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RiverDogs overpowering with combined shutout

2016 May 25 - 00:19

CHARLESTON — Luis Cedeno and Nestor Cortes were brilliant, combining for nine shutout innings, as the Charleston RiverDogs clinched the three-game series with a 6-0 win over the West Virginia Power on Tuesday night in front of 2,720 at Riley Park.

Big third period lifts Wheeling past South Carolina, 5-2, in Game 7

2016 May 24 - 23:31

The South Carolina Stingrays and Wheeling Nailers grinded out seven games during their ECHL Eastern Conference finals series.

Constituent District 1 School Board considers taking legal action for Lincoln’s closure

2016 May 24 - 22:23

MCCLELLANVILLE — Members of the Constituent District 1 School Board mulled possible legal action against the countywide school board Tuesday evening in light of its recent decision to close historic Lincoln Middle High School next month.

Will Muschamp visits Charleston in final stop of “Spurs Up” Tour to address fans

2016 May 24 - 22:19

Mount Pleasant — It’s been about five years, in his own words, since Joe Towles “got the fever.”

Ashley Ridge baseball coach steps down

2016 May 24 - 22:10

Citing a desire to spend more time with his growing family, Ashley Ridge High School baseball coach B.J. Bellush stepped down from his position on Tuesday.

Authorities: Fire at Summerville strip mall started at nail spa

2016 May 24 - 21:04

A fire at a Summerville strip mall started in a nail salon, according to authorities.

Speakers show support for proposed cargo rail yard, with some caveats

2016 May 24 - 20:51

Residents of neighborhoods adjacent to a proposed rail yard at the former Navy Base in North Charleston said Tuesday they recognize the project’s benefits and support its development, but want to make sure their concerns are addressed before it

Berkeley schools won’t change transgender bathroom policy

2016 May 24 - 20:38

MONCKS CORNER — With just three school days left in the year, the Berkeley County School District on Tuesday opted not to change its decision regarding transgender student bathroom use.

Charleston County to seek public input on transportation projects

2016 May 24 - 19:25

Charleston County Council is going to reach out to the public about local transportation needs before deciding whether to ask voters to approve a half-cent sales tax increase for $2 billion in road projects.

South Carolina falls to Stanford in women’s golf NCAA quarterfinal

2016 May 24 - 19:08

EUGENE, Ore. — Mariah Stackhouse won three of four holes to start the back nine and delivered a clutch approach to wrap up a 2-up victory Tuesday as defending champion Stanford knocked off South Carolina and advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA

Deaths and Funerals for Wednesday, May 25, 2016

2016 May 25 - 00:01

ADAMS, Shelby, Goose Creek

Deaths Summary for Wednesday, May 25, 2016

2016 May 25 - 00:01

DUDDY, Marie Onofrio, 80, of Charleston died Friday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society.

House approves billions of dollars for roads, reform

2016 May 24 - 18:52

COLUMBIA — The House gave key approval Tuesday to the state’s best shot at improving roads this year in a bill that sends reforms and billions of dollars to fix crumbling highways to the state Department of Transportation.

Mira performs well in tribute to Judgment of Paris

2016 May 24 - 18:47

After 45 minutes of swirling, swishing, spitting and scoring, Mira Winery winemaker Gustavo Gonzalez broke the silence in Mira’s Queen Street headquarters by asking the judges whether any of the wines in the blind tasting stood out.

Fares are cheap, but airlines don’t want them to stay that way

2016 May 24 - 18:44

DALLAS — Enjoy lower airfares while you can. Airlines are taking steps to push prices higher by next year.