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Thursday’s High School Results

2015 January 30 - 00:11

Girls Basketball

Obama proposes $74B to stamp out ‘mindless austerity’

2015 January 29 - 22:23

WASHINGTON — Declaring an end to “mindless austerity,” President Barack Obama called for a surge in government spending Thursday, and asked Congress to throw out the sweeping budget cuts both parties agreed to four years ago when

Knights of Columbus honors North Charleston public safety workers at banquet

2015 January 29 - 21:30

A North Charleston police officer who “took charge and showed great leadership” at a shooting scene in September was awarded Police Officer of the Year on Thursday night by the Knights of Columbus.

Towson edges College of Charleston, 74-70

2015 January 29 - 21:22

At least it wasn’t another two-point loss for the College of Charleston.

For top-ranked Gamecocks, season so far a perfect 20

2015 January 29 - 21:05

COLUMBIA — Forget a perfect 10 — the South Carolina women’s basketball team is a perfect 20.

Deaths Summary for Friday, January 30, 2015

2015 January 30 - 00:01

BREITENGROSS, Zachary James, 31, of Charleston died Wednesday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society.

Deaths and Funerals for Friday, January 30, 2015

2015 January 30 - 00:01

BARRET, Morriss III, Tennessee

Letters to the Editor for Friday, Jan. 30, 2015

2015 January 30 - 00:01

Who should pay more taxes? Should someone earning millions of dollars a year letting his stockbroker manage his portfolio pay more than a middle-class working family? Who do you think is paying more?

Stick with the Ravenel Bridge

2015 January 30 - 00:01

A plan to name the structure that spans the Cooper River between Charleston and Mount Pleasant the Sweetgrass Skyway, while well-meaning, should not advance in the Legislature.

S.C. should heed measles hazard

2015 January 30 - 00:01

So far, at least 95 people across eight states and Mexico have been infected with measles in an outbreak tied to Disneyland. Nearly a quarter of those patients have been hospitalized. All of the cases were preventable.

Don’t count on getting a fair deal from Cuba

2015 January 30 - 00:01

“ Oh, what a tangled web we weave

Team up to close the educational achievement gap

2015 January 30 - 00:01

Our tri-county region has been blessed with good news recently regarding the progress being made by our four school districts. Thanks to the hard work of teachers, principals, district staff, superintendents, school boards, parents and especially

Anti-vaccine parents endanger all kids

2015 January 30 - 00:01

The parents who are against vaccines for measles, mumps, rubella and other childhood diseases have proved a point — and it’s a scary one. They are no longer just putting their own kids at risk. By taking their unvaccinated children to the

McDonald’s new CEO faces onslaught of competition

2015 January 29 - 18:50

NEW YORK — McDonald’s new boss must feel like a freshly crowned king under siege.

Goose Creek Rural Fire Chief dead at 59

2015 January 29 - 18:11

Michael Raymond Haines, chief of the Goose Creek Rural Fire Department, died Thursday at age 59, according to an obituary.

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