Century Aluminum Company in Mount Holly is currently operating at half capacity due to high electricity rates, which makes up for 40% of it's total costs. The future of the plant is still unknown.
The Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital, which will replace the current facility on the Medical University of South Carolina's horseshoe. Hospital leaders envision the new facility as unparalleled in the region.
The menu at the new Mill Street Tavern features an a daily morning brunch served until 2pm and evening dinner featuring fried oysters, barbecue, grilled shrimp and steaks.
While South Carolina's lighthouses — like others across the country — are largely obsolete in the modern era of GPS units, they still are valued as attractions and landmarks of a not-so-distant past.
Charleston Pride held its inaugural “Toast to Equality” cocktail competition at the Charleston Visitor Center Bus Shed on Saturday, August 4, 2018. The adult beverages contest featured 12 local LGBTQ-friendly bars serving samples for voting, including DIG in the Park, Dudley’s on Ann, Tabbul…
Former President Bill Clinton honored Richard W. Riley at the opening of the Richard W. Riley Collection at the University of South Carolina now home to the collection documents and memorabilia from a career in public service as former education secretary and South Carolina governor
Patriots Point, home of the Yorktown, sent out supplementary science and history books (Oscar I Am! and Harry I Was?!) to every 5th grader in the state's public school last year.
The Carolina Youth Action Project rock camp challenged campers to make a band in a week and taught them about social issues through workshops.
Carolina Youth Action Project summer rock band camp was hosted at Northwoods Middle School this past week. Campers were challenged to make a band in a week and learned about music and social issue through workshops. On Saturday, July 28, 2018 the camp concluded with a concert at the Charlest…
Max Nicastro, a former Stingrays defenseman, walks dogs on rollerblades on Thursday, July 26, 2018. Nicastro recently started his dog walking business "Skate Dogtor" and uses inline hockey skates so he can go fast and give the dogs good exercise.
A growing amount of evidence supports that children with special needs can shift their development with exercise, and especially by using yoga. Trident Medical Center began the first of three yoga classes for a small group of special needs children on Tuesday, July 24, 2018.
A team from Richard Marks Restorations, Inc. works to stabilize the walls of the Brick House Ruin on Edisto Island. The conservation work on the 1700s plantation house, that is listed on the National Register, will also include repairing the masonry between the bricks.
Hanahan High School held its first football practice Friday morning, July 27, 2018, under new head coach David Morbitzer. Morbitzer has been on the Hawk staff for the past 10 years, serving most recently as the offensive coordinator.
Shark Week at the South Carolina Aquarium continues with a week of special activities and programs through Saturday.
North Charleston-based Terressentia distillery uses a patented process called TerrePURE in making hundreds of labels for liquor retailers, individual brand owners, and exporters.
Nearly one hundred people came to watch the demolition of the Bixby house on Wednesday, July 18, 2018 in Abbeville, South Carolina. It's the site of one of the longest shootouts in South Carolina history more-than 12-hour armed standoff between law enforcement outside and the family inside.
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- 'Southern Charm' star says on Twitter he's quitting the show
- We found Charleston's best sushi specials, from Johns Island to Mount Pleasant
- SCE&G is closing most of its local offices, including 3 near Charleston
- Late book fees eliminated at all 16 Charleston County library branches
- Missing 17-year-old Porter-Gaud student's body recovered from Stono River
- Over 700 jellyfish stings reported on Charleston area beaches over weekend
- Resident fatally stabs burglary suspect at Charleston home, police say
- A crop of young farmers sets out to change the Lowcountry's summer oyster scene
- New retail, restaurant and residential center proposed for Johns Island near Charleston
- Lowcountry oysters harvested and eaten year round
- The future of Century Aluminum in Mount Holly depends on electricity costs
- Building MUSC's new Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital
- Hootie & the Blowfish HomeGrown concert
- First Day Festival kicks off the school year for Charleston area schools
- Elvis ain't Dead for one night at the Pour House
- Philip Simmons High School adds varsity football team
- Charleston Pride's inaugural “Toast to Equality” cocktail competition
- Challenges with hair becoming easier with new Air Force rules
- Reader photos: People during their travels