Tabitha Safdi

What's The Scoop?

By Tabitha Safdi

The Scoop- Share your local story ideas

The SCoop is a place where you can share what questions you have about South Carolina’s places, food, history or people, and SCETV will turn them into stories. We invite you to submit your questions and vote for which ones you want SCETV to investigate.

Experts Say Nurse Practitioner Law to Benefit Underserved Communities

By Tabitha Safdi

Nurse practitioner Kelli Garber consults with a patient through telehealth at C.E. Murray High School in Williamsburg County.

A new law that went into effect July 1 drastically changed the way advanced practice nurses can provide care in South Carolina.

Senate Bill 345, which Gov. Henry McMaster signed into law earlier this year, eliminated the 45-mile limit for advanced practice nurses (APRNs) to provide care. Prior to the new law, APRNs had to be within a 45-mile radius of a supervising physician in order to practice.

Brown's BBQ

By Tabitha Safdi

Brown's BBQ

Brown's BBQ in Kingstree is an icon for Williamsburg County. They are famous for their vinegar based BBQ but Brown's extensive buffet has just about anything to please even the pickiest of eaters.

Colleton County Arts

By Tabitha Safdi

Colleton County Arts

Lowcountry art is just part of what makes Colleton County such a unique place to visit. The county is home to the South Carolina Artisan Center, and the Arts Council provides a myriad of opportunities for the community to explore the arts.

Our Town | Greenwood

By Tabitha Safdi

Greenwood South Carolina

“There’s Always Something Blooming” in the City of Greenwood. What makes Greenwood, South Carolina so unique? Check out Our Town! 

SCETV Goes Facebook LIVE for Ready to Vote Special

By Tabitha Safdi

Ready to Vote FB Live event

Join in the discussion and hear what students have to say following the gubernatorial debates this Monday and Tuesday in a special, digital-only, Facebook LIVE event. 

South Carolina ETVSC Public Radio and The Post and Courier's second round of gubernatorial debates will take place Monday, June 4 (Democratic) and Tuesday, June 5 (Republican) at the University of South Carolina.

Teacher Talks About Inspiring Books

By Tabitha Safdi

Lord of the Flies bookcover

In celebration of PBS's Great American Read, Nicholas Snyder, an English teacher at Cane Bay High School, talks about his favorite books to read and teach. 

With 100 titles, only one book can win. What will be America's favorite? Don't forget to catch PBS's Great American Read all summer long!

Anderson County Economic Development

By Tabitha Safdi

Anderson County

Once a booming textile county, Anderson is making new waves with current industries that are considering locating in the area. With a strong and committed workforce, Anderson has a quality of life that is unparalleled.

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