There is not a lot that Goose Creek running back Ty'rik Johnson failed to accomplish during his time as a member of the Lowcountry's top high school football program. The one and only disappointment in his brilliant career is that he did not win a state championship ring with his teammates.
Charleston's tony society was in sorry shape as the Civil War edged to a close. Two months after Confederate troops fled the city, once-fancy homes were in disarray and food was so scarce that planters accustomed to presiding over sumptuous banquets stood in line for rice rations.
NEW YORK - Sony Pictures Entertainment announced Tuesday a limited theatrical release of "The Interview" beginning Thursday, putting back into the theaters the comedy that prompted an international incident with North Korea and outrage over its canceled release.
MeadWestvaco Corp. is asking regulators for permission to fill about 19 acres of wetlands at its Camp Hall Commerce Park in Ridgeville, a move that is drawing opposition from environmentalists.
No matter how bright the lights, how moving the sacred music and how joyful the act of giving to others, some see Christmas in America as something to lament. It's not as happy as it used to be. It's not as meaningful. It is, indeed, under siege.
Russell Athletic Bowl practice report - Dec. 24
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Mayor Riley: Bring back Dr. McGinley
Local app catches attention of Jacksonville Jaguars
Newest U.S. Citizens Take Oath in Naturalization Ceremony
Construction crews unearth Civil War artillery shell at College of Charleston site