For the one-year anniversary of the first COVID-19 cases in South Carolina on March 6, The Post and Courier interviewed six hospital employees as they were ending their shifts. Read more
EFFECTS OF PANDEMIC
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GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT
The new Embassy Suites is among the first components of the $325 million Ferry Wharf development taking shape near Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum. Read more
The Berlin G. Myers Parkway project has been in development for decades. The revised application for the final phase was previously submitted in 2018. Read more
Real-time stats and the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak in SC and beyond, compiled by our reporters and editors. Read more
When South Carolina announced its first two cases on March 6, 2020, the nation had tallied 437 infections and 26 deaths — total. Months later, Charleston County would log that many cases in a day, that many deaths in a week. And the worst was yet to come.
While the ship was supposed to be decommissioned by the military, it was brought back into active service and named for Robert Smalls — an enslaved man from Beaufort who became a Civil War hero and congressman.
Charleston County sheriff's deputies are asking for the public's help in finding a man and woman suspected of impersonating animal control officers and stealing a mother dog and her puppies from a Johns Island home last month.
The FBI believes the Hollywood foundation's leader spent some of the taxpayer funds the organization received last year on travel, luxury goods and kickbacks to associates. Read more
The S.C. Republican Party plans to host its first-ever "CPAC-like" gathering — likely to be held in Myrtle Beach this October or November — that would be visible enough to draw in as many as the early GOP contenders as possible. Read more
Gov. Henry McMaster is no longer requiring face coverings to be worn in state buildings or in restaurants. But that doesn't mean people can di… Read more
Senate Majority Leader Shane Massey wants to sell off two state-owned planes, calling it a political perk that's a waste of taxpayers' money. Read more
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Biden was committed to working with Congress to "ensure that the authorizations for the use of mili… Read more
U.S. District Judge Mary Geiger Lewis' extension runs through March 19. Her original order, issued last month, had been set to expire at midni… Read more
Volvo's ambitious plans to build only all-electric vehicles by 2030 will give the automaker's Charleston-area plant a charge. Read more
Some 5,400 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine were doled out at the largest single-day vaccination event in South Carolina to date, with emotions running high — but in a positive direction. Read more
Charleston’s first encounter with plastic pellet pollution has ended about as well as could be hoped, with an exporter agreeing to pay $1 million into a fund for improving water quality in Charleston Harbor and to implement changes that should reduce the chance of future spills like the one … Read more