Gov. Henry McMaster's request for in-person classes received immediate pushback from the state's education chief, several state education groups and school districts. Read more
Educators' reopening response
More than 400 teachers in Charleston County have called on the district to provide more clarity on its plans for fall reopening.
Whether they've been a tried and true companion, an exercise buddy or just someone to love, dogs have been there, day in and day out, for many people who have relied on them perhaps now more than ever.
Isle of Palms city leaders on Wednesday, in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus, severely reduced parking on the island but will still allow beachgoers to bring coolers, chairs and umbrellas.
For some downtown Charleston restaurant owners, leaving indoor dining rooms half open and half closed was painfully emblematic of what they see as a lack of decisive action by elected officials throughout the pandemic.
The nation's largest retailer, Walmart, will mandate face coverings starting next week to try to help stem the surge of coronavirus cases across the nation. Read more
The widow of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney is part of a lawsuit filed Friday in the S.C. Supreme Court asking that the state's controversial Heritage Act be gutted because it oversteps several protections within the state's constitution. Read more
Joe Biden released a $2 trillion plan on Tuesday to boost investment in clean energy and stop all climate-damaging emissions from U.S. power plants by 2035, arguing that dramatic action is needed to tackle climate change and revive the economy. Read more
The SCHSL executive committee on Wednesday rejected a plan, proposed by Lexington Country School District 1 officials, that would have essentially flipped high school sports seasons, moving football to the spring. Read more
For some downtown Charleston restaurant owners, leaving indoor dining rooms half open and half closed was painfully emblematic of what they see as a lack of decisive action by elected officials throughout the pandemic. Read more
The residents of Belle Hall Plantation are having a virtual — and occasionally vitriolic — discussion with echoes of our ongoing national debate. Read more
Too much water is Charleston’s destiny. The living-with-water recommendations from the Dutch Dialogues can slow but cannot stop the … Read more
I must say that I underestimated the zeal that the utterance of “Black Lives Matter” would cause. Read more