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S.C. jobless rate didn’t budge in April

2015 May 27 - 09:09

South Carolina’s unemployment rate didn’t budge in April, holding steady at 6.7 percent, state officials reported Wednesday.

Hillary Clinton returns to South Carolina today

2015 May 27 - 08:41

COLUMBIA — Presidential hopeful and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be arriving in Columbia later this morning for the first time since she announced her candidacy for the White House.

Mostly sunny, warm, humid today in Charleston, highs in lower 80s

2015 May 27 - 07:44

Today should be mostly sunny, warm and a bit humid in Charleston today.

FIFA officials face corruption charges in U.S.

2015 May 27 - 01:48

ZURICH — The Swiss Federal Office of Justice says six soccer officials have been arrested and detained pending extradition at the request of U.S. authorities ahead of the FIFA congress in Zurich.

The art of quarter-tone shredding

2015 May 26 - 23:50

A tiny change in pitch, only a quarter of a note up or down the scale, has Andy Meyerson lunging across the expanse of his custom-built double vibraphone set.

Review: Spoleto Festival Orchestra pays tribute to Sibelius

2015 May 26 - 23:41

The Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra under conductor John Kennedy paid a double tribute to Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, whose 150th anniversary falls this year, and whose Fifth Symphony was composed in 1915, 100 years ago. As always, heard in its

C of C women sailing into finals

2015 May 26 - 23:24

Newport, R.I. — The College of Charleston women’s sailing team remained in second place, 10 points behind Dartmouth and 20 points ahead of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, after the semifinals of the Eastern Division of the College

Toledo wins again in OT, forces Stingrays to a Game 7

2015 May 26 - 23:13

The South Carolina Stingrays’ season has come down to just one game.

Berkeley rehires retired assistant superintendent to lead district temporarily

2015 May 26 - 23:01

The Berkeley County School District is bringing back a former assistant superintendent to lead the district until a permanent replacement can be found.

Braves blast RiverDogs

2015 May 26 - 22:46

Jordan Foley returned from the disabled list and struck out a career-high nine batters, but the Charleston RiverDogs fell in 8-1 fashion to the Rome Braves on Tuesday night at Joe Riley Park.

Palmetto Sunrise: Domestic violence reform expected to cross finish line

2015 May 27 - 07:00

The Legislature is stuck in neutral. High hopes at the beginning of the year on ethics and a long-term plan to fund South Carolina’s beleagured transportation system will likely have to wait until next year.

Staging Spoleto: A look at the historic venues that house the festival

2015 May 26 - 22:04

Three weeks, hundreds of events, one easy-to-navigate peninsula.

Steven Rosenberg loves early music

2015 May 26 - 22:00

Steve Rosenberg’s living room in Mount Pleasant boasts an impressive collection of early music instruments from around the world. Each one has its own story, and Rosenberg, a world-touring recorder soloist and the director of Piccolo

Q&A with Qian Yi, singer in ‘Paradise Interrupted’

2015 May 26 - 21:59

In 1999, Qian Yi introduced Western audiences to the Chinese style of opera known as Kunqu when she performed the leading role of Du Liniang in “The Peony Pavilion,” written by Tang Xianzu in 1598. Her performance in that 20-hour opera at

Burke students march in protest of charter school concept

2015 May 26 - 21:55

Burke Middle-High School students descended on the headquarters of the Charleston County School District on Tuesday to protest any plans to transition their school to a charter school.

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