As more states choose to legalize sports gambling, calls for widespread availability of information regarding players’ injuries will only increase. This demand won’t just affect professional sports. It’s coming to our colleges too.
The North Charleston hospital will transfer all labor and delivery services to its Summerville campus this summer.
Warren Peper talks about a delightful woman who at age 84 still runs her own sewing business and loves ballroom dancing.
With no fees for baggage or flight changes, Southwest Airlines stands alone as a potential money-saver.
The case is being called a first-of-its-kind prosecution for the wide-open Internet law frontier.
Is it possible that one can become overloaded with compassion and begin to drift into the lane of the ridiculous?
Gene Sapakoff column: So much off-season South Carolina football schedule focus has been on Clemson, Alabama and Georgia but those are far from the three most critical games for the Gamecocks in 2019.
It’s a simple question.
Fragrance is a frequently overlooked aspect of the landscape.
If a pet experiences complications post-surgery and requires another operation, should the owners have to pay?
Charleston City Council members say their audit of Mayor John Tecklenburg’s office is not political, isn’t personal, and has absolutely nothing to do with his wife.
As the song says, “If I can make it there (New York), I’ll make it anywhere.” We got a feeling for what that actually means a couple of weeks ago while briefly passing through the city en rout…
If you thought Nancy Mace was tough because she was the first woman to go through The Citadel, you don’t know the half of it.
Gene Sapakoff: OrTre Smith, the former Wando High School standout, missed all but two games of South Carolina's 2018 football season but is finally healthy again. Production in 2019 will be critical to the Gamecocks' success.
Gene Sapakoff column: Thanks, Charleston RiverDogs, for celebrating a "perfectly mediocre" night at the ballpark with C Night, a tribute to "average" in which any student showing a C on a report card gets in free.
There was a time when the most personal and meaningful form of communication was a handwritten letter. Technology had not yet presented us with acronyms such as "lol" or "btw" or "fyi." We pai…
If you have a vehicle you won't be using for a while, one phone call can slash your insurance bill.
The split between the owner of two dozen South Carolina shopping centers and its ousted founder is becoming more litigious — and more complicated.
In last week’s column, I promised to tell you the story of Army Sgt. Robert Stucki from Clarksville, Ky. I interviewed the sergeant for this column 10 years ago when he was a patient, and I th…
Considering all the challenges we face in aging, challenges to our health, finances, memory and all the rest, there is one challenge that threatens us all and every human being on earth.
Democratic presidential candidates, you have a problem.
Herbs, like other herbaceous plants, fall into three groups based on how they are grown: winter annuals, summer annuals and perennials.
Q: I have a senior dog with immune-mediated hemolytic anemia that your wife, Dr. Mims, nursed back to health. She is a 13-year-old terrier mix and she completely collapsed the other day.
As Charleston sat through its regularly scheduled Wednesday morning gridlock, county officials were at the Statehouse awaiting a technicality needed to finish Interstate 526.
Dr. Edward Gilbreth talks about an unusual letter a friend received, and how scammers are close to home.
Gene Sapakoff column: Instead of sending New York Yankees on the Injured List one by one to Charleston for rehab work with the Class A RiverDogs, how about sending all of them at once?
You have to wonder what voters see in state Sen. Stephen Goldfinch. Because nearly everything he does is the opposite of local sentiment.
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Now that it's the peak season for U.S. air travel, I have some tips to share that could help travelers save money or have more interesting vacations, or both.
The state ended the year on a whimper, with an underwhelming 1.6% gain in the value of goods and service that its workers produced, according to a new federal estimate.
These days, I often hear journalists being compared to a dishonest used-car salesman or sleazy bill collector. Ten years ago, I experienced that mistrust firsthand while serving as the chaplai…
Gene Sapakoff column: In this annual ranking of SEC and ACC football coaches 1-28, there's a change at the top (you saw what happened in Santa Clara) and South Carolina's Will Muschamp slips (but just a bit)
It started over nothing — a graze, a perceived slight or maybe a whiskey deal gone sour.
Earth stars (Cryptanthus species) are different from most bromeliads. They are terrestrial, which means they are grown in rich, organic soil.
Scarlett Wilson has brought some much-needed transparency to investigations of police shootings.
Gene Sapakoff column: The biggest problems — and future forecast — for the Clemson and South Carolina baseball programs, both of which have struggled through historic bad streaks.
Considering what young people are being taught in colleges and universities nowadays about the evils and unfairness of a “capitalist” system and the reality of being only an election away from…
Some state senators are looking at tolls on Interstate 95 to replace its faulty bridges and add lanes. Cue the outrage.
Just to the right of the back entrance door to my house is a newly discovered bird’s nest. It is engineered to take advantage of a wall to the left and at the rear in a corner of the garage.
BB&T Corp. is bringing its annual gathering of shareholders to South Carolina this week with a glaring hole in the meeting agenda.
Imagine taking a virtual plane ride today and meeting me in San Francisco for a 30-minute drive south to Moffett Federal Airfield, formerly known as Moffett Naval Air Station.
Clemson and three players banned from College Football Playoff games after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs expect an NCAA appeal decision soon, and timing that coincides with Dexter Lawrence's selection in the first round of the NFL draft might not be coincidental.
Older people are at increased risk of respiratory problems, including chronic lung diseases, lung cancer and “the old man’s friend” pneumonia. Changes in air temperature, rain and carbon dioxide concentrations in air can lead to more ozone, pollen, mold spores, fine particles and chemicals in the air that can irritate and potentially damage the lungs and airways.
Jump in anytime, James Lewis.
Big projects require big plans.
Dabo Swinney gets a new contract from Clemson averaging $9.3 million per year
When Lindsey Graham is right, he’s right.
Gene Sapakoff column: One of the stars of the NFL draft isn't a player; Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney will make a splash in Nashville on Thursday night with as many as three Tigers projected to go in the first round and as many as 11 selected before the weekend is over.
Good morning and I hope everybody is having a Happy Easter and Passover season. And now for a column that I’ve been kicking down the road for a while because, frankly, it’s too complicated to …
Gene Sapakoff column: A lot of NFL teams want Christian Wilkins, Clelin Ferrell and Deebo Samuel — Hunter Renfrow and Zack Bailey, too. Here are the best landing spots for those guys and other Clemson and South Carolina draft prospects