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RiverDogs make splash in 2-1 win over Greenville

2015 July 28 - 17:08

The Charleston RiverDogs squeezed out a 2-1 victory in the series finale against the Greenville Drive on Tuesday afternoon’s Big Splash Day in front of 4,060 fans, mainly summer camp kids, at Riley Park.

Clate Schmidt returns to Clemson with ‘grand outlook on life’ after battling cancer

2015 July 28 - 17:07

CLEMSON — Two pesky strands of hair cling to the collar of Clate Schmidt’s orange polyester polo, and another rests on his shoulder.

Man wanted for July 17 fatal shooting arrested by SWAT Team in North Charleston

2015 July 28 - 16:59

A North Charleston resident suspected of fatally shooting a 30-year-old man on July 17 was arrested Tuesday after the North Charleston Police Department SWAT Team responded to a house he was believed to be in.

Microsoft’s free Windows 10 giveaway: What that means

2015 July 28 - 16:54

SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system debuts Wednesday, as the longtime leader in PC software hopes that giving the upgrade away for free will help it carve out a new role in a world where people increasingly rely on

Coosawhatchie River corridor tract protected

2015 July 28 - 16:49

HAMPTON — More than 12,000 acres including seven miles along streams has been put into conservation easement by The Nature Conservancy, the latest piece in an emerging network of riverland wildlife corridors across the Lowcountry.

Norfolk Southern and Operation Lifesaver team up to educate Charleston on train track safety

2015 July 28 - 16:49

The train shook slightly as it cruised over iron tracks through rural South Carolina, and Mark Kalina Jr. gripped the seat next to him. At first glance, it was easy to miss that he was balancing on two prosthetic legs.

Operation Move-Out begins Thursday on peninsula

2015 July 28 - 16:12

The city of Charleston and College of Charleston have formed a partnership for Operation Move-Out to better manage trash removal in the public right of way.

Rand Paul says Senate will vote on federal aid to Planned Parenthood

2015 July 28 - 16:06

WASHINGTON — The Senate will vote before its August recess on an effort to block federal aid to Planned Parenthood, presidential hopeful Sen. Rand Paul said Tuesday.

Melvin’s Barbecue employee robbed in Mount Pleasant

2015 July 28 - 15:55

Mount Pleasant police are investigating an armed robbery reported Monday of a Melvin’s Barbecue employee.

Legislative panel questions officials about dueling Statehouse rallies

2015 July 28 - 15:26

Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott on Tuesday questioned “the wisdom” of allowing the KKK and the Black Educators for Justice to hold rallies at the South Carolina Statehouse on the same say.

Popular single-stream recycling program in Charleston County has some downsides

2015 July 28 - 15:10

Charleston County’s All-In-One recycling program, which allows people to place all of their recyclables in one large blue roll cart instead of separating them, has been wildly popular, and is one of the bright spots of county government. The

Shots fired at car with man inside on James Island

2015 July 28 - 14:56

Shots were fired at a car with a man inside it on James Island early Sunday, according to the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office.

Hillary Clinton won’t take a position on Keystone pipeline

2015 July 28 - 14:22

NASHUA, N.H. — Hillary Clinton says she will not take a position on the Keystone XL pipeline until she becomes president, citing her work on the issue as secretary of state.

Beyond brown bags: Tips for another year of packed lunches

2015 July 28 - 14:10

There was a time when a lunch box was just that, a box into which your parents packed your lunch.


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