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Clemson on May 5 announced defensive end Justin Foster will return to the program in 2021, a course reversal after the redshirt senior stepped away from the team Feb. 24 after a long battle with COVID-19.
Park Pizza's "Incredibowls" were just introduced last month and have been marketed as "all of the pizza, none of the crust" for the gluten-free crowd.
Real-time stats and the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak in SC and beyond, compiled by our reporters and editors. Read more
An attorney for a South Carolina man argued that her client's death sentence should be overturned because the punishment he received was excessive.
Federal Judge Joseph Dawson has asked Charleston County to amend a consulting contract that prompted a judicial ethics complaint.
Container vessels operated by the Ocean Alliance and The Alliance — shipping line consortiums that account for about 45 percent of the SPA's revenues — will now be re-routed to the Wando Welch Terminal in Mount Pleasant. Read more
The 80,000 square foot store, which will employ 50, opens on May 13. It will be the company's second store in South Carolina and first in the Upstate. Also, a Greenville home sells for nearly $6 million, and BMW Upstate is hiring. Read more
Lawyers representing a Myrtle Beach woman who was in a 2016 car accident have reached a multimillion-dollar settlement with vehicle manufacturer Hyundai, resolving a claim that a seat back failure allegedly contributed to her injuries. Read more
WASHINGTON (AP) — No. 3 House Republican Liz Cheney was clinging to her post Wednesday as pa…
The goal of the meeting was to lay out the members' initial thoughts about the proposed seawall, which would be designed by the Army Corps of Engineers to help protect downtown Charleston from storm surge during future hurricanes and tropical storms.
Before Wednesday night's game at Riley Park, Citadel assistant coach Zach Lucas walked to home plate to present a commemorative bat to Mississippi State coach Chris Lemonis. Read more
Arthur Watts is one of 16 Black barbecue makers profiled in compelling multipage sidebars seasoning Adrian Miller’s new book "Black Smoke: African Americans and the United States of Barbecue." The book is the next selection for The Post & Courier Food section book club, at which the author will discuss his work via Zoom. Read more