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Falcone, Haddad lift RiverDogs past Crawdads

2015 August 27 - 23:06

HICKORY, N.C. — Joey Falcone drove in a pair and Radley Haddad had five RBIs to pace the Charleston RiverDogs past the Hickory Crawdads, 10-7, Thursday night at L.P. Frans Stadium. The win ties the season series 5-5 with one game remaining.

On the Beat: Gamecocks’ receiver Davidson out with knee injury

2015 August 27 - 22:30

COLUMBIA — South Carolina’s relatively injury-free preseason camp hit a speed bump Thursday when redshirt freshman wide receiver Shaq Davidson suffered a knee injury which will sideline him indefinitely.

Goose Creek residents evacuated after man barricaded in home threatens suicide

2015 August 27 - 21:05

Goose Creek police have evacuated residents in the Persimmon Hill Subdivision while a man is barricaded in a nearby home.

CSU to tip off season Dec. 2 against Winthrop

2015 August 27 - 20:56

Charleston Southern will tip off its 2015-16 Big South men’s basketball slate at home against Winthrop on Dec. 2 before traveling to Liberty on Dec. 5.

Hundreds turn out to hear, see plans for Ashley River bike lane

2015 August 27 - 20:31

More than 300 drove, biked and walked to The Citadel’s Holliday Alumni Center on Thursday evening to see plans to convert a lane of the Ashley River bridge for bike and pedestrian use.

2015 August 28 - 00:01

With the November elections looming, the momentum that Mount Pleasant Town Council has gained in managing complex growth issues has rattled the political ambitions of Save Shem Creek Corp. In their Aug. 24 column, board members Jimmy Bagwell and James

Increase transit, decrease obesity

2015 August 28 - 00:01

Numerous studies, confirming common sense, show that commuters who switch from cars to walking and cycling lose a significant amount of weight on average.

Neighborhood schools’ challenge

2015 August 28 - 00:01

The 80 people from the Park Circle area who met Wednesday discussed two worthy goals: improving neighborhood schools and attracting local students to them.

Wearable technology for fashion-conscious

2015 August 28 - 00:01

With the volatile stock market news continuing to keep investors on edge, members of the sophisticated set are putting their money in handbags.

Longtime Saints recall the team’s role in Katrina recovery

2015 August 27 - 20:22

NEW ORLEANS — Coming off a career-threatening injury, Drew Brees had little choice but to sign with a downtrodden franchise in a disaster zone. Sean Payton became coach of the Saints only after being passed over for the job he really wanted in

Tigers defense benefits from noisy home crowds

2015 August 27 - 20:17

CLEMSON — What ESPN color commentator Todd Blackledge said that night almost a year ago makes sense, in principle.

Venables taking dwindling numbers in stride

2015 August 27 - 20:17

CLEMSON — Laugh. There’s nothing else Brent Venables can do.

Try thinking about others for a change, not just your selfies

2015 August 28 - 00:01

I just received an email, photographs attached, from a friend in Maine, who with another friend of mine is undoubtedly having a great time. I don’t know for sure because I didn’t open the attachment. I didn’t need to. Because it is a

When will we ever learn on guns?

2015 August 28 - 00:01

The slaying of two journalists Wednesday as they broadcast live to a television audience in Virginia is still seared on our screens and our minds, but it’s a moment not only to mourn but also to learn lessons.

Steve Spurrier says USC defensive end Darius English ‘looks like an All-American’

2015 August 27 - 20:15

COLUMBIA — Darius English is always imposing, even when he’s standing still. Towering at 6-foot-6 and chiseled like a rock formation, he’s a pass-rushing defensive end straight out of central casting, who looks like he could flatten


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