When museum leaders officially break ground on Charleston's International African American Museum this Friday, the much-anticipated project wi… Read more
No. 3 Clemson won, but not before grinding through a contest that featured sloppy early play from quarterback Trevor Lawrence and injuries to offensive lineman John Simpson, running back Travis Etienne and defensive tackle Xaxier Kelly. Read more
New life for previously dormant land
Tucked between neighborhoods, a commercial corridor and the interstate, property resting in the heart of North Charleston that has been mostly dormant in recent years is increasingly coming to life. Read more
Road to 2020
President Donald Trump, along with many of the top 2020 Democratic White House contenders, are coming to a historically black college in Columbia next weekend for a bipartisan forum on criminal justice reform. Read more
Officials are working to identify the person whose skeletal remains were uncovered at Westvaco Park in Hanahan on Friday.
A Charleston nonprofit is set to break ground on a new urban garden that will effectively double the size of its operation, but fundraising efforts for the project are still ongoing.
More than two years after a Johns Island couple fell under suspicion of abusing their infant son, criminal charges against them were dropped.
The pointed post, which has since been deleted, came from Sanford's Twitter account at 11:46 a.m. Friday. Read more
The Citadel and Furman have been playing each other in football since 1913, but something new will happen in Saturday's 99th edition of one of the game's oldest rivalries. Read more
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The House of Representatives is going about the proposed impeachment of Donald Trump the wrong way by failing to vote to authorize a formal inquiry and by receiving evidence that the American people cannot see from sources that remain secret. Read more
Much gratitude goes to The Post and Courier for Bo Peterson’s Oct. 11 article about the plight of birds in South Carolina due to hab… Read more
As we celebrate 40 years of service to coastal South Carolina, I want to take time to thank every person who has ever donated to Pal… Read more