Sam Savage, an unconventional novelist who called the Lowcountry home for 22 years, died Thursday, according to his publisher, Coffee House Press. He was 78.
In their 2019 rankings, U.S. News & World Report ranked the Medical University of South Carolina’s graduate nursing program as the sixth best online graduate nursing program out of over 500 programs.
Before committing to a gym for the new year, the S.C. Department Consumer Affairs offers some helpful tips. One of the first pieces of advice includes doing background research on the gym.
Transcarotid artery revascularization, or TCAR procedure, is a new, less invasive surgery to address carotid artery disease. It takes less time to perform, and recovery times are shorter, too.
The Charleston Jazz Festival is a four-day undertaking that mixes local practitioners and international stars. The fifth iteration of the festival, which runs Jan. 24-27, kicks off with Latin Grammy winner Nestor Torres, a flute player from Puerto Rico. Torres takes the stage at the Charlest…
The Charleston peninsula boasts the highest concentration of murals, but painted exteriors can be found in North Charleston, West Ashley, Mount Pleasant, James Island, Folly Beach and elsewhere.
YWCA Greater Charleston’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. tribute is a 10-day-long celebration that includes a parade, ecumenical and worship services, a poetry slam and a racial equality workshop. Thousands of Lowcountry residents take part in one way or another.
Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston is fielding more requests each year from persons desiring exorcisms. In 2013, the diocese saw 10 requests. By 2018, that jumped to about 45.
Q: I have an 11-month-old American Bully with megaesophagus. He was skin and bones when I got him at 3 months old. The breeder was going to take him to the shelter where they said he would inevitably die because of his inability to keep food down.
The median sale price for homes in the Charleston, S.C. metro area is $266,000. Here's a look at what that will really buy, and where.
Like many caregivers and their families, the Loomis family dealt with financial struggles, death scares and battles with systems that were intended to be resources for them.
Liz Butler Duren made the cover of Sunday's Life section in The Post and Courier in 2002. It was the story of an adopted girl searching for her birth mom with few clues.
In 1893, the 56-year-old scion of a politically powerful Southern family found himself embroiled in a sexual scandal that enthralled the entire country and sparked furious debate.
The unusual snow that fell a year ago put a classic Lowcountry plant in the spotlight. Sago palms (Cycas revoluta) seemed to be on many gardeners’ (and dog owners’) minds.
Two years ago, an abandoned, historic home at 133 Cannon St. seemed like it had no other future than to sit there and rot.
For many, the Christmas holidays are long gone now that the time of gift wrapping, extended breaks from work and special time with distant relatives is over.
But for local churches, the Christmas season isn't over just yet.
The Catawba Indians live in a federally recognized reservation near Rock Hill, but their homes and lives are in many ways similar to other South Carolinians.
All of the offerings are meant to stir the imagination, to get you “to think about the things that you might not otherwise think about."
Though the flu shot is one of the most highly recommended and common preventative measures, some people claim that natural remedies can complement the vaccine.
The Post and Courier reached out to members of the faith, local government and business communities and asked them to describe their hopes for 2019.
If you’ve read my book, “Thriving Beyond Surviving,” you’ll know that the book expounds on “Faith and the other six F-words I live by.”
"Never Home Alone" is a spirited romp through the vast diversity that inhabits our daily lives and how we've changed our ecosystems, often for the worse.
Like one's first sight of the sea, a sky-piercing peak or soaring redwood forest, this iconic red-sand desert region straddling the Arizona-Utah border is indelible, a marvel to behold. Famed for the towering sandstone buttes of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, it is instantly recognizable from many a classic Western movie.
Half of residents in 11 southern states believe that America was founded as an explicitly Christian nation, a recent poll found.
Our topic for this week was your favorite photo, which we thought would be fun and a little different. And you came through with more than 40 stunning photographs.
We always want to balance the risks we are willing to take, with what the patient must endure and the odds of success. The truth is, most outcomes, good or bad, are not completely predictable.
According to the Animal Cancer Foundation, of the 65 million dogs in the United States, 6 million of those dogs will likely be diagnosed with cancer.
Tonight, when we receive the Christmas story like a children’s pageant, young or old or somewhere in the middle, we can still hear the angels sing!
If you’ve read my column long enough, you’ll know that this columnist seeks to fill the holes of the unexpected. So, today, I recollect my very worst Christmas ever!