Four candidates for Charleston mayor walk into City Hall …
Cheated out of an expected presidential bid – literally – Mark Sanford says now, a decade later, it might be his moment to hit the trail.
For real, this time.
Gene Sapakoff column: Who are the leading candidates to give Clemson a good fight? And other questions heading into the annual ACC Football Kickoff event
Traffic will likely be a bear for most of the week, so plan your commute accordingly.
We’ve all done it. Taken our phones out for a quick email check at a stoplight. Scrolled through Instagram or returned a text while waiting for school to let out. Or researched our next kitche…
It’s fairly common for me to explore topics here that cause us to pause and remember. Some of that is simply a product of getting older, I suppose. I seem to spend an inordinate amount of time…
Prime Day begins July 15 and Amazon and other retailers will be promising great bargains, which can save money but also prompt unfortunate impulse purchases.
Developed by researchers in North Charleston, the fireproof material was used on the boot soles and heels of the NASA crew's spacesuits.
Just when he’d reached the peak of his popularity among Republican primary voters, practically assuring himself of another term, our senior senator had to mouth off and sound all reasonable.
Powdery mildew is one of the few diseases that is worse in dry weather than in wet weather.
In many of the patients who present to me, the initial blood and urine tests are completely normal. However, there is significant disease throughout their bodies.
Summerville Mayor Wiley Johnson says he won’t seek a second term this year, and that has all of Flowertown talking.
Spurred by new efforts to create artist-friendly guidelines for public art in Charleston, this column explores the benefits and current challenges in this city.
So, when President Donald Trump made Nikki Haley an offer she couldn’t refuse, he may have been settling some family business.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was in Charleston in late 2015 paying tribute to a friend of his, former Mayor Joe Riley, as the latter was wrapping up 40 years of mayoral service. The gala ev…
Donald Trump predicted this Madness.
Well, this is just what southwestern Berkeley County needs — another 5,700 homes for volunteer firefighters to protect.
This strategy echoes the advice of Teddy Roosevelt who said, “Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.”
Harambee Dance Company, a New York based African American dance company, celebrates its 25th Anniversary with an “Evening of Dance”. One night on place on Saturday, July 6, 2019, 6p.m. at James Island Charter High School Theater, Charleston, SC.
Everybody’s life narrative has losses, hurts and diminishments. The goal of memory work is to overcome obstacles and to be at home with ourselves again.
When my mind wanders, and that’s not an occasional happening, I often wonder what makes certain humans do what they do. That train of thought often makes a stop along the tracks when I look at…
Charleston has a long tradition of slowing down its arts scene in the summer days following Spoleto. But it may well be that these days, there is no compelling reason for a Charleston summer to be a cultural bummer.
Shares of publicly traded companies based in the Palmetto State climbed about 19% through June, edging out the S&P 500.
Neither Sam nor Jane expected to experience that depth of love again. “That being said,” Sam told how, “a different kind of love can be found in one’s eighties, and Jane and I have found it.”
Republicans are already lining up to challenge congressman Joe Cunningham, apoplectic that they lost the 1st District seat last year to a Democrat.
When it comes to fruit trees, there aren't many that can rival the loquat in terms of production and adaptability.
Mike Mooneyham wrestling column: A tribute to County Hall, a magical place for professional wrestling fans in Charleston.
The South Carolina Gamecocks' top 10 wide receivers, starting with a Sterling Sharpe vs. Alshon Jeffery debate and ending with tough cuts
The survivors will tell these stories for generations.
Compiling a list of Clemson top 10 wide receivers means grappling with the passing fancy of different football eras
It was a simple and unexpected treat that we experienced years ago during an overseas trip to Norway. The natural scenery is some of the finest in the world, and we got more than our share of …
Charleston officials ask residents to give 'em a call when their house floods — and yes, that’s when, not if.
Pamela Drukerman starts "Bringing Up Bébé" by explaining how she ended up in Paris, newly married and pregnant. She soon discovered that her new French neighbors approached pregnancy much differently than Americans generally do.
The creamy Southern condiment got its start in 1917, when an entrepreneurial Upstate woman turned a home recipe into a thriving business that’s still going strong.
Real faith is relation-based, not fear-based.
Gene Sapakoff column: More protective netting is necessary as pitch speed, bat exit velocity and fan distractions increase, and that's not all; pitchers need mandatory extra protection from high school to the majors before someone gets killed.
State Sen. Gerald Malloy recently suggested it’s time for voters to decide whether South Carolina is finally game for casinos.
Despite the name, Canada geese aren’t going back to Canada.
This essay details the critical approach of Arts Critic Maura Hogan.
At Woolfe Street Playhouse, The Village Rep presents a reprise production of the musical about country music legend Johnny Cash.
The loud sounds that you can not only hear, but feel, to pets are a threat.
Nikki Haley was in Jerusalem this week, attending a conference on U.S.-Israel relations, visiting the Western Wall — and polishing her image as a world leader.
Meanwhile, 6,000 miles away, other folks were doing their best to make her one.
Tinkerers are interesting people and I’m highly envious of them. Why? Because my handiness around the house is literally so bad that a mindless project such as watering the flowers is all it t…
South Carolina Democrats feel pretty good about this past weekend.
Grandmothers do their fair share of running here and there to stay active and connected to their personal lives and to their children’s families. One moment they may be providing a casserole f…
If you have a Chase credit card, then Chase Offers could easily save you some money.
Aside from teaching me golf etiquette, my golfing friends were highlighting a tricky question we face in life when we reach a pinnacle of accomplishment. Do we toot our own horn, or do we wait, head bowed, to be showered with accolades?
If Clemson knows how three football players suspended for playoff games came into contact with the performance-enhancing drug ostarine or if the problem was more widespread, it is not saying. And probably will never say.
Multiple studies in multiple health care settings suggest that information flow between the provider (doctor, nurse practitioner, physician’s assistant, etc.) and the patient is frequently limited and ineffective. Research also suggests that we aging amateurs often fail to even get our major concerns on the table. In adult primary care (family and internal medicine, and geriatrics, too), about half the time the caregiver and patient do not agree about what the main complaint or concern is for the visit.
Some Charleston parents are less than thrilled that the school district asks local clergy to bless its sex education curriculum.