State and private labs are so backlogged that many people are waiting a week or more to hear news of whether they are among the hundreds of victims of the pandemic in South Carolina.
While 2017 will be remembered in a multitude of various ways, there's no denying it was a monumental year. It was a year that saw Donald Trump take the helm of the U.S. presidency and, seemingly, the national media focus too. The total solar eclipse ushered in a craze that swept the country …
Scallops don’t seem to demand a strict recipe to be followed, they adapt to what the cook has on hand. Once the scallops are sauteed until brown, a flavorful acid liquid such as dry vermouth, lemon juice or white wine can be added and cooked down until it is reduced, then heavy cream added. …
Steven Satterfield’s Southern Foodways Alliance symposium lunch of blue-corn nachos with black-eyed peas; smoked trout with Jimmy Red grits; duck confit succotash and sweet corn ice cream sandwiches inspired countless attendees to reach for their phones -- which in turn apparently stirred th…
Get your guacamole while you can: Avocado prices are projected to surge as the result of a strike by Mexican growers.
There are two ways to approach a masterpiece. One method involves reading up on the work’s creation, content and critical analysis prior to experiencing it, so as not to miss out on a single nuance. And then there’s the no-prep style of prep, in which you just let greatness wash over you.
A novelty food item that reportedly inspired five-block long lines at the Calgary Stampede will debut this fall at the Coastal Carolina Fair.
Summerville needs to change its motto — “Flower Town in the Pines” just doesn’t seem to fit these days.
Wednesday morning will start off with patchy and dense fog in Charleston, then forecasters say the day will be sunny and warm with a high near 85.
The Lowcountry’s interstates are fairly clear for drivers commuting Wednesday morning.
Emanuel AME’s former secretary is suing the church and the Rev. Norvel Goff for ending her employment after she questioned the handling of donations that poured into the church after a gunman killed nine worshippers.
COLUMBIA — Fresh from an off week after a trying first half to the season, South Carolina’s football players are talking about a new start. It might really feel that way if Jake Bentley trots out Saturday to take the first snap behind center.
WASHINGTON — First-time buyers may be entering the U.S. home market in greater numbers than industry watchers had assumed.
Bishop England and Oceanside Collegiate qualified for the Class AAA state golf championships with strong performances in the AAA Lower State qualifier on Monday in Loris.
MOUNT PLEASANT — A homebuilder has been ordered to stop work on five houses at Sullivan’s Pointe that would exceed the town’s height rules, although the town approved the plans and issued building permits.
The gateway between the Cooper River and Lake Moultrie will be out of service for three months except weekends starting Monday.
WASHINGTON — Airlines would be required to refund fees when checked bags are “substantially delayed” under a proposal released Tuesday by the Transportation Department, one of a series of steps the Obama administration says it’s taking to boost consumer protections for passengers.
It started with one child. An ornery first-grader named Jawan Dent who’d pitch fits to avoid doing his schoolwork.
CLEMSON — Brent Venables remembers how gassed his guys were by early December, when the Clemson defense was on fumes trying to fend off North Carolina in the 2015 ACC Championship.
Charleston has been named as the nation’s top small city for the sixth time in a row.
COLUMBIA — After completing a perfect record last season in SEC play, the South Carolina women’s basketball team has been projected to reach even more rarefied heights.
All of the Charleston food-and-beverage pros named to Zagat’s newly-released 30 Under 30 list qualify for the age-restricted designation: They have to produce photo identification before the rating guide will bestow the honor, previously awarded in cities such as New York City, San Francisco…
All lanes of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge are back open after a crash Tuesday morning, but police say to expect heavy traffic in the area.
A group of mostly white churchgoers from the Northeast gathered at Emanuel AME Church on Monday with a group of mostly black parishioners to eat and form friendships amid the divisive election season.
Mother Nature has a way of stripping away man’s myths.
COLUMBIA — Larenz Bryant has started one game in his career at South Carolina. The senior linebacker will make his second Saturday against Massachusetts.
HARTSVILLE — Speakers at a Statehouse hearing accused lawmakers of holding a series of meetings around the state largely to rally support for tightening South Carolina’s gun laws.
Charleston police are investigating a reported burglary on James Island.
The city of North Charleston and Dorchester District 2 are another step closer to having a premier aquatics center, but the price tag has gone up about $5 million.
Michael Slager’s defense team wants his murder trial moved out of the Charleston area.
The verdict is still out whether the Federal Emergency Management Agency will provide money for residents in Charleston and Berkeley counties who were impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
Forecasters remain cautious of coastal flooding as a streak of warm, sunny days continues Tuesday in Charleston.
A storm in the ocean east of the Bahamas is spinning its way into a tropical cyclone and will turn toward the Southeast coast — two weeks after Hurricane Matthew made a mess of the place.
Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin joined Bill Gates, Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg on a “first cut” list of possible vice president nominees from Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, according to an email released by WikiLeaks.
A Summerville-based maker of specialty refrigerators, freezers and cryogenic equipment has been sold to a New England company in a deal valued at $31 million.
SUMMERVILLE — A group of Dorchester County residents is trying to stop a Nov. 8 countywide referendum asking voters if they want to raise taxes to build libraries and parks.
TIMMONSVILLE, S.C. — A 20-year-old man has been arrested and charged with the shooting death last month of a teen from Timmonsville.
When Brent Thompson was coaching at Lenoir-Rhyne, he made the drive from Hickory, N.C., to Spartanburg to consult with Wofford coach Mike Ayers and his veteran offensive coordinator, triple-option guru Wade Lang.
LONDON — Ecuador’s government has acknowledged that it has “temporarily restricted” WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s internet access at its embassy in London after the whistleblowing site published documents from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign
Charleston police are asking for the public’s help in finding four people who reportedly stole items for a downtown jewelry store.
Our nation needs our help.
What: The Post and Courier will host a Career Expo, featuring information about job training and college programs and an opportunity to give your resume to potential employers, schedule interviews and make important contacts for future job openings.
Drones have buzzed all around the Carolinas in the days since Hurricane Matthew made landfall north of Charleston, hovering above beaches, bridges and homes as the region works to assess the storm’s damage.
FOLLY BEACH — This city has become the first in South Carolina to ban from the beach plastic carry-out bags, balloons, and food and drink containers made of expanded polystyrene foam or Styrofoam.
In his latest antic, Charleston’s favorite celebrity Bill Murray made an appearance at The Alley last night and signed their Ghostbusters pinball machine.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina residents told state lawmakers the unintended consequences created when a law passed to give property tax credits to homeowners is burdening landlords and small businesses.
An airman assigned to Joint Base Charleston died Sunday after crashing while riding an all-terrain vehicle.
Editor's note: The charge in this case was dropped in January 2017.
North Charleston fire officials are investigating the cause of a blaze that caused significant damage to a Dollar General.
The head of the Republican Party in Charleston County said there have been no reported threats and no reason to increase security at the party’s local election headquarters after a GOP office was attacked with a fire device in North Carolina.