The H.L. Hunley submarine sat encrusted in mud, seawater and sand for nearly 140 years, and after decades of research, dives and study, it was finally raised out of the depths and into the spotlight on Aug. 8, 2000. Read more
EFFECTS OF CORONAVIRUS
In a statement Friday, North Charleston said 51 vacant positions will not be filled. Additionally, more than 125 part-time positions and 21 full-time positions will be eliminated. Read more
From the Editorial Board
The story of former Florence County Sheriff Kenney Boone is a classic American tragedy that’s hard to read, and not just because we’ve heard it too many times and know its inevitable ending:
It's part of a concerning pattern, activists said, in which locals have been demanding transparency and use-of-force oversight since Walter Scott was killed by an officer years ago.
As the academic year nears and more coronavirus cases emerge across South Carolina, officials are debating how to keep people healthy while reopening schools and businesses.
After five consecutive days with no coronavirus-related deaths, Georgetown County reported one middle-aged death on Saturday afternoon, according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
When Malone heard about the Racial Equity Institute workshops offered by the YWCA Greater Charleston, she quickly concluded that this could help prepare her staff for the hard work of educating a population of at-risk children.
Two new three-story office buildings are on the way to Charleston's upper peninsula and near Tanger Outlets in North Charleston. Read more
There will be a special Republican Primary on Aug. 18 to decide who will get the nomination to represent District 107 in the S.C. House of Representatives. Read more
South Carolinians are split on how Gov. Henry McMaster is handling the COVID-19 outbreak after the state became a national hot spot, while mostly disapproving President Donald Trump's efforts, according to a new poll released Thursday. Read more
Coastal Carolina football will have to find yet another new opponent after the Mid-American Conference postponed its fall sports season on Saturday. Read more
Suggestions No More
Earlier this summer, Frank Adams was frustrated. With the state recommending, but not mandating restaurants and other businesses to wear masks, the former South Carolina journalist and state political staffer didn’t know where he would be safe and where he wouldn’t. Read more
Need inspiration for your next meal in? We’ve asked food producers (and food fans) around town for their favorite takeout and delivery dinners. Read more
I looked at the front page of the July 30 Post and Courier and was taken aback. Read more
The U.S. census might seem unimportant when we have the coronavirus pandemic, economic calamity and civil strife to worry about, but… Read more
While watching the memorial for Rep. John Lewis in the Capitol Rotunda, I noticed a handful of people wearing masks with a valve. Th… Read more