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The streak will end on Saturday, when the Bulldogs play host to rival Wofford at noon at Johnson Hagood Stadium. Read more
'Radio isn't going away. And neither am I'
"I don't own furniture, I just have CDs," says the Charleston radio DJ whose voice has been on local air waves for almost three decades. You might know him as "The Critic."
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In 2008, a sales tax program in Berkeley County began collecting more than $200 million for road repairs. A 2014 sales tax program is expected to collect $230 million. With a lot of money available, there are a lot of road projects that have been completed and more on the horizon. Read more
Although Charleston has become a sort of a “foodie” (I can’t stand that word) “destination” (clichés should be avoided like the plague), there ain’t nothin better than going to a Waffle House when the mood strikes and the timing is right.
Rafael Dearmas, 37, died of a gunshot wound in a motel room on Savannah Highway around 11:30 Tuesday night, according to the Charleston County coroner.
The Solar Energy Industry Association called the regulators' rulings "egregious." And the Conservation Voters of South Carolina referred to the decisions as a "doomsday scenario" for the industry.
A North Charleston maritime company is expanding its port-related business by adding 22 jobs through a $14 million investment. Read more
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Every year since sometime around World War II, the Damon Hunt Club has hosted a Thanksgiving picnic for its members; their families and an assorted group of in-laws and trusted acquaintances. The hunt hasn’t happened since the 1960s. But the picnic endures. Read more
When Paula and Sam Kramer heard Baguette Magic was for sale, their initial reaction was to pass on the James Island bakery. Then the sisters thought back on the lessons they’d learned at FAB, a Charleston-based workshop designed to empower women in the hospitality industry. Read more
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg handily defeated City Councilman Mike Seekings in a runoff election on Tuesday, earning more than 60 percent of the vote.
First, my congratulations to the four newly elected members of the Mount Pleasant Town Council. Read more
The education reform legislation to be considered by the General Assembly is disappointing. Read more
In a Nov. 10 Post and Courier editorial, the editors wrote about the sewer disaster in the town of Hollywood. Read more