"I recently posted on Facebook an image of Hillary Clinton in black face. This was a mistake. My choice in posting the image was never malicio… Read more
"For little girls of color across this country to see someone on a national ticket that reflects their own values and appearance, creates an a… Read more
Four girls were sexually assaulted during a December melee at a South Carolina juvenile detention center, according to a lawsuit related to th… Read more
The Latest on COVID-19
Along with the usual tally of infections and deaths across the Palmetto State, the state Department of Health and Environmental Control released data on mask requirements and benefits with its daily update Wednesday.
Local artists have had to figure out how to share their music and reach a wide audience without going on tour or playing in-person shows. At the same time, they must not get lost among the oversaturated streaming market.
The compromise to move the statue from its current spot just off North Main Street to inside the gates of the Springwood Cemetery among Confederate graves was shared publicly on a Facebook Live video, with a county councilman explaining the deal.
A J. Reuben Long Detention Center detainee claims Horry County Sheriff Phillip Thompson and jail administrators are refusing to provide him with face masks and will not allow him to wear his personal mask, according to a lawsuit filed in Horry County.
From the editorial board
With a polarized Congress unable or unwilling to work together to make difficult choices, President Donald Trump has stepped in and issued executive orders extending urgently needed federal benefits and legal protections to the unemployed and people facing eviction.
The Charleston area's latest retail and restaurant developments include a new drug store, two rebranded dining establishments and a food venue that contracted. Read more
South Carolina's senior senator has recently started quietly making his future bid to take over the budget panel part of his reelection pitch, using it to motivate GOP voters and warn them about the radically different scenario if Republicans lose their Senate majority. Read more
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris delivered an aggressive one-two attack on the character and performance of President Donald Trump on Wednesday, as they made their election case for the first time as running mates. Read more
As the Big Ten and Pac-12 ended any chance of fall football in their conferences on Tuesday, South Carolina and the SEC plowed ahead. Read more
It’s not just consumers who are keen on the trend. The cash-starved hospitality industry is equally pleased by this latest addition to the souvenir merchandise category. Read more
No one needs an excuse to eat more fried chicken. From Zesto and Bernie’s broasted chicken to Drake Duck-In’s chicken sandwich, we have a rich history of fried chicken in this city. Read more
Those nasty cigarette butts don’t just trash up the beach; they also constitute the world's biggest source of ocean trash, according to several environmental and anti-smoking groups. Read more
I like to think of myself as a man of faith with a belief that God has a plan for each and everyone of us. Read more
The headline on Page A3 in the Aug. 3 Post and Courier concerning Cane Bay didn’t tell the whole story. 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