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RiverDogs fall to Drive

2014 August 20 - 23:01

GREENVILLE - A six-run deficit was too much to overcome for the Charleston RiverDogs in a 7-2 loss to the Greenville Drive on Wednesday night at Fluor Field in South Atlantic League action.


Four charged in Moncks Corner meth bust

2014 August 20 - 22:15

Four people were arrested Wednesday after Berkeley County deputies said they found meth lab components in Moncks Corner.


Planning Commission recommends one-year moratorium on new bars in entertainment district

2014 August 20 - 21:08

The city's Planning Commission on Wednesday balked at a proposed plan for a three-year moratorium on new bars that can stay open past midnight in the peninsula's entertainment district, and instead will recommend that City Council approve a one-year


2014 August 20 - 20:51


Charleston Animal Society offering free adoptions to ease overcrowding

2014 August 20 - 20:45

The Charleston Animal Society is offering free adoptions through Sunday to relieve overcrowding.


College of Charleston considers bringing back Bobby Cremins; Anthony Johnson would be 'coach in waiting'

2014 August 20 - 19:29

The hunt for a new basketball coach at the College of Charleston took a surprising turn Wednesday as the school's search committee considered the return of former coach Bobby Cremins, The Post and Courier has learned.


Deaths and Funerals for Thursday, August 21, 2014

2014 August 21 - 00:01

ADDISON, Harriet,


Deaths Summary for Thursday, August 21, 2014

2014 August 21 - 00:01

CROOK, Sara Maxcey, 91, of North Charleston, a retired security officer supervisor with the Naval Weapons Station and widow of Harlan D. Crook, died Tuesday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home of Summerville.


Charleston police says suspects had collection of stolen goods

2014 August 20 - 18:51

Charleston police are looking for two people they say had a collection of stolen goods in their apartment.


California drought will hit Americans in the palate

2014 August 21 - 00:01

WASHINGTON - California is suffering an epic drought. It's not the worst drought the state has ever had, but it's certainly the worst drought the state has ever had while housing tens of millions of residents and containing a significant fraction of U.S.


Fed up with cupcake cops and regulating 'everything'

2014 August 21 - 00:01

WASHINGTON - In physics, a unified field theory is an attempt to explain with a single hypothesis the behavior of several fields. Its political corollary is the Cupcake Postulate, which explains everything, from Missouri to Iraq, concerning Americans'


Clarify the Iraq mission

2014 August 21 - 00:01

President Barack Obama's policy of military action to counter the advance of the Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL) in Iraq is gaining public - and international - support. Our allies in Britain, France and even Germany appear increasingly inclined to join, or


Public debate required on RDA

2014 August 21 - 00:01

Charleston County Council today is expected to discuss the dicey situation created by Chairman Teddie Pryor last week when he declared that the county had severed its 19-year relationship with the Charleston Regional Development Alliance. Council


Letters to the Editor, Thursday, Aug. 21

2014 August 21 - 00:01

As a result of extraordinary efforts by governments, industry and conservation groups, some 12,500 acres have recently been saved from exploitation by development. This acreage is comprised of the Keystone tract (4,500 acres abutting the national forest


Sheheen calls for transparency at DSS

2014 August 20 - 18:38

COLUMBIA - Democratic gubernatorial candidate Vincent Sheheen called for more transparency at the Department of Social Services on Wednesday, while citing stories by The Post and Courier that highlighted issues with the state's welfare to work program.


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