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Charleston Southern University senior officer to leave for Louisiana College

2015 March 05 - 21:30

After a 28-year tenure at Charleston Southern University, the vice president of student affairs and athletics is leaving for a job as president of Louisiana College.

Gamecocks rally from 20 down, but still fall short against Arkansas

2015 March 05 - 21:13

COLUMBIA — Even in a South Carolina basketball season rife with disappointment, this was the cruelest blow.

Daimler announcement comes amid speculation about other deals, for good or bad

2015 March 05 - 21:09

Gov. Nikki Haley’s secretive economic development trip to parts unknown this week set off a frenzy of automotive intrigue in South Carolina.

Charleston County School Board wants public’s opinion in search for superintendent

2015 March 05 - 20:21

The Charleston County School Board is asking the public to weigh in on its search to find the county’s next superintendent.

Death and Funerals for Friday, March 6, 2015

2015 March 06 - 00:01

ALTMAN, Bonnie, Georgetown

Death Summary for Friday, March 6, 2015

2015 March 06 - 00:01

BOOKER, Harry Carter, 85, of Mount Pleasant a retired salesman and husband of Peggy Booker, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Tri-County Cremation Center of Summerville.

U.S. Court marks its 225th birthday in a city that didn’t always want it

2015 March 05 - 20:10

About two dozen federal judges and many more lawyers from across the state gathered in Charleston’s U.S. District Court Thursday evening to mark a historical milestone not shared among many states.

Hazing no worthy ‘tradition’

2015 March 06 - 00:01

It’s disappointing to learn that The Citadel is investigating 85 complaints of hazing dating back to the beginning of the fall semester. What is encouraging, however, is that the commandant of cadets, retired Navy Capt. Geno Paluso, is taking

Letter: ISIS is a true threat

2015 March 06 - 00:01

I am convinced that the threat of ISIS in our country is a real and present danger. They have only one objective and that is a massive attack against the United States.

Letter: Enforce texting ban

2015 March 06 - 00:01

The Town of Mount Pleasant was one of the first municipalities to adopt a “no texting while driving law” in South Carolina. One year after implementation, I read in amazement that only a small handful (I think four) tickets had been issued

Letter: The GOP follies

2015 March 06 - 00:01

It looks like the 2016 Republican Presidential Clown Show has started with CPAC 2015, honk, honk. Time for intelligent Republicans to go into hiding, out of sheer embarrassment. Can you imagine what might happen if Jeb doesn’t get the nomination?

Letter: Mayoral race matters

2015 March 06 - 00:01

The next election will determine the trajectory of the city’s landscape, ways and customs for the next half century.

Letter: FairTax could fix IRS dysfunction

2015 March 06 - 00:01

Since Inspector General J. Russell George’s involvement in the investigation of the Internal Revenue Service, new findings keep pointing to corruption in this government agency. In the words of one very involved official, Tim Camus, “There

A robust US job market is expected to keep delivering

2015 March 05 - 18:42

WASHINGTON — Even after the most vigorous three-month hiring spree in 17 years, U.S. employers are showing few signs of letting up.

College of Charleston’s Adjehi Baru leaves mark on Cougars’ program

2015 March 05 - 18:31

The first time Adjehi Baru touched a basketball, the first time his fingertips felt the leather and the curve of the ball, he knew this was the game for him.

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