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Ruth’s Chris sets opening date in downtown Charleston

2015 April 01 - 10:16

Five years after announcing intentions to locate a Ruth’s Chris Steak House in downtown Charleston, a date has been set for the opening.

Sheriff: No charges being filed in fatal Sun City shooting

2015 April 01 - 10:09

BLUFFTON, S.C. — The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office says a shooting this week at the Sun City Hilton Head senior residential community was a case of self-defense and no charges are being filed.

Bill creates felony for sober drivers who cause serious injury

2015 April 01 - 09:43

COLUMBIA — A driver who seriously injures someone while driving recklessly in South Carolina could be charged with a felony under a bill being considered in the Senate.

Van ends up in Shem Creek marsh after hitting power pole on Coleman Boulevard

2015 April 01 - 09:28

A van went off Coleman Boulevard at Shem Creek this morning, knocking down a power pole and ending up on the marsh bank.

Frugally fancy: How to host a perfect tea party for little ones

2015 April 01 - 09:20

You could always spring for a lovely Blue Canton tea service from Historic Charleston Foundation, but you’d probably prefer to protect your fine china from the inevitable oopsies and whoopses that happen with little ones. That doesn’t mean

Tea Time: Unwind with your little ones, a cup and a crumpet

2015 April 01 - 09:19

Feeling a bit four o'clock-ish? Mid-afternoon often leaves parents and their sprouts feeling peckish, drained, and a little harebrained à la the Mad Hatter. For centuries, tea enthusiasts have perked up such times with a hot beverage and a host of tasty

The real world of tea at Charleston Tea Plantation

2015 April 01 - 09:18

Want to learn more about what’s infusing your drink? Stimulate your minds with a visit to Charleston Tea Plantation, home of American Classic Tea. While at the 127-acre working farm, get a glimpse of the factory and discover how tea is produced.

Chance of rain this morning in Charleston, otherwise a nice day

2015 April 01 - 07:21

There’s a chance of rain this morning in Charleston, then the rest of the day should be nice.

I-526 west Rivers Avenue exit closed after fatal accident

2015 April 01 - 07:00

The I-526 west Rivers Avenue exit remains closed after a fatal accident.

South Carolina downs The Citadel, 2-0

2015 March 31 - 22:57

Even when South Carolina was winning national championships, the Gamecocks struggled to win in Charleston.

CofC shuts out USC Upstate

2015 March 31 - 22:34

SPARTANBURG — College of Charleston downed USC Upstate, 10-0, behind an all-around team effort in midweek action at Harley Field on Tuesday night.

2015 March 31 - 22:29

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence asked lawmakers Tuesday to send him a clarification of the state’s new religious-freedom law later this week, while Arkansas legislators passed a similar measure, despite criticism that it is a thinly

Area high school sailing teams aim for shot at nationals

2015 March 31 - 22:25

Wando High School won the North SAISA District, and along with five other Lowcountry high schools, will compete in the SAISA District Championships in St. Petersburg, Fla., during the weekend of April 18 for a chance at attending the ISSA High School

Playing time hardly the lone motivator for USC’s defensive returnees

2015 March 31 - 21:06

COLUMBIA — Playing time isn’t what motivates David Johnson.

Google, Microsoft battle drives down prices for PCs, tablets

2015 March 31 - 21:01

SAN FRANCISCO — Google is releasing its cheapest Chromebook laptops yet, two versions priced at $149 aimed at undercutting Microsoft’s Windows franchise and gaining ground in even more classrooms.

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