The number of potential Charleston-area beachgoers increases every year, limited only by the available parking — a point of conflict between island residents and non-residents who want to enjoy the ocean. Read more
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Alfreda Levaine is the first woman from South Carolina to lead the national group in 30 years, the second in the organization's 85-year history. Read more
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This series will roll out the first weeks of August, culminating on the anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which became part of the Constitution of the United States on Aug. 18, 1920.
Summerville officials are looking to be strategic with bringing in pockets of unincorporated Dorchester County called "doughnut holes" into the town’s limits. The problem is that filling up these spaces means convincing businesses and homeowners to voluntarily join Summerville through annexation.
Two additional confirmed COVID-19 deaths of middle-aged patients were reported Sunday in Horry County, according to the Department of Health and Environmental Health.
Five months after South Carolina began reporting confirmed cases of the coronavirus, the state is nearing 100,000 confirmed cases and 2,000 related deaths.
Renovation is nearly complete on an office building in downtown Summerville while two new, three-story office buildings are in the works for 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
After raucous July Fourth, Greenville County may join area cities in limiting when fireworks can be used. Read more
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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
The Charleston Wine + Food Festival, typically held in March each year, will not take place in 2021 due to coronavirus concerns. Read more
On July 2, Gov. Henry McMaster tweeted: “Today I have directed DHEC to postpone releasing their guidelines for allowing visitation at our state’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities. We must protect the lives of our elderly and at-risk citizens and protect the lives of the front lin… Read more
We all wish things could be “as they were” in the Lowcountry: plenty of space, free parking and wide-open beaches. 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