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SoCon announces digital network, broadcast deal for upcoming season

2014 July 22 - 22:56

In recent years, Southern Conference football and basketball games have been hard to find on TV or the internet as the league struggled to find a broadcast partner and fell behind the curve in web-streaming.


Battery, Kickers play to 1-1 tie

2014 July 22 - 22:34

In his first game back in front of home supporters, midfielder Jose Cuevas scored on a penalty kick to help the Charleston Battery play to a 1-1 draw against the Richmond Kickers in front of a crowd of 2,214 people Tuesday night at Blackbaud Stadium.


Deaths and Funerals for Wednesday, July 23, 2014

2014 July 23 - 00:01

ALDRICH, Ronald, Summerville


Deaths Summary for Wednesday, July 23, 2014

2014 July 23 - 00:01

BLACK, Mary Francis Grant, of Charleston, widow of Leroy Black, died Monday. Arrangements by Johnson-Halls Funeral Home of Mount Pleasant.


Jaguars' Ace Sanders facing four-game suspension

2014 July 22 - 20:32

Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Ace Sanders is facing a four-game suspension without pay after violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, he told reporters Tuesday.


Berkeley school board bans parent coaches

2014 July 22 - 20:19

Despite strong public opposition, the Berkeley County school board approved Tuesday a so-called ban on parent coaches.


Border neglect's costly fallout

2014 July 23 - 00:01

Responsibility for national border security legally - and logically - belongs to the national government. But the Obama administration's persistent abdication of that duty has moved numerous states, including South Carolina, to pass immigration laws of


Timely pay hike for educators

2014 July 23 - 00:01

More money isn't the answer to every school need. But giving educators fair wages is essential to attracting and retaining the best for our students.


Putin deserves major share of Flight 17 blame

2014 July 23 - 00:01

WASHINGTON - Apart from its tragic horror, the shoot-down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 has two strategic consequences. First, it reveals that the Russian military - and, therefore, President Vladimir Putin - is deeply involved in the separatists' fight


Too many guns = too many dead

2014 July 23 - 00:01

Hardly a day passes when The Post and Courier does not report a shooting incident. The National Rifle Association preaches that "the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is with a good guy with a gun." It would like to see everyone packing heat so that


Protect valuable maritime zone from invisible killers

2014 July 23 - 00:01

If anyone is surprised by the information in Bo Petersen's article, "Second punch of ocean acidification threatens Lowcountry," in the June 22 edition of The Post and Courier, I implore you to please contact me because I have a beautiful piece of


Letters to the Editor for Wednesday, July 23

2014 July 23 - 00:01

All the recent scandals going on with the "most transparent administration" have pushed the Obamacare debacle to the back page or off the radar screen. But rest assured, it's as incompetent as ever, as witnessed by the letter my wife recently received


College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell orders second investigation of Coach Doug Wojcik

2014 July 22 - 23:01

College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell has ordered a second investigation of embattled basketball coach Doug Wojcik based on new allegations of a physical confrontation with a player and verbal abuse of athletic department staff.


Beasley likes Clowney comparison, boldly predicts big year for Clemson defense

2014 July 22 - 19:06

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Vic Beasley enters his senior season at Clemson having recorded multiple sacks in six different games.


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