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Charleston RiverDogs blast West Virginia, 10-2

2016 May 24 - 00:04

The Charleston RiverDogs put on a hitting extravaganza, piling 10 runs on West Virginia to take the first of a three-game series, 10-2, in front of 5,072 at Riley Park on Monday night.


South Carolina advances to match play; Dambaugh finishes 11th

2016 May 23 - 23:26

EUGENE, Ore. — Duke freshman Virginia Elena Carter won the NCAA individual title Monday with a 3-under 69 for an eight-shot victory, and her team was among eight that advanced to match play at Eugene Country Club.


Wheeling rallies to beat Stingrays, 4-3, in OT; Game 7 Tuesday night

2016 May 23 - 23:14

Did the puck cross the goal line?


DHEC investigating James Island senior living facility after death of 80-year-old dementia resident

2016 May 23 - 20:52

The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control is investigating a James Island senior living facility after an 80-year-old resident with severe dementia wandered away and was found dead in a marsh.


Charleston County Sheriff’s Office working moped crash on Folly Road

2016 May 23 - 19:55

Charleston County sheriff’s deputies are working a moped crash on James Island.


Deaths and Funerals for Tuesday, May 24, 2016

2016 May 24 - 00:01

ALONS, Johanna,


Deaths Summary for Tuesday, May 24, 2016

2016 May 24 - 00:01

ALONS, Johanna, 83, of North Charleston, a former dentist, died Sunday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services.


Letter: Replace the school board

2016 May 24 - 00:01

The Charleston County School Board comes up $18 million short due to mismanagement by those in charge. Now the taxpayers will have to pay higher taxes in order to correct this “error.”


Letter: The Citadel unfairly besieged

2016 May 24 - 00:01

The Citadel used to offer an educational experience like none other. Young men enrolled for its strict discipline and military environment. Now, much like all our armed services, it is becoming a watered down social experiment.


Letter: Changing the Jasper rules

2016 May 24 - 00:01

For years, the Sergeant Jasper apartment building has been home to businesses and individuals alike — until the owners decided to raze the building and begin anew. They went to the City of Charleston in good faith with ordinance in hand that


Letter: Seismic surveys endanger marine life

2016 May 24 - 00:01

A recent editorial made a convincing case for not proceeding with seismic airgun surveys in the Atlantic. While these surveys help locate and characterize offshore areas with oil and gas potential, they also cause serious harm to marine life. The federal


Letter: Tobacco isn’t ‘food’

2016 May 24 - 00:01

I love food. I am one of those people who love to photograph and talk about food. I worked in the industry for over 30 years and love looking through the Wednesday food section to see the latest of local food and beverage.


Higher education must take on some crucial assignments

2016 May 24 - 00:01

As another academic year draws to a close, higher education is facing increasing criticism and scrutiny.


Hillary has to count on fear factor

2016 May 24 - 00:01

Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee. Really.


Obama’s fatalism leaves a risky legacy in the Mideast

2016 May 24 - 00:01

Surveying the wreckage of the Middle East and the fraying of Europe, President Obama understandably would like us to believe that no other policy could have worked better.


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