John Cornely had just settled into his hotel room Thursday night in Durham, N.C., when the name of Gwinnett Braves manager Brian Snitker showed up on his cell phone.
Alluette Jones-Smalls, one of Charleston’s leading African-American chefs, doesn’t remember anyone in the community ever talking about Nat Fuller. Julia-Ellen Craft Davis, who serves on the boards of the Avery Institute of Afro-American History and Culture and the Preservation Society...
Down here in the Lowcountry, there are three levels of appreciation: the polite-thing-to-say “thanks” that comes after just about everything; the sincere “thank you so much,” often followed by a hug; and then the paramount “God bless you.” So how much do we...
The competition to land a manufacturer identified by lawmakers as Volvo dialed up considerably Thursday as a key South Carolina senator said he was asked to set aside up to $125 million to help close the deal and Georgia officials filed for a permit to lure a company believed to be the Swedish...
Speed is often the winning edge in football. And in the big business that is big-time college sports, schools increasingly seek not just faster players but more rapid transportation for coaches on the high-flying recruiting trail.
Recipe of the Week: Roasted Grapes and Cheese Plate
Recipe of the Week: Poached Egg and Grits
Attorney Malik Shabazz Speaks in North Charleston
Walter Scott Demonstrators Block Roads in North Charleston
Dashcam: Slager tases man in back
Passenger with Walter Scott
Slager's mother talks about her family and Walter Scott's family
Walter Scott: Dash camera video