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Wando volleyball 'so due' for a state championship

2014 October 30 - 20:39

The year was 1993. Wando High's volleyball program was the cream of the crop in Class AAAA, winning the state championship in what many thought would be a long, extended run at the top.


Keep school vote focus

2014 October 30 - 20:29

The sudden resignation of Charleston County School Superintendent Nancy McGinley - dismaying in itself - comes at a particularly inopportune time, with a school board election and a major funding referendum pending Tuesday.


County Council needs Legare

2014 October 31 - 00:01

In the only contested race for Charleston County Council, voters should choose Republican challenger Thomas Legare, a Johns Island farmer who has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to growth management and rural preservation during his years as a


Letters to the Editor for Friday, Oct. 31

2014 October 31 - 00:01

Why is it illegal to drive a car into California carrying fruits and vegetables from another state, while hundreds of people from Ebola-stricken nations in West Africa fly freely into the United States every day on commercial airliners?


Nikki Haley, Bobby Jindal rally GOP troops

2014 October 30 - 20:02

SUMMERVILLE - A confident Gov. Nikki Haley and her Louisiana counterpart Bobby Jindal mingled with about 100 supporters at a restaurant here Thursday afternoon and urged them not to take Nov. 4 for granted.


Deaths Summary for Friday, October 31, 2014

2014 October 31 - 00:01

BROWN, Bobby D., 71, of North Charleston, husband of Eleanor Meusel Brown, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home.


Deaths and Funerals for Friday, October 31, 2014

2014 October 31 - 00:01

BAIRD, Jeanne, Charleston


Kiawah's plan to build new municipal complex on Johns Island gets public airing

2014 October 30 - 19:32

KIAWAH ISLAND - Town leaders of this gated residential and resort island have been meeting behind closed doors since June about purchasing land on the Betsy Kerrison Parkway on Johns Island for a new municipal complex.


South Carolina Stingrays looking to get offensive

2014 October 30 - 19:14

For the first two weeks of the ECHL season, the South Carolina Stingrays have been among the worst offensive clubs in the 28-team league.


Coast Guard puts off Oregon search and rescue base closing; Charleston still a question

2014 October 30 - 19:07

The U.S. Coast Guard might be close to budging on plans to remove a search and rescue helicopter and shutter a base on the Stono River. A similar base in Newport, Ore., just won a reprieve.


Blame both sides of the aisle now

2014 October 31 - 00:01

Former President Herbert Hoover, speaking at The Citadel, began his speech: "General Clark, most distinguished faculty," - then looking at the cadet corps - "my fellow students. As long as you remain a student and continue to learn, you will continue to


Energy shortage threatens to dim Europe's economic prospects

2014 October 31 - 00:01

Europe may struggle to keep the lights on as temperatures drop as the switch to greener sources of energy complicates the balance between supply and demand in the region. The inconvenience of brownouts, though, should have the welcome effect of forcing


Competence referendum bodes ill for Democrats

2014 October 31 - 00:01

WASHINGTON - Is this election really about nothing? Democrats might like to think so, but it's not.


Sapakoff: Free Todd Gurley, end NCAA autograph hypocrisy

2014 October 30 - 17:52

Mike Davis handled the question as deftly as he slips through SEC defenses.


Timeline: The Charleston County School District's decade of Nancy McGinley

2014 October 30 - 17:40

Nancy McGinley was the superintendent of the Charleston County School District for seven years, making her the district's longest-serving superintendent. Here's a look at her time with the district.


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