A portion of Harborview Road on James Island will be reduced to one lane of travel on Sunday for ongoing repairs to a sewage leak. Read more
While leaders around the state are talking a lot about the flooding brought on by global warming, few are directly addressing the root cause: carbon emissions. Read more
Student fees and tuition are not expected to go up because of the project, although the Capital Improvement Fee, which is derived from a portion of tuition, has been increased three times in the last five years. Read more
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Why Clemson and South Carolina will meet or exceed 2019 expectations, and other Palmetto State college football predictions. Read more
Staying off the streets
Billy Green of North Charleston has owned Green and Sons Painting for 47 years. Now a great grandfather, he employs his great grandchildren and great grandnephews during the summer to keep them off the streets and teach them the importance of going to work and saving money. Read more
New home developments
The first homes in a planned 357-unit community will soon rise in a new Berkeley County development. Read more
Thieves stole roughly $300,000 of palladium, a lucrative silvery-white metal, from a chemical plant in Georgetown in July.
A portion of Harborview Road on James Island will be reduced to one lane of travel on Sunday for ongoing repairs to a sewage leak.
Here's a list of museums, monuments and markers in the tri-state region where you can learn about the historic Civil Rights events in the region.
The year has already been one of striking expansion for the Charleston region's health care industry. The Medical University of South Carolina bought four out-of-town hospitals and unveiled the long-awaited Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital. Roper St. Francis is opening a 50-bed hospital in Berkeley County, the first full-service facility there in years. And Trident Health is in the midst of a $100 million update to its Summerville Medical Center. Read more
The Roosevelt Caucus, which Graham is a co-chair, is named after Republican President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, who created the U.S. Forest Service in 1905 and worked to conserve 230 million acres during his presidency. Read more
Billy Green of North Charleston has owned Green and Sons Painting for 47 years. Now a great grandfather, he employs his great grandchildren and great grandnephews during the summer to keep them off the streets and teach them the importance of going to work and saving money.
Mad Hatter's Ball was the theme for Palmetto Community Care's annual Gay Bingo fundraiser held at the Charleston Convention Center in North Charleston.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham participated in The Post and Courier’s Pints & Politics event at Joe Riley Park in Charleston.
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Though he has been away from the program since 2010, Jerry Brown says he still has a special feeling when he returns to Berkeley High’s Bonner Stadium. Read more
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First Baptist takes aim at a return trip to the SCISA title game, while Porter-Gaud welcomes a new coach. Read more
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