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GOP debate in Greenville gets heated

GREENVILLE — What began as an homage to the late conservative icon Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia broke down into the biggest and most heated verbal brawl of the season as Donald Trump berated Jeb Bush and even struck out at other members of the Bush family during the last TV debate...

Sapakoff: God, torment and why Nick Pappas left the College of Charleston baseball team

PAWLEYS ISLAND — While the College of Charleston baseball team gets ready to open a season in pursuit of its third straight NCAA Tournament appearance next week, the slugger who dazzled major league scouts while leading the 2015 Cougars in hitting prepares for another morning 76 miles and a...

The spousal teams behind three area restaurants

Valentines come in every shade of pink and red, but the rules of love are rarely black-and-white. One important exception involves entrepreneurship: “There is no relationship problem that can’t be made worse by a business,” says Meg Cadoux Hirschberg, author of...



As solar power spreads, SCE&G’s best incentive for homeowners is already gone

The economics of solar power dramatically changed in South Carolina last year, and while awareness is still growing, the best incentive for South Carolina Electric & Gas customers who were quick to install solar is already gone.

Open minds on closing lanes

Downtown Charleston is uniquely walkable and bikeable. West Ashley features miles of high quality bike lanes and paths. But crossing between those two parts of town on foot or two wheels can be a truly harrowing experience.


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