Tabitha Safdi

Lookaway Inn in North Augusta | ETV Shorts

By Tabitha Safdi

Lookaway InnLookaway Inn was built by James U. Jackson, the founder of North Augusta, for this brother Walter. The beautiful home is known as a landmark as it sits prominently on a hill overlooking the city.

Marlboro County History and Museum | ETV Shorts

By Tabitha Safdi

Marlboro HistoryThe County of Marlboro was established in 1785 and has a very rich agricultural history. The Marlboro County Museum is a 4-building complex featuring the Jennings-Brown House, Medical Museum, Female Academy and the Kinney House which displays many artifacts from within the county.

PBS Newshour and Fort Mill High School | ETV Shorts

By Tabitha Safdi

High SchoolFort Mill High School's television production class has something new to add to there resume. The students have been participating in a program called Student Reporting Labs where they get the opportunity to work on a national level and showcase their work through PBS Newshour.

Ridgeland Veterans Memorial Park | ETV Shorts

By Tabitha Safdi

memorialThe Town of Ridgeland has something big to unveil this Veterans Day! It's a new park dedicated to all service men and women from Jasper County. The ceremony will be held on November 11, 2011 and is open to the public.

Aiken Young Professionals | ETV Shorts

By Tabitha Safdi

ProfessionalsBooming with industry and small town charm, Aiken has become a hub for many young professionals. AYP is an organization that helps those young professionals to become leaders within the community.

Agriculture of Oconee County | ETV Shorts

By Tabitha Safdi

farmingOconee County has beautiful rolling hills and a rich history in agriculture. It is quickly becoming a destination for agri-tourism within the state. The Carolina Foothill Heritage Fair was created to spark interest in agriculture in younger generations. Video provided by GBA Productions.

SCETV's Role During the South Carolina Floods 2015

By Tabitha Safdi

SC FloodIn October of 2015 South Carolina experienced historic levels of rainfall leading to flooding around the state. This is a short video about SCETV's role during the South Carolina floods of 2015.

Santa Reveals a Secret to the Children of South Carolina

By Tabitha Safdi

SantaChristmas is around the corner and we, the good folks at Palmetto Scene, decided to interview the man in red himself. Santa Claus took a few minutes out of his busy holiday schedule to answer a few of our pressing questions. In the interest of the children of South Carolina we asked Santa, "How is your naughty and nice list shaping up this year?" Santa's surprising answer can be heard in the video. To find out Santa’s whereabouts on Christmas Eve, use the NORAD Santa Tracker .

Research Shows Diet Beverage Drinkers Tend to Eat Unhealthy Food

By Tabitha Safdi

SodaDo you prefer fries with your diet soda? If the answer is yes, you are not alone. And you may not be “saving” as many calories as you think, drinking those diet beverages. University of Illinois kinesiology and community health professor Ruopeng An found that diet beverage drinkers compensate by eating a greater percentage of unhealthy foods. The study examined the dietary habits of more than 22,000 adults and found that diet drink consumers compensate for the absence of calories by eating foods high in fats, cholesterol and calories. According to the press release, “An compiled a 661-item...

S.C. DSS and The Salvation Army Teamed Up To Give Temporary Housing to Flood Victims

By Tabitha Safdi

HouseThe S.C. Department of Social Services and The Salvation Army have teamed up to give flood victims a place to stay, after being made homeless by the flood. According to WIS , at one point, there were over 900 flood victims staying in shelters in S.C. The DSS moved a number of these victims into the Days Inn on Garners Ferry Road after the flood, so that they had a temporary place to stay. The flood victims were told that they could stay in the hotel for two weeks, but they were asked by the hotel to leave early and with an hour’s notice to gather their belongings and exit the hotel. The DSS...

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