The coronavirus is cancelling flights, grounding travel and infecting major election campaigns. How worried are you? THE STORY: http://bit.ly/38ma7Xg

You spend decades eating right, exercising, moisturizing parts you can’t even reach, doing the highlights, upgrading the teeth, all of that—and one day a teen comes along and says, “Hey! You l…

DOT Commissioner Robby Robbins stated in a recent Post and Courier article regarding the DOT public hearing for the Berlin G. Myers Parkway (BMP3) that, “We are all pleased to be at this point…

As this goes to press, we don’t know who the GOAT on Jeopardy! will be: The three-night match carried over into another week. But deadlines wait for no man, so here we are.

Let’s face it, the Rhino in the Room for Dorchester County Council in 2020 is solving the county’s complicated but urgent problems with Absence of Control (AC) District zoning and land develop…

My grandmother, given the name Frances but called Muffy, and also referred to by some as “the last Southern Aristocrat” had a favorite phrase, “don’t you see?” Sentences were begun and ended w…

HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Sorry, I meant to whisper — just in case your head hurts from partying like it’s 1999. (RIP, Prince.)

For us tail-end baby boomers, it’s probably true our view of what life might be like now was influenced by the “Back to the Future” series.

Once upon a time Christmas was magical. As a child, my siblings and I looked forward to our parents taking us to Macy’s to sit on Santa Claus’s lap and con, I mean tell him about how good we w…

ABBLETT, Jeanne Marie, 54, of Summerville died Nov. 22. Arrangements by Charleston Cremation Center and Funeral Home.

My dad would be 87 years old this month. Somehow, incredibly, he’s been gone for 35 years. He’s been my dead father longer than he was my live father, which takes my breath away.

As a veteran, I know the reasons we serve are as varied as the men and women who serve and have served in the U. S. Armed Forces. I’ve met World War II veterans and those who currently serve —…

Journalists relentlessly pursue the truth in order to provide citizens with the information they need to be self-governing. And yet, for journalists, doing that work can be risky, dangerous an…

One hundred one years ago, a man who started out as a conscientious objector to World War I became that conflict’s greatest American hero when he and just a few other soldiers captured 132 Ger…

In case you missed it, Oct. 29 was National Hermit Day. There’s very little backstory. Google isn’t sure when it launched or who started it, but maybe it honors an Irish saint who lived in a c…

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