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Haley won’t be Trump’s running mate

2016 May 04 - 16:58

South Carolina’s top Republican Party leader says it’s time to put aside any lingering bad blood and unite behind Donald Trump for president.


Cougars Bender to take job at Clemson

2016 May 04 - 16:56

College of Charleston assistant basketball coach Dick Bender will leave the school to take a similar position at Clemson, a source confirmed Wednesday.


Prayer gathering honors local police

2016 May 04 - 16:49

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg encouraged local law enforcement officers with a passage from the Gospel of Mark during the Police Appreciation Prayer Service Wednesday morning at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.


Southeast’s aerospace job growth gaining attention of South Carolina, national researchers

2016 May 04 - 16:33

With the Southeast establishing itself as the nation’s fastest-growing aerospace employment center, researchers are hoping to get a better idea of what makes the region’s industry tick.


U.S. government: North Carolina LGBT law violates civil rights

2016 May 04 - 16:32

RALEIGH, N.C. — The U.S. Justice Department says a North Carolina law that limits protections to LGBT people violates federal civil rights laws.


2 new supermarkets slated for Charleston area

2016 May 04 - 16:26

Redeveloped strip shopping centers could soon yield two new supermarkets in the Charleston area.


Europe Central Bank to halt production of 500-euro bills

2016 May 04 - 16:23

FRANKFURT, Germany — Production of the 500-euro banknote is being discontinued amid concerns it had become too popular among crooks and money launderers.


Columbia lawmaker makes last-ditch effort to debate erectile dysfunction bill

2016 May 04 - 16:05

COLUMBIA — Seeking to get the floor debate on erectile dysfunction medication she said she was denied by House members, Rep. Mia McLeod attempted to amend a bill regulating doctors who primarily tend to patients via the phone.


Minnesota wire maker expands to South Carolina Lowcountry

2016 May 04 - 15:27

A Twin Cities metal manufacturer is setting up shop in the Lowountry and creating about 50 jobs.


Eddy Southard seeking re-election to House seat

2016 May 04 - 14:42

MONCKS CORNER — A state lawmaker who resigned last month in the wake of an ethics allegation involving a female Statehouse page could be re-elected in November.


South Carolina’s satellite camps to be on familiar recruiting ground

2016 May 04 - 14:16

COLUMBIA — Will Muschamp believes nothing in the recruiting process is more critical than getting a prospect on campus, to experience the facilities and environment that would be part of his life for the next four years. But in an age of satellite


Former Porter-Gaud standout K.J. James to transfer from High Point

2016 May 04 - 13:53

Former Porter-Gaud basketball standout K.J. James will transfer from High Point University, Cyclones coach John Pearson confirmed Wednesday.


Hooray for shrimp season in the Lowcountry

2016 May 04 - 14:00

Mount Pleasant’s recent Blessing of the Fleet celebration was more than just an excuse to watch some boats and have some beer (although that sounds — and is — good!). This annual celebration is all about hope: hope for a successful


Artist spotlight: Susan Irish, founder of West Ashley’s Fabulon gallery

2016 May 04 - 13:28

Fabulon, an art gallery and an education center that offers classes and private lessons, opened last year at 1017 Wappoo Road in West Ashley. Susan Irish, founder and owner of Fabulon, spoke to the Charleston Scene about the gallery and what it has in


‘End of the Rainbow’ showcases Garland’s time in London

2016 May 04 - 14:00

Judy Garland had been here before. For most of her adult life, the city of London had been a welcomed retreat for the longtime actress and singer, though she was much more a singer than anything else now.


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