A study published in April found more than 35 percent of the general population in China suffered from anxiety during the height of the pandemic.
The state had required a witness signature for absentee voters, which several plaintiffs argued in two separate lawsuits would pose an unneces… Read more
As of Sunday, 171,034 residents had been tested for COVID-19, surpassing the state's goal of 110,000 tests performed in May. About 53,000 Sout… Read more
Efforts to reform South Carolina's judicial system in the state Senate and House of Representatives have stalled, but they're not dead, lawmakers say. Read more
COVID-19 & tech
An interface built by Google and Apple Inc. will be bringing technology to South Carolinians that will aid in efforts by public health workers to trace coronavirus cases and help prevent future outbreaks. Read more
'We had no idea this was going to happen'
Bicycle purchases soared when the coronavirus pandemic kept people away from workplaces, to the point that some Charleston area shops ran out of bikes to sell. Read more
BEYOND THE HEADLINES
Ideally, the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals will agree with the city of Charleston that its testing of tour guides passes constitutional muster. The process provides quality assurance for visitors looking for a level of competency and knowledge as they learn about the city’s history.
The transaction involving Columbia-based South State comes on the heels of the May 1 sale of Charleston's CresCom franchise to a West Virginia lender. Read more
Just over a century ago, McMaster's great-uncle oversaw the Columbia chapter of the American Red Cross as it helped the state combat the Spanish Flu, including by distributing a dubious remedy: whiskey. Read more
Mount Pleasant resident Joyce Sireno chooses not to know if she has Huntington’s disease, a deadly fatal genetic disorder that causes a steady breakdown of nerve cells in the brain. Read more
Latest posts in sports
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
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn’s office has decided to hold off on announcing any details of this year’s famed fish fry until a decision has been made regarding the S.C. Democratic Party’s convention. Read more
The Humanities Foundation of Mount Pleasant has found a way where others haven’t — to make over the East Side’s old Henry P. Archer School into 88 affordable housing units for people 55 and older. Read more
I enjoy a good contradiction. Hampton Park is an urban tranquil green sanctuary, as noted by a May 10 commentary, “Olmsted’s living … Read more
I am 71 years old and have asthma. The threat of COVID-19 is more real to me than most. Read more
COVID-19 is not the apocalypse many religious people have been expecting, when God brings about the end of the world in a battle bet… Read more