Black South Carolinians in the Charleston area still see equal access to a quality education as an issue for students today, a challenge that … Read more
Aviation regulators say managers at Boeing's South Carolina plant pressured safety representatives and interfered with their work. Read more
An incoming Winthrop University professor could lose a job offered to her for the fall semester following a social media post containing threa… Read more
The Latest on COVID-19
The state Department of Health and Environmental Control plans to continue increasing testing opportunities throughout the Palmetto State.
School districts across the state are scrambling to hire nurses, but they're competing not only against each other but hospitals that pay much more.
News from around the state
Some say location is everything when starting a business, but timing comes in at a close second when opening at the start of a worldwide pandemic
Last year the Peace Center was denied its request to enclose the picturesque Wyche Pavilion. A legal challenge stands but there's no sign that the project will ever happen.
Along with pencils, notebooks and calculators, a new school necessity will be tax-free in South Carolina this weekend — cloth face masks. Read more
Frustrated Senate Republicans re-upped their complaints that Democratic negotiators are taking too hard a line in talks on a sweeping coronavirus relief bill, but an afternoon negotiating session brought at least modest concessions from both sides, even as an agreement appears far off. Read more
The plan's goals include more thorough community engagement, new ways to address inequity and more use of diversion, deflection and reentry programs. Read more
South Carolina offensive linemen Mark Fox and Jordan Rhodes are opting out of the upcoming season. Fox redshirted as a true freshman last year but Rhodes started 10 games at left guard. Read more
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
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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
Remember the old call to “flatten the curve”? The primary goal of school closings and stay-at-home orders and other disruptions we’ve endured since March was to prevent the coronavirus pandemic from overwhelming our hospital system. Read more
While watching the memorial for Rep. John Lewis in the Capitol Rotunda, I noticed a handful of people wearing masks with a valve. Th… Read more
I was shocked but not surprised to learn that permits meant to protect our waterways near coal plants from toxic pollutants like mer… Read more
When will the doors of South Carolina’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities open to family members who are essential to the… Read more