For several years, South Carolina's prison officials have worked toward reducing the population of incarcerated people and on fortifying programs meant to provide job training, education and other services for inmates close to release. Read more
The larger-than-life New York City-based jazz trumpeter and baritone horn player was arguably the last to perform in the Jenkins Orphanage tradition.
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The organization celebrated its grand opening with a cookout and music before holding a ribbon cutting ceremony July 31 at the nonprofit's headquarters at 2025 Reynolds Ave.
A collision forced authorities to briefly close all lanes of traffic on the Ashley River Bridge leading into downtown Charleston, but they were reopened about 11:45 a.m.
David Lance Dukes, 38, was taken into custody July 31 and booked into the Orangeburg County Detention Center. He later was released on bail.
For several years, South Carolina's prison officials have worked toward reducing the population of incarcerated people and on fortifying programs meant to provide job training, education and other services for inmates close to release.
Cynthia Bennett will lead efforts to promote equity, and inclusion and assist businesses interested in diversifying their workforces. Read more
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addressed a sold-out state GOP dinner, hours after officially endorsing Gov. Henry McMaster's re-election bid. Read more
The first flight evacuating Afghans who worked alongside Americans in Afghanistan brought more than 200 people, including scores of children a… Read more
The Senate advanced a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure plan on Friday with a bipartisan group of senators helping it clear one more hurdle a… Read more
In a memo dated Friday, Justice's Office of Legal Counsel said the committee chairman "has invoked sufficient reasons for requesting the forme… Read more
A nationwide eviction moratorium is set to expire Saturday after President Joe Biden and Democrats in Congress worked furiously but ultimately… Read more
In the 24 hours after Samantha Josephson was abducted from in front of a Five Points bar in Columbia, and later found murdered, friends and investigators pieced together her whereabouts and were led to Nathaniel Rowland. Read more
As residential and commercial development continues to boom along West Georgia Road, the project is intended to alleviate traffic and increase safety for drivers and pedestrians. Read more
Charcuterie boards are no longer subject to the confines of a wooden tray filled with cheeses, cured meats and perhaps a cluster of grapes or pile of pickles on the side. Read more
The College of Charleston abandoned a sensible COVID-19 mitigation policy when S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson suggested that requiring monthly testing for unvaccinated students somehow violated the state ban on vaccine mandates. It didn't, and the college was wrong to fold, endangering students and the Charleston community. Read more