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Dorchester Council to overhaul DCTA

2014 September 02 - 22:35

Deaths Summary for Wednesday, September 3, 2014

2014 September 03 - 00:01

BECK, Ann McCoy, of Johns Island, a veterinarian, died Sunday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith's West Ashley Chapel of Charleston.

Deaths and Funerals for Wednesday, September 3, 2014

2014 September 02 - 21:21

ALLEN, Brandon, Goose Creek

Clemson notes: Vic Beasley craves tough matchups, Tigers sustain in-state tradition

2014 September 02 - 20:39

CLEMSON - In a future not too far, far away, Vic Beasley's ready to go mano-y-mano with professional offensive tackles.

Citadel needs big-money games

2014 September 02 - 20:30

Citadel football coach Mike Houston was blunt Tuesday when asked if he'd like to see more games like the Bulldogs' meeting with No. 1 Florida State on future schedules.

Offshore drilling not worth risks

2014 September 03 - 00:01

Offshore drilling is being sold as the prospect of thousands of new jobs and billions of dollars of revenue for South Carolina.

A gold star for gold-bricking

2014 September 03 - 00:01

In this self-proclaimed "most transparent administration in history," the public continues to rely on agency inspectors general to get at the truth. The latest revelation comes from Inspector General Todd Zinser of the Commerce Department on the

Letters to the Editor for Wednesday, Sept. 3

2014 September 03 - 00:01

My congratulations to The Post and Courier, its research team and the writers of the series about domestic violence and abuse in South Carolina. The series was well written, insightful, informative and very revealing - shockingly revealing. Perhaps what

Muni proudly serves a wide range of golfers

2014 September 03 - 00:01

I would like to respond to a recent letter to the editor in regard to the condition of the putting greens at the Municipal Golf Course.

Huge underdogs to No. 1 Florida State, Citadel not able to pull plug on big-money games

2014 September 02 - 22:00

Citadel football coach Mike Houston was blunt Tuesday when asked if he'd like to see more games like the Bulldogs' meeting with No. 1 Florida State on future schedules.

Dr. Andrew Kraft and Hollings Cancer Center: Mission accomplished

2014 September 03 - 00:01

Dr. Andrew Kraft came to Charleston in 2004 to be the director of the Hollings Cancer Center. He came to us from the University of Colorado in Denver, where he had led a successful oncology division in a prominent cancer center.

Once was enough: Why Romney shouldn't run again

2014 September 03 - 00:01

In the 1991 movie "Naked Gun 2˝," Police Lt. Frank Drebin drinks away his sorrows in a blues bar while sad music plays and the camera pans across a wall with pictures depicting the worst disasters in history: the Chicago fire ... the Hindenburg ... the

Primping fried green tomatoes with pickled peppers at 82 Queen

2014 September 03 - 00:01

Fried green tomatoes are a longtime staple of Charleston Restaurant Week menus. At 82 Queen, Steven Lusby is decorating his version of the dish with grits and pickled bell peppers.

Red pepper aficionados, don't bash the green bells

2014 September 03 - 00:01

It's fashionable to pick on green bell peppers. "Most cooks deride them as bitter (and) virtually inedible," John Willoughby conceded in his spirited defense of the fruit, recently published by The New York Times. But fans of red, yellow and orange

Ground beef remains a go-to protein for busy families and make-ahead meals

2014 September 03 - 00:01

Those of us who use Facebook sometimes live others' lives - and meals - vicariously. We also share their anxieties about their child's first day at school and the pressures of balancing work and family time.

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