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Charleston County School District Chairwoman Coats responds to accusations of “disrespect”

2015 July 01 - 11:39

Charleston County School District Chairwoman Cindy Bohn Coats responded to accusations Wednesday that the district disrespected the city’s African-American community by neglecting to postpone superintendent candidate interviews in the wake of the

Basico aims to raise $20K for A Community United

2015 July 01 - 11:25

The restaurant community is continuing to coalesce around the fund created by Charleston Place’s Mickey Bakst, as evidenced by this weekend’s donation effort at Basico.

Steven Satterfield cooking at Saint Alban this Sunday

2015 July 01 - 11:25

Vegetable maestro Steven Satterfield of Atlanta’s Miller Union and rose expert Harry Root of Charleston’s Grassroots Wines are joining forces to produce a three-course dinner at Saint Alban this Sunday.

Activists call for peaceful Confederate flag-related demonstrations

2015 July 01 - 11:01

COLUMBIA — State activists are calling for peace in the coming weeks, while lawmakers work on tackling the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the Statehouse grounds.

Berkeley County announces child-support amnesty program

2015 July 01 - 10:37

Berkeley County parents with arrest warrants for falling behind on child-support payments will get a chance to get back on track without getting arrested.

James Patterson announces first round of grants to schools

2015 July 01 - 10:29

NEW YORK — James Patterson is announcing the first round of school libraries to receive grants from an initiative he and Scholastic Reading Club launched in March, and he continues to raise the amount of money he will donate.

Missing West Ashley man located

2015 July 01 - 10:09

A 24-year-old West Ashley man who had been missing since Sunday night has been located, according to Charleston police.

Bush likely earned less, paid higher tax rate than Clintons

2015 July 01 - 09:55

WASHINGTON — In the first presidential race since Democrats cast the GOP nominee as an out-of-touch millionaire, Republican Jeb Bush is aggressively trying to flip the script.

A closer look at Jeb Bush’s tax returns, personal finances

2015 July 01 - 09:54

WASHINGTON — Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has posted more than three decades of tax returns online, revealing he has earned nearly $28 million since leaving the Florida governor’s mansion in 2007 and paid an effective federal

President of Presbyterian College announces resignation

2015 July 01 - 09:43

CLINTON, S.C. — The president of Presbyterian College, Claude Lilly, has announced his resignation.

Charleston’s Khris Middleton set to get an NBA raise from $915,000 to $14 million per year

2015 July 01 - 09:35

Charleston’s Khris Middleton is about to become one of the NBA’s richest young players – to the tune of $14 million per year. ESPN.com reports the Porter-Gaud graduate and restricted free agent is close to signing a five-year, $70

Logging accident claims life of Timmonsville man

2015 July 01 - 09:35

BISHOPVILLE, S.C. — A Timmonsville man has died in a logging accident in Lee County.

Greeleyville pastor vows to rebuild after fire destroys church (has video)

2015 July 01 - 08:51

Federal authorities said this morning they plan to “bring all resources to bear” to find the cause of a fire that destroyed a historically black S.C. church in rural Greeleyville Tuesday night,

Palmetto Sunrise: Lee Bright’s Confederate flag support

2015 July 01 - 07:41

COLUMBIA — Upstate Sen. Lee Bright has launched a campaign to keep the Confederate battle flag flying on the Statehouse grounds.

Water in downtown Charleston safe to drink again

2015 July 01 - 07:36

It’s safe again to drink the tap water on the Charleston peninsula.


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