Today, Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement announcing this year’s Annual Bus Tour of South Carolina’s Second District:    “I always look forward to the Annual Bus Tour of South Carolina’s Second District. This year we have faced unprecedented times so, I will be visiting businesses and organizations inContinue Reading

State agriculture officials are warning South Carolinians to be wary of unsolicited packages of seeds mailed to them. The South Carolina Department of Agriculture and Clemson University’s Regulatory Services division are working together to investigate after residents reported receiving packages they did not order. Similar reports, many involving addresses fromContinue Reading

South Carolinians can now file complaints about vehicle dealers faster with the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV). Customers now have the option to visit SCDMVOnline.com (File a Dealer Complaint) to submit a complaint about licensed dealers in South Carolina. “Customers take a lot of time to research vehicles,Continue Reading

Projects and activities aimed at addressing the needs of low-to-moderate-income people and communities in Richland County will be the focus of an upcoming virtual meeting. The County’s Community Development Department will discuss its Annual Action Plan for the 2020-2021 fiscal year at 5 pm August 13. The virtual hearing willContinue Reading

Congressman Joe Wilson Op-Ed At the start of this pandemic, personal protection equipment (PPE) was in short supply, partially because the Chinese Communist Party hoarded important medical supplies. In South Carolina and across the country, communities have come together to speed up the production of PPE. Through increased production andContinue Reading

More South Carolina taxpayers filed their Individual Income Tax returns on time this year, with more taxpayers choosing electronic filing options. According to preliminary figures by the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR), 2.37 million Individual Income Tax returns were filed by mid-July, compared to 2.24 million in 2019. This year’sContinue Reading

Richland County’s Stormwater Management Division is launching virtual focus groups to gather public input as the division develops outreach programs to address surface water quality in local streams and creeks. Richland County residents can sign up for the focus groups on the division’s website, accessible by visiting richlandcountysc.gov and navigatingContinue Reading