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Summerville falls in AAAA softball final

2015 May 22 - 20:35

Upper State champion Clover scored three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and made it stand, notching a 3-1 win over Lower State champion Summerville in the third and decisive game of the AAAA state softball championship series on Friday night at

Letter: Spoleto wouldn’t be the same without Riley

2015 May 22 - 20:23

For 30 of the past 39 years of Spoleto Festival USA, I have missed only two opening ceremonies, which always occur on the first Friday of the festival, Memorial Day weekend, at noon in front of City Hall.

Wal-Mart’s push on animal welfare hailed as game changer

2015 May 22 - 19:10

NEW YORK — Wal-Mart’s push to get its suppliers to give farm animals fewer antibiotics and more room to roam is expected to have a big impact on the food industry, experts say.

UNC Wilmington dumps Cougars, 4-3, in 10 innings

2015 May 22 - 19:09

MOUNT PLEASANT — UNC Wilmington’s Evan Phillips did something that few pitchers have been able to do to the College of Charleston — silence the Cougar bats.

Chapin, Heath are leaders in North American Laser Masters at Carolina Yacht Club

2015 May 22 - 19:05

Dave Chapin of Winter Springs, Fla., is the first-day leader in the Open division while Nigel Heath of Toronto, Canada is the Radial leader in the 2015 North American Laser Masters Championship being sailed out of Carolina Yacht Club.

Battery, Charlotte Independence renew rivalry

2015 May 22 - 18:56

The Charleston Battery and Charlotte Eagles had a long-standing rivalry that stretched over nearly two decades.

Fed’s Yellen: 1st rate hike likely by year end if economy improves

2015 May 22 - 18:24

WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Friday she expects to begin raising interest rates later this year — if the job market improves and the Fed is confident inflation will climb closer toward its target rate.

Only 2 boats fish Georgetown Friday, Caramba still on top

2015 May 22 - 18:22

The only two boats that didn’t fish Thursday’s opening day of the 48th annual Georgetown Blue Marlin Tournament paid a price Friday. Petrel and Nauti Girl battled sustained winds of 16-18 knots with gusts occasionally over 20 knots and

Most S.C. lawmakers rally in support of Ex-Im Bank with Boeing, GE jobs in the balance

2015 May 22 - 18:22

With a showdown looming over reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank, at least one analyst says Congressional bickering over the federal financing agency is already hurting the lender’s biggest customer, and one of South Carolina’s

Review: In ‘Buckley and Mailer,’ two lions of polemical politics given their due

2015 May 22 - 18:08

BUCKLEY AND MAILER: The Difficult Friendship that Shaped the Sixties. By Kevin M. Schultz. Norton. 400 pages. $28.95.

Opera ‘Veremonda’ spicy and vengeful

2015 May 22 - 17:59

This weekend at the historic Dock Street Theatre, Spoleto Festival USA will mount the American premiere of a newly commissioned production of Francesco Cavalli’s “Veremonda, l’amazzone di Aragona,” an opera of revenge, lust

‘Behind the Garden Gate’ is back for 3rd year

2015 May 22 - 17:57

Tucked away behind iron gates in downtown Charleston are some of the city’s most beautiful gardens. The Charleston Horticultural Society has partnered with the Spoleto Festival for the third year to host “Behind the Garden Gate,” a

Music in Time ever expanding horizons of series and its listeners

2015 May 22 - 17:56

Music In Time, a contemporary music series directed by John Kennedy, features new and emerging artists, including “Paradise Interrupted” composer Huang Ruo, pianist Conor Hanick and The Living Earth Show, a cutting-edge duo from the west

Family fun abounds at Piccolo Spoleto festival

2015 May 22 - 17:55

From princesses to superheroes, from marching bands to operas, the Piccolo Spoleto festival is back. And, a substantial number of its more than 500 events are designed for the younger festivalgoers.

Wreck stalling westbound traffic on I-26

2015 May 22 - 17:41

Westbound traffic is stalled on Interstate 26 due to a wreck.

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