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Cougars' Cassidy named CAA Cross Country Runner of the Week

2014 October 22 - 22:32

College of Charleston sophomore cross country student-athlete Carlee Cassidy was named Colonial Athletic Association Runner of the Week.

Charleston police release photos of suspect after Johns Island tractor theft

2014 October 22 - 22:13

Police have released photos of a suspect after a $50,000 tractor was stolen from a Johns Island landscaping company earlier this month.

Porter-Gaud wins fifth consecutive state volleyball title

2014 October 22 - 21:56

Porter-Gaud's volleyball team has one for the thumb.

Academic Magnet council asks for apology from school district

2014 October 22 - 21:38

In the wake of last week's interrogation of Academic Magnet football players by Charleston County School District officials, the school's School Improvement Council has asked for an apology from the district and Superintendent Nancy McGinley.

Film highlights prevalence of child sex crimes

2014 October 22 - 21:22

Forcing children to have sex for money is just as much of a problem in Charleston as in most other major cities around the nation, 9th Circuit Solicitor Scarlett Wilson said at a screening of a film on the subject Wednesday afternoon in Mount Pleasant.

Swinney stance on not allowing players to get paid for autographs: Avoid 'the wild, wild West'

2014 October 22 - 20:57

CLEMSON - Dabo Swinney has never wavered from his stance that college football players should not be compensated for their efforts.

Deaths and Funerals for Thursday, October 23, 2014

2014 October 23 - 00:01


Deaths Summary for Thursday, October 23, 2014

2014 October 23 - 00:01

BRADLEY, Chad Jerome, of North Charleston died Tuesday. Arrangements by Hilton's Mortuary.

The right call on Walpole

2014 October 23 - 00:01

Charleston County School Superintendent Nancy McGinley acted wisely Wednesday by reversing another district official's decision to fire Bud Walpole from his coaching jobs at Academic Magnet High School.

Letters to the Editor for Thursday, Oct. 23

2014 October 23 - 00:01

John Muir (1838-1914) was a Scottish-born American naturalist who traveled through most of the American wilderness alone, on foot, without a gun or sleeping bag. His writings led to the preservation of Yosemite and other National Parks.

In accepting an accolade, accept a challenge

2014 October 23 - 00:01

Stop it, Conde Nast Traveler, you're making us blush. Being named the "Best Tourist City in the United States" by the magazine's readers for the fourth year in a row is almost too much.

Scientific secrets, finally solved

2014 October 23 - 00:01

Have you heard the one about the scientist who steps on a banana peel and wins an award for research showing that banana peels are especially slippery?

Tax reform, water, criminal records issues taking a backseat in governor's race

2014 October 22 - 20:22

This year's gubernatorial race has featured much talk about jobs, economic development, crumbling roads, health care and education, but whoever wins will have several issues on their plate when their term starts in January.

Wings of the past; World War II planes flying over Charleston

2014 October 22 - 20:05

JOHNS ISLAND - The high altitude flights were so cold the crew wore heated suits and taking off a glove to fix a machine gun could freeze your hand to the metal. A single direct hit from the enemy could set the entire B-24 bomber on fire in seconds.

Fifth-best is nice, but Clemson defense won't rest until it's No. 1

2014 October 22 - 20:00

CLEMSON - Oh, how long ago that Georgia game seems.

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