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Fast start lifts Wright State past Buccaneers, 86-79

2014 November 22 - 23:38

Wright State connected on its first six field goal attempts to build an early lead, and fought off a number of Charleston Southern runs to beat the Buccaneers, 86-79, Saturday night at the Buc Dome.

South Carolina Stingrays lose, 6-5, in shootout to Orlando Solar Bears

2014 November 22 - 22:52

There were plenty of things that South Carolina Stingrays coach Spencer Carbery liked about his team's effort Saturday night against the Orlando Solar Bears.

North Charleston shooting leaves man wounded, authorities say

2014 November 22 - 21:39

A man was hospitalized Saturday night after being shot in North Charleston, police said.

Shift badly needed bike lanes into high gear

2014 November 23 - 00:01

Last February, Charleston City Council approved a bold plan to make one lane of the Legare Bridge bike and pedestrian-only. And finally there is a light at the end of the tunnel - or rather at the end of that Ashley River bridge.

More evidence on need for ethics reform

2014 November 23 - 00:01

Former state senator Robert Ford's recent indictment on charges of misspending campaign funds might encourage the idea that the current system, giving legislative committees authority over ethics complaints, is working. After all, the Senate Ethics

Letters to the Editor for Sunday, Nov. 23

2014 November 23 - 00:01

I have been keeping up with the resignation of Nancy McGinley. Not only has Nancy been a voice for children without one, for literacy and education, she's valued wellness and has a cast of dozens to point to, Louie's Kids, the Lean Team, Chucktown Squash,

Shift to a winning strategy against ISIS

2014 November 23 - 00:01

President Obama's strategy in Syria and Iraq is not working. The president is hoping that limited airstrikes, combined with U.S. support for local proxies, will "degrade and ultimately destroy" the Islamic State. But while U.S. actions may have blunted

China swindles U.S. on climate deal

2014 November 23 - 00:01

WASHINGTON - Historic. Such is the ubiquitous description of the climate agreement recently announced in Beijing between Barack Obama and Xi Jinping in which China promised for the first time to cap carbon emissions.

Don't blame the NIMBYs - they're saving communities

2014 November 23 - 00:01

The term NIMBY - "not in my back yard" - has long been used to criticize people who oppose commercial or industrial development in their communities. Invariably pejorative, it casts citizens as selfish individualists who care only for themselves,

What GOP should do about immigration now

2014 November 23 - 00:01

WASHINGTON - I'm not a huge fan of Barack Obama's decision to go the executive, rather than legislative, route on immigration reform. And I was definitely not a huge fan of Thursday night's speech, which seemed almost deliberately unconvincing. But there

School board backs proven leaders

2014 November 23 - 00:01

Dr. Nancy McGinley eliminated the chief academic officer position in July 2011, choosing to have all staff that affect teaching in the classroom - teachers to principals, principals to associate superintendents and then associate superintendents - report

Fix justice system - and so much more

2014 November 23 - 00:01

In an address to the U.S. Conference of Mayors recently, Bill Clinton predicted that prison sentencing would be a major issue in the next presidential election.

Charleston battles 'demolition by neglect' of historic structures

2014 November 22 - 22:00

It's Charleston's dirty little secret.

Swinney shoots down Florida rumors, saying Clemson 'is not some stepping-stone job'

2014 November 22 - 20:52

CLEMSON - When his professional desires were questioned, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney took it personally.

NAI Avant: Charleston area needs more offices to lure growing, relocating ventures

2014 November 22 - 20:29

If recent trends continue, the Lowcountry's office market will face an odd predicament: fully-occupied properties everywhere but not a one for "spec."

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