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Staal’s goal paces Stingrays over Mavericks

2016 February 09 - 23:50

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Jared Staal’s goal at 5:26 of the third period of play helped the South Carolina Stingrays (26-16-3-2) beat the ECHL’s top team, the Missouri Mavericks (35-6-2-1), 4-2, Tuesday night at the Silverstein Eye Centers

Tuesday’s high school results

2016 February 09 - 23:05

Girls Basketball

Ashley Ridge ends Summerville’s 37-game Region 8-AAAA winning streak

2016 February 09 - 22:20

All winning streaks eventually end, and Summerville High’s girls basketball team’s impressive 37-game winning streak against region 8-AAAA competition ended on Tuesday night.

CSU women unable to hold off second-half Presbyterian surge

2016 February 09 - 22:09

CLINTON — Charleston Southern was unable to hold off a third-quarter Presbyterian run as the Buccaneers fell on the road to the Blue Hose, 55-37, Tuesday night.

Ober, Hart honored by D1Baseball.com; Cougars picked second

2016 February 09 - 20:48

D1Baseball.com named College of Charleston sophomore pitcher Bailey Ober the Colonial Athletic Association preseason Pitcher of the Year and tabbed Dupree Hart the preseason Freshman of the Year, while picking the Cougars to finish second in the league.

Trump, Sanders win presidential primaries in New Hampshire

2016 February 09 - 20:07

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders rode a wave of voter frustration with American politics to commanding victories in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primaries, adding crucial credibility to their upstart

College of Charleston library to archive Joe Riley’s papers

2016 February 09 - 19:08

Charleston City Council Tuesday approved a plan to have the College of Charleston’s Addlestone Library archive former Mayor Joe Riley’s papers.

City Council gives initial approval to zoning rule change that could lessen Planning Commission’s clout

2016 February 09 - 19:02

Charleston City Council Tuesday gave initial approval to a zoning change that would lessen the Planning Commission’s clout.

Postal Service shows profit during year-end holiday season

2016 February 09 - 18:56

WASHINGTON — A strong holiday shipping season and a couple of favorable economic situations temporarily turned around the financial fortunes of the Postal Service, officials said Tuesday.

Deaths and Funerals for Wednesday, February 10, 2016

2016 February 10 - 00:01

ANDERSON, Mary, Goose Creek

Deaths Summary for Wednesday, February 10, 2016

2016 February 10 - 00:01

BENTON, Mary Stewart, 97, of Charleston, a retired nurse and widow of William H. Benton, died Sunday. Arrangements by Platt’s Funeral Home of Augusta, Ga.

It’s not just Flint: Lead poisoning an American tragedy

2016 February 10 - 00:01

We have been rightfully outraged by the lead poisoning of children in Flint, Michigan — an outrage that one health expert called “state-sponsored child abuse.”

Letter: Shem Creek and socialism

2016 February 10 - 00:01

The process of expropriation occurs when a public agency takes private property for a purpose deemed to be in the public interest. It is a tool used typically by socialist governments that results in despair and ultimately complete failure. I watched it

Letter: Where does the budget money go?

2016 February 10 - 00:01

In a number of articles in The Post and Courier two statements seem to be frequently repeated.

Letter: Emanuel teaches that love conquers all

2016 February 10 - 00:01

Why should Mother Emanuel be nominated for the prestigious Nobel Peace prize? The better question should be why shouldn’t they?