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Big bats, polished pitching help RiverDogs skunk Drive

2014 August 27 - 22:53

Gabe Encinas, Chaz Hebert, Chad Taylor and Eric Ruth combined for a three-hit shutout in an 8-0 Charleston RiverDogs victory over the Greenville Drive on Wednesday in front of 4,984 fans at Riley Park in South Atlantic League action.

Mount Pleasant residents offer ideas on two big recreation projects

2014 August 27 - 21:21

MOUNT PLEASANT - With a brilliant sun setting over the Cooper River beyond Memorial Waterfront Park, residents turned out en masse Wednesday to give input on two large quality-of-life projects coming down the town's pike.

Berkeley County man gets three years after beating woman

2014 August 27 - 20:53

A Berkeley County man who severely beat a woman was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday, according to the 9th Circuit Solicitor's Office.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry rallies state GOP in Columbia

2014 August 27 - 20:38

COLUMBIA - As Texas Gov. Rick Perry slapped backs and snapped photos with the Republican faithful on a muggy Wednesday night, he addressed the elephant in the room - a Texas A&M embroidered shirt underneath his brown blazer.

Patience makes perfect: Starter Steward, Tigers ready for prime time in larger roles

2014 August 27 - 20:26

CLEMSON - Tony Steward opened with a chuckle, recalling a happy memory of high school. The last game of high school, specifically. The last time he started a football game.

Letters to the Editor for Thursday, Aug. 28

2014 August 27 - 19:03

Thanks to The Post and Courier investigative reporters who revealed the disturbing lack of state laws that could help prevent hideous domestic violence toward women.

2014 August 27 - 18:43

Inside the game: No. 21 Texas A&M at No. 9 South Carolina

2014 August 27 - 18:22

On paper, it's one of the tougher openers South Carolina has faced in some time, with a ranked opponent coming to Williams-Brice Stadium to kick off the season. Although all eyes are already on that SEC East showdown against Georgia in two weeks, this 6

Summerville home to be featured on DIY Network

2014 August 27 - 18:21

Trent Fasnacht, a local contractor with a passion for renovating old homes, will be featured on the DIY Network's "American Rehab Charleston," airing at 11 p.m. Thursday.

Six arrested in Charleston East Side drug sweep

2014 August 27 - 18:20

A drug crackdown on Charleston's East Side last week netted six arrests, according to police.

Lawmakers consider changes to criminal records expungement process

2014 August 27 - 18:04

COLUMBIA - Lawmakers spent more than three hours on Wednesday listening to pleas from folks who are for and against streamlining - and potentially expanding - the criminal records expungement process.

Arrest made after King Street apartment burglary in Charleston

2014 August 27 - 17:51

An arrest has been made after an apartment on King Street was burglarized last week.

S.C. House overrules one veto, sustains another in special session

2014 August 27 - 17:12

COLUMBIA - The S.C. House took up Gov. Nikki Haley's vetoes of two bills on Wednesday, one that cracks down on unruly library patrons and another that would have raised the property tax rate in a district of Murrells Inlet.

Sapakoff: New SEC quarterbacks make things easier for young South Carolina secondary

2014 August 27 - 17:09

COLUMBIA - Steve Spurrier points out that having a new guy at quarterback hasn't been such a terrible thing lately.

Goose Creek man wounded by gunfire dies, police looking for leads

2014 August 27 - 17:07

A man who was wounded by gunfire at a Goose Creek apartment complex earlier this month has died.

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