Think your email inbox is private? Not according to the SC Supreme Court

Flickr User: Julio Martinez Violation of one's privacy isn't really a tricky subject. If it is password-protected and you don't have permission to be viewing their computer/email/messages then that's morally wrong, but in South Carolina it seems...
2:54 am on Thursday April 26, 2012

S.C. Hospitality Association President commits suicide (Update: Duncan charged, relationship unclear)

Update April 26th, 2012: Rachel Duncan gave an exclusive interview with The State that goes into detail about why she did not come forward during the investigation. The State also reports that Sponseller had photos of Duncan on his computer that...
6:52 am on Tuesday April 17, 2012

Gov. Haley lands in hot water for not keeping up with security tab

State of South Carolina The State Law Enforcement Division is tasked with guarding Gov. Nikki Haley, and usually that protection is done on the state's dime — but not when Haley is campaigning or doing non-official business. And when the state...
4:18 am on Tuesday April 17, 2012

Gov. Haley lands in hot water for not keeping up with security tab

Image by State of South CarolinaThe State Law Enforcement Division is tasked with guarding Gov. Nikki Haley, and usually that protection is done on the state's dime — but not when Haley is campaigning or doing non-official business. And when the...
6:45 am on Monday March 26, 2012

Horry County Sheriff's Office to co-host shred event to protect against identity theft

Flickr user splorp Press Release The Horry County Sheriff’s Office, along with the AARP South Carolina and Shred Alert, is hosting a shred event on Thursday, April 26, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  The event is free and open to the public. To help...
8:03 am on Tuesday February 7, 2012

Privacy-enhanced body scanners have arrived at CHS International

The Charleston International Airport has joined more than 130 airports nationwide in using controversial full body-scanning technology. The machines - which screen passengers for metallic and nonmetallic threats, including explosives - will improve...
6:07 am on Saturday February 4, 2012

iCloud to local woman's rescue

We, here at TheDigitel, are tech lovers and some may call us Apple Fanboys so this story is right up our alley.  A local Horry County woman was recently the victim of a home break-in and was ready to give up on ever getting her items back, one of ...

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