Thousands of runners returned to participate in 44th annual Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble in Charleston.
Little Line Kitchen & Provisions, a cafe serving breakfast and lunch, recently opened in the former Nana's Seafood & Soul location in Charleston.
A partial lunar eclipse just after 4 a.m., the moon was 97 percent covered by Earth’s dark umbral shadow early Friday morning, Nov. 19, 2021 on Sullivan’s Island.
Trident United Way held its 21st annual Day of Caring Wednesday, November 17, 2021. This year, the community event will have 173 projects, partner with 84 agencies and schools and will have more than 3,000 volunteers.
The College of Charleston host Rising Coaches Classic against South Carolina State on Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021 at TD Arena.
Becky Lawson and Jenny Lawson were both unvaccinated when Becky went to the ICU for COVID-19 on August 11, 2021. It was their anniversary. After two months of fighting for her life, Becky was brought home — but not in the way her wife wanted.
The second day of flooding in Charleston on Friday, Nov. 5, 2021. The Charleston Harbor hit a high tide of exactly 8 feet shortly after 9 a.m. which marked the first major tidal flood of 2021 according to the National Weather Service.
Lowcountry Oyster Co. has been offering visitors tours to see how oysters go from their farm to their plate.
Holy City Arts & Lyric Opera, known as HALO, launches its first season with the 1980s-set production of "La traviata" at the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park.
South Carolina Stingrays won their home opener over Greenville Swamp Rabbits at North Charleston Coliseum Saturday.
The historic Long Point Road Schoolhouse, built in 1904 to serve Black students, was relocated from its site on Seacoast Parkway to a new location at 1588 Snowden Road, through the work of the African American Historic Settlement Commission.
In a day when partisan warfare and Twitter taunts can define the day’s public discourse, local newspapers like the Union County News provide something else. They bind people with the glue of shared community.