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A-Rod singles in first at-bat following drug suspension

2015 March 04 - 22:59

TAMPA, Fla. — Alex Rodriguez returned to the New York Yankees after an absence of more than 17 months, lining a single into short left field in his first at-bat and going 1 for 2 with a walk in a 3-1 spring-training loss to the Philadelphia

Judge bars S.C. State board from firing Elzey

2015 March 04 - 22:25

ORANGEBURG — A judge barred the trustees of financially troubled South Carolina State University from firing suspended President Thomas Elzey, noting legislators will likely fire the entire board soon.

Chefs come together for opening night party

2015 March 04 - 22:16

The Charleston Wine + Food Festival this year designed its programming to promote interactions between participants, scaling back the size of some events and adding more chef-led demos to the Culinary Village schedule. Organizers laid out last

Deaths and Funerals for Thursday, March 5, 2015

2015 March 05 - 00:01

ADAMS, Lawrence, Ridgeville

Deaths Summary for Thursday, March 5, 2015

2015 March 05 - 00:01

DOYLE, Barbara Jane, 92, of Mount Pleasant, a history archivist with Middleton Place Foundation and widow of William J. Doyle, died Monday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.

Cougars roll past Hokies

2015 March 04 - 20:42

BLACKSBURG, Va. — College of Charleston picked up an 8-3 road win over Virginia Tech in the Cougars’ first midweek action of the season Wednesday night at English Field.

Will your health costs soar? Justices to weigh in Liberal-conservative split means Obamacare subsidy case may hinge on Roberts, Kennedy

2015 March 04 - 20:07

WASHINGTON — Sharply divided along familiar lines, the Supreme Court took up a politically charged new challenge to President Barack Obama’s health overhaul Wednesday in a dispute over the tax subsidies that make insurance affordable for

Highway 61, Parsonage Road in West Ashley re-open after crash

2015 March 04 - 19:23

Highway 61 and Parsonage Road in West Ashley have re-opened following a wreck, according to Charleston Police.

Sapakoff: International Paper Classic, the pride of Georgetown

2015 March 04 - 19:22

GEORGETOWN — South Carolina’s best high school baseball tournament, a civic treasure in an old town tested by economic ups and downs in the paper and steel industries, started with small talk during a scrimmage. Fred Jordan was standing in

Inaugural Law Enforcement Expo draws hundreds to CSU

2015 March 04 - 18:33

There’s something about law enforcement that kind of gets in your blood, Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon said Wednesday, reflecting on his 40-year career while advising an auditorium filled with criminal justice students on how to achieve

Letter: Count the true cost of war

2015 March 05 - 00:01

We have been at war since 2001. Would someone please tell me how much the United States has paid in blood and treasure? The price in bombs, bullets, ships, planes, contractors, drones, tanks, shells, transportation, salaries, CIA, NSA, State Department,

Letter: Not true parents

2015 March 05 - 00:01

The headline, “Lexington father strangled his five children, warrant says,” caught my eye and my heart.

Letter: Improve the ‘Buc Dome’

2015 March 05 - 00:01

As an alumnus, former athlete and active attendee of Charleston Southern athletics, I am discouraged by the continued postponement of groundbreaking on a new arena on campus.

Letter: Answers on autism, vaccines

2015 March 05 - 00:01

Much about autism remains unknown, but science and research are unraveling its mysteries. A Feb. 21 letter to the editor communicated difficulty finding information comparing the incidence of autism in vaccinated versus unvaccinated children.

Letter: Caution on domestic violence bill

2015 March 05 - 00:01

I am in favor of any bill that protects all persons, male and female, from any form of domestic violence. Domestic violence is despicable. I have read that South Carolina voters overwhelmingly approve of banning guns from domestic abusers. Who

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