A winter storm watch has been issued for the Charleston tri-county area and inland Colleton County. Forecasters foresee frozen precipitation to hit the region beginning the afternoon of Jan. 21, causing icy roads and power outages. Read more
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
Maryam Ghaznavi and Raheel Gauba are husband-and-wife entrepreneurs who have grown their business from scratch during the pandemic. They spoke with food and dining editor Parker Milner about satisfying a craving for different cuisine in Charleston.
SCHOOLS GO VIRTUAL
Students at Charleston County School District, Berkeley County School District and Dorchester District Two will participate in virtual learning on Jan. 21.
The Columbia area can expect ice and possible snow as a cold front moves through, forecasters say.
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STORIES WE'RE FOLLOWING IN 2022
The first COVID-19 case in South Carolina was detected on March 6, 2020. This new yearmay be when predictions of a world forever altered begin to take shape. What the future looks like will be dictated by lots of little decisions — policies in schools, rules at concert venues, social norms in bars and restaurants — that add up to our day-to-day lives. Read more
The cost of fixing flooding in Charleston has bloomed to some $3 billion in total, city officials say — a price tag for solutions from cleaning out plugged drainage systems to new, deep tunnels and a wall that could deflect hurricane waves from the downtown peninsula. Read more
Bail for disgraced attorney Alex Murdaugh was set at $7 million as he faces dozens of charges accusing him of funneling clients’ money into a personal bank account. Read more
One day after the University of South Carolina's preferred pick dropped out of the running for the school's top job, trustees met to weigh their options Dec. 6. Read more