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Steve Benjamin: From the mayor’s office in Columbia to the main stage in Philadelphia

2016 July 26 - 21:02

PHILADELPHIA — On Monday night, television viewers of the Democratic National Convention wondered, who was the bespectacled African-American man sitting next to former President Bill Clinton?

Greek tanker crewman denied permission to leave S.C. over extradition worries in pollution case

2016 July 26 - 17:57

A Greek national who has been detained in South Carolina for more than six months will not be allowed to travel to his home country while he awaits trial on charges that he violated pollution laws as the chief engineer on a chemical tanker.

Baltusrol last chance for 2016 major for ‘Big Three’

2016 July 26 - 17:54

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Rory McIlroy took stock of his game and the shots required at Baltusrol and reached a most logical conclusion Tuesday. He believes the PGA Championship will be his best chance this year to win a major.

Patriots Point, DNR to build oyster reef near Mount Pleasant tourist attraction

2016 July 26 - 17:53

A popular Mount Pleasant tourist attraction will join with the state Wednesday to build an oyster reef.

Clemson, FSU both in playoff? It might take ‘a perfect storm’

2016 July 26 - 17:48

CHARLOTTE — More than any other head-to-head matchup in the country, Clemson-Florida State has consistently been a de facto conference championship game, and a national championship elimination affair.

School district seeks to rein in lengthy, costly teacher appeal process

2016 July 26 - 17:23

The Charleston County School Board has burned through hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars by failing to hold appeal hearings in a timely fashion for teachers whose contracts have not been renewed.

Sweeney’s grand slam powers RiverDogs to 10-2 rout of Hagerstown

2016 July 26 - 16:54

HAGERSTOWN, Md. — Charleston first baseman Kane Sweeney hit his first two professional home runs, including a first-inning grand slam, as the RiverDogs routed the Hagerstown Suns, 10-2, in South Atlantic League baseball Tuesday morning at

High school football is the ‘last sacred cow,’ coaches say

2016 July 26 - 16:53

High school football is “the last sacred cow,” coach Steve LaPrad of defending state champion Fort Dorchester told coaches at the S.C. Athletic Coaches Association’s annual clinic on Tuesday.

Dispatch: Child taken to hospital after falling into pond

2016 July 26 - 16:48

A child was taken to the hospital Tuesday after falling into a North Charleston pond, according to dispatch officials.

Sunset Cay Social Club on Folly River draws city, state opposition

2016 July 26 - 17:00

FOLLY BEACH — State and city regulators are challenging the legality of Sunset Cay Social Club on the Folly River.

Boeing’s slower payments have some aerospace suppliers crying foul

2016 July 26 - 16:16

Boeing Co.’s new practice of waiting until its bills are months past due before paying them is already having an impact on at least two of the aerospace giant’s suppliers.

Charleston police searching for two wanted on drug distribution charges

2016 July 26 - 16:12

Charleston police are searching for a man and a woman wanted on drug distribution charges.

Sermet’s opening James Island location on Aug. 1

2016 July 26 - 16:15

Sermet’s will open its James Island location on Aug. 1 with a menu that owner Sermet Aslan says reflects the best of Sermet’s Courtyard on Daniel Island.

Local oysters might be served in summer

2016 July 26 - 16:11

Your mother always told you, only eat oysters in a month with an “r.” The state Legislature might be about to tell you different.

Camp Hall sewer lines to follow Interstate 26

2016 July 26 - 15:42

MONCKS CORNER — Sewage pipes from the Camp Hall industrial site in rural Berkeley County will not follow the path of U.S. Highway 176 or Jedburg Road, helping to preserve the rural lifestyle Lebanon residents are striving to protect.