Storm surge and coastal flooding has closed roads and challenged rescue teams across the Grand Strand area as Hurricane Isaias made landfall at the state border. Read more
The Lowcountry's first aquatic center containing an Olympic-size pool is open to swimmers, but it'll be some time before the state-of-the-art … Read more
Residents of South Carolina and other parts of the Deep South may be less likely to catch a red meat allergy where there are fire ants present. Read more
"People only drink for one of two reasons: to feel good, or to not feel bad," said one public health expert. Read more
The Latest on COVID-19
South Carolina reported a lower daily number of new deaths from the coronavirus on Monday than in recent weeks, along with just over 1,100 new cases.
"People only drink for one of two reasons: to feel good, or to not feel bad," said one public health expert.
News from around the state
Both Horry and Georgetown counties reported zero coronavirus-related deaths on Monday, while also seeing a dip in daily COVID-19 reported cases.
When Deb Richardson-Moore took over a downtown mission church as a first-time pastor at age 50 the place, she says, was an "insane asylum." Set to retire now at 65, Richardson-Moore has a built a community bursting with life, loving and beloved.
Weak demand and repeated plant shutdowns have hurt sales of the S60 sedan built at the Volvo campus near Ridgeville, even as the rest of the automaker's lineup has largely recovered from COVID-19 worries that kept U.S. buyers away from showrooms. Read more
South Carolina’s tax collection agency is ordering Richland County to repay nearly $32.5 million it says was misspent from the Transportation Penny Tax Program, a special fund designated for road and transportation projects. Read more
Sen. Lindsey Graham said his planned amendment to the stimulus package would allow people who have been forced into unemployment by the coronavirus pandemic to receive up to 100 percent of their previous wages in weekly government-funded benefits. Read more
Michael Tuohy, an industry consultant and longtime hospitality professional who first moved to Charleston to oversee food-and-beverage at The Dewberry, describes some of his go-to sources, and a couple of fine take-out spots. Read more
The Post and Courier’s Daily Digest columns are usually conducted as “man-on-the-street” interviews. But during the coronavirus pandemic, our readers are not on the street as much; they’re stuck at home maintaining a safe social distance. So we’re shifting this coverage to better reflect that reality. Behold: Daily Digest, self-quarantine style. Read more
One of North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey’s longtime goals has been to make his city a great place to live, work and play, and perhaps his greatest challenge has been the third objective. Read more
Like many of the readers of The Post and Courier, some of my most cherished experiences growing up in Charleston flow from the cree… Read more
A friend and I had dinner at a Folly Beach restaurant and were surprised when the waitress brought our check and told us the restaur… Read more
Here, I await yet another “important” election. If anyone thinks that every election isn’t important, it devalues their vote. This h… Read more