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How they compare: Charleston’s Low Line and New York City’s High Line

2016 September 30 - 16:30

When an abandoned rail line in New York reopened seven years ago as a 1.45-mile-long park, its presence transformed Manhattan’s West Side.


Hunter comes out of pack to win Senior Azalea

2016 September 30 - 16:11

No one was more surprised than Roy Hunter Friday when the Senior Azalea Invitational golf tournament wrapped up at the Country Club of Charleston.


Woman who said ghosts made her strangle mom in Hanahan is committed, not imprisoned

2016 September 30 - 15:58

The woman who killed her mother in Hanahan because she said ghosts told her to will be committed for psychiatric treatment instead of imprisoned, a prosecutor said this week.


Group trying to stop Dorchester parks and library referendum

2016 September 30 - 15:49

A conservative Dorchester County group is trying to stop a Nov. 8 referendum to raise taxes for new parks and libraries.


MOJA Festival R&B concert at Joe Riley Stadium on Saturday canceled

2016 September 30 - 15:49

The R&B concert featuring Cameo, Monica and DJ Kid Capri at Joe Riley Stadium, scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday, has been canceled due to low ticket sales.


Citadel will be tested by Western Carolina’s version of triple option

2016 September 30 - 15:22

More than once in Saturday’s game against The Citadel, Western Carolina quarterback Tyrie Adams will stick the football into running back Detrez Newsome’s belly. Adams will then have three options — give the ball to Newsome, keep it


Seeing Morris Island lighthouse lit might mean a small trek

2016 September 30 - 15:04

FOLLY BEACH — Get there early and be ready to walk. That’s the best bet for watching the Morris Island Lighthouse lighting on Saturday. You won’t be alone, judging by the huge response organizers are getting.


Clemson ready for showdown with scorching-hot Louisville

2016 September 30 - 14:58

CLEMSON — Elephant meat is considered a delicacy in other parts of the world, though according to some corners of the Internet, it offers an unpleasant taste similar to Spam.


Men who led North Charleston police in chase charged with trafficking Ecstasy

2016 September 30 - 14:56

Three men who led police on a chase Thursday from North Charleston to West Ashley are charged with trafficking MDMA, the drug commonly known as Ecstasy.


Trevor Knight’s ‘fresh start’ has No. 9 Texas A&M rolling into South Carolina

2016 September 30 - 14:28

COLUMBIA — With a solid grip on the starting job by the end of his sophomore season, Trevor Knight never imagined he’d transfer. With two promising young players at the position, Texas A&M never imagined it would find itself with a


Project to turn Charleston rail line into park quietly moving forward

2016 September 30 - 15:00

Creating the Lowcountry Low Line is expected to cost more than $30 million, but its economic impact in terms of new jobs, construction spending and tourism dollars would be many times that, according to a new study.


A whirlwind of fall fun

2016 September 30 - 14:18

The fall season offers a bounty of fun for the whole family, from pumpkin picking to fall festivals to the Coastal Carolina Fair. We've hit some highlights here. Check Lowcountry Parent's October issue for even more options.


Body found near Ravenel Bridge after report of jumper

2016 September 30 - 13:33

Firefighters on Friday found a body in the water below the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge after someone was reported to have jumped off the span, police said.


School board candidate accused of blackmail apologizes, wants school ban lifted

2016 September 30 - 13:17

Tony Lewis, an elected Constituent School Board member and candidate for Charleston County School Board, apologized Friday for a voicemail that contributed to him being banned from downtown schools.


2016 September 30 - 12:58

ANDERSON, S.C. (AP) — A 14-year-old South Carolina boy was charged as a juvenile Friday with murder and three counts of attempted murder after authorities say he killed his father and opened fire on students at a playground, wounding three people.


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