Gov. Henry McMaster asked South Carolina's public health agency to report COVID-19 cases among school students and staff as classes resume next week. Read more
Food section selections
We’ve sorted 24 quintessential restaurant menu items into the categories of “Make It,” “Take It” and “Mail Order It,” with specific suggestions for making your dish dreams come true in the greater Charleston area. Think of it as the dining equivalent to “Kiss, Marry, Kill.”
Corrie and Shuai Wang own Jackrabbit Filly in North Charleston and spoke to The Post and Courier about their go-to take-out spots while they were on a recent Costco run.
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News from the grand strand
The S.C. Department of Education approved Horry County Schools reopening plan Monday, contingent upon the district reworking its plan that reevaluates the in-person option every two weeks, according to the letter from the state agency.
The patient support partner can be any adult designated by the patient. Each patient may designate one support partner for the length of their hospital stay.
The project had been tied up in court since mid-2018 after two competitors challenged the expansion. They could throw up more legal roadblocks. Read more
Clemson signed 6-10 Lynn Kidd last week, bolstering a group that already included fellow four-star big men Olivier-Maxence Prosper and P.J. Hall, the latter being the state's top recruit. Read more
Corrie and Shuai Wang own Jackrabbit Filly in North Charleston and spoke to The Post and Courier about their go-to take-out spots while they were on a recent Costco run. Read more
During the coronavirus pandemic, our readers are not on the street as much; they’re stuck at home maintaining a safe social distance. Behold: Daily Digest, self-quarantine style. Read more
Airbus has offered to give up loan subsidies from Spain and France for the Airbus A350, which competes directly with the Boeing 787 assembled in North Charleston. The company said this gesture should settle the long-running Airbus-Boeing dispute over illegal government subsidies and that the… Read more
I’m sounding the alarm. We’re amid a child care crisis that will have long-term effects on the vitality of our community and economy. Read more
We all wish things could be “as they were” in the Lowcountry: plenty of space, free parking and wide-open beaches. Read more