A magnitude 5.1 earthquake near Sparta, N.C., was felt in the Upstate, but South Carolina has its own earthquake risk, particularly in the Charleston region. Read more
More than 10 years after Charleston County's public housing agency took out a loan to make improvements to 70-year-old Joseph Floyd Manor, tha… Read more
South Carolina surpassed 100,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus on Monday. Read more
The once-familiar CresCom name has been replaced with United Bank's signage at all of the former lender's 73 branches. The central element of … Read more
The Latest on COVID-19
We’ve sorted 24 quintessential restaurant menu items into the categories of “Make It,” “Take It” and “Mail Order It,” with specific suggestions for making your dish dreams come true in the greater Charleston area. Think of it as the dining equivalent to “Kiss, Marry, Kill.”
The latest round of approvals Monday by state Superintendent Molly Spearman mean all 81 of South Carolina's school districts are cleared to proceed with their reopening plans, which are a mix of in-classroom and online instruction.
News from the Upstate
With just a quarter of students in schools at a time, class sizes will be 8 for middle and high school students and 5 to 7 at the elementary level. This allows teachers to assign students to desks at least 6 feet apart from each other.
From the editorial board
It was July 16 when South Carolina passed a once-unimaginable milestone, with more than 1,000 COVID-19 deaths. By Tuesday, just 26 days later, another 1,000 of our neighbors likely will be dead from the novel coronavirus.
A last-minute appeal from one of South Carolina's top politicians failed to sway state Supreme Court's justices, who unanimously rejected a request to reconsider their previous ruling in a lawsuit over whether Charleston residents can oppose a new cruise ship terminal. Read more
Angela Clyburn will formally announce her candidacy Tuesday morning in downtown Columbia on a street recently named after her mother, Emily. Read more
The College of Charleston suspended all fall sports competition and hopes those teams will be able to compete in the spring. Read more
Corrie and Shuai Wang own Jackrabbit Filly in North Charleston and spoke to The Post and Courier about their go-to take-out spots while they were on a recent Costco run. Read more
During the coronavirus pandemic, our readers are not on the street as much; they’re stuck at home maintaining a safe social distance. Behold: Daily Digest, self-quarantine style. Read more
It’s encouraging to see Charleston County Council recognize the seriousness of one of this region’s biggest problems, a lack of affordable housing. And it’s encouraging that County Council is poised to take a meaningful step toward addressing it: creating a new income stream that would raise… Read more
I’m sounding the alarm. We’re amid a child care crisis that will have long-term effects on the vitality of our community and economy. 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