The Powerball lottery’s jackpot has jumped up to $575 million after no one was declared a winner in Monday night’s drawing, meaning someone still has the chance to become the first Powerball jackpot winner in 2022. The number currently sits at the 9th-largest jackpot in Powerball history. The lucky winner will be able to choose between a lump-sum cash-out of $408.3 million or get the full payout in 30 installments over 29 years. More: WCSC TV, The Post and Courier
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Mace introduces legislation to combat veteran homelessness using tiny homes. Representatives Nancy Mace, R-S.C., and Derek Kilmer, D-Wash., on Wednesday announced bipartisan legislation to combat veteran homelessness through the construction of tiny homes. More: WCBD TV
Maryland-based firm doubles money with Summerville apartment complex sale. A Maryland-based real estate investment firm more than doubled its money in four years when it sold an apartment complex in Summerville. More: The Post and Courier
Foundation behind Charleston County schools proposal also funding hundreds of charities. As the school board gets ready to make a final decision on the Reimagine Schools plan on Jan. 10, some are still looking for more details on who is behind the proposal. More: WCSC TV
Charleston chefs predict dining trends, suggest industry changes for the year. Charleston chefs and restaurateurs faced a different set of challenges in 2021 following a year that devastated the food and beverage industry in the process. More: The Post and Courier
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