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Gamecocks' defense preparing for Tennessee's running quarterback - Joshua Dobbs

2014 October 31 - 16:15

COLUMBIA - Tennessee may have waited to name a starting quarterback for Saturday's game at South Carolina, but the Gamecocks' defensive staff didn't wait to prepare for one.

Charleston Southern heads to Monmouth looking for first Big South victory

2014 October 31 - 15:58

Charleston Southern's football team is in unfamiliar territory, at least since second-year head coach Jamey Chadwell took over.

SC Guard: 1st time all combat units back in SC since 9/11

2014 October 31 - 15:34

COLUMBIA, S.C. - For the first time since 2002, the South Carolina National Guard has no Army or Air Guard combat units on overseas deployments that began after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

North Charleston hospice closing, merging with Mount Pleasant center

2014 October 31 - 14:56

One the region's end-of-life care centers is shutting down.

Nikki Haley's bus tour stops in Hilton Head, Sun City

2014 October 31 - 14:46

Gov. Nikki Haley's statewide bus tour made two stops in Beaufort County this morning in a final push to rally voters before the general election Tuesday, according to a story posted today on The Island Packet's website.

Search and rescue helicopter base gets reprieve

2014 October 31 - 14:29

The Coast Guard helicopter search and rescue hangar at Johns Island will remain open, at least until Dec. 15, while legislators keep searching for a way to stop its closing.

Capsule review: 'Macbeth' at Woolfe Street Playhouse

2014 October 31 - 14:20

The Village Repertory Co.'s production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" took full advantage of the unconventional space Thursday night, transforming the Woolfe Street Playhouse into a quasi-Globe Theatre. Evan Parry's direction was confident, forthright and

Citadel faces tough challenge against SoCon newcomer Mercer

2014 October 31 - 13:56

The Citadel plays against Mercer on Saturday for the first time since 1931. And what the Bulldogs will find in Macon, Ga., is a Southern Conference newcomer, coached by a SoCon veteran in the middle of fertile Georgia recruiting ground, and treated like

Ravenel Post Office named in honor of Inabinett

2014 October 31 - 13:55

The U.S. Post Office in Ravenel has been named in recognition of the town's first African-American mayor, Curtis B. Inabinett Sr.

Mom can't visit children she drove into ocean

2014 October 31 - 13:26

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - A judge says the South Carolina woman accused of trying to kill her three children by driving her minivan into the Atlantic Ocean off Daytona Beach can send them pre-printed cards.

Park Circle to close Sunday night for re-surfacing

2014 October 31 - 12:38

Weather permitting, heavily-traveled Park Circle in North Charleston will close to traffic Sunday night and Monday so crews can re-surface the road.

South Carolina seniors to get home-grown Thanksgiving meals

2014 October 31 - 12:20

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Senior citizens across South Carolina are going to be treated to a home-grown Thanksgiving dinner.

Darlington woman dies in house fire

2014 October 31 - 12:14

DARLINGTON, S.C. - Authorities are investigating the cause of a house fire that killed a Darlington woman.

James Brown exhibit opening at SC State

2014 October 31 - 11:54

ORANGEBURG, S.C. - Shoes, boots, costumes and even a hair dryer are on display as part of an exhibit examining the influence of singer James Brown at South Carolina State University.

Clyburn: Multiyear funding needed for transportation

2014 October 31 - 11:33

Congressman James Clyburn toured Orangeburg's Lane Construction on Thursday afternoon, saying he continues to support transportation infrastructure, according to a story posted on The Times and Democrat's website.

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