A press conference victory lap for the House Democrats' passed legislation that would ban offshore drilling at Bowens Island Restaurant on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019.
Students at Phillip Simmons Middle School learn circus tricks to build focus and concentration to help with other general education subjects like math and reading for National Arts in Education Week.
For seven years Ashley-Ann Woods has been running down the sidelines of lowcountry fields nearly every Thursday and Friday nights of the fall football season serving as an official for the South Carolina Football Officials League.
O.L. Thompson and Toni Thompson survived Hurricane Dorian in their Elbow Cay home in the Bahamas 30 years after being in Hanahan for Hurricane Hugo.
Cadets with the Citadel Republican Society place more than 3,000 flags along the college’s Avenue of Remembrance to recognize those who lost their lives in the September 11th tragedy 18 years ago on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019 at The Citadel in Charleston.
Hurricane Dorian hugs the coast of South Carolina as a category 3 hurricane moving slowly along the coast.
Powerful Hurricane Dorian whirled dangerously close to the Lowcountry Thursday, with 115-mph winds racing around its wide eye. Leaving behind trees down, erosion, and flooding.
The Lowcountry prepared and waited Tuesday for the approaching Hurricane Dorian. Area residents will begin to feel the effects of Dorian starting Wednesday.
Wendy Diaz, the secretary of the Lowcountry Flying Club, received her pilot's license on July 13. She pilots the club's Cessna 172 from the Berkeley County Airport on Aug. 25.
The Citadel Bulldogs season opener against the Towson Tigers at Johnson Hagood Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2019 in Charleston.
In June, McKrae Game publicly announced he was gay and severed his ties with the conversion therapy movement. Now, the man once billed as a leading voice in the movement is trying to come to terms with the harm he inflicted while also learning to embrace a world and community he assailed for…
In commemoration of the anniversary of Elvis’ death, the Charleston Pour House holds its annual Elvis Ain’t Dead Fest on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019.
The staged reading rehearsal of the play "Dead Characters" on Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019 at Queen Street Playhouse in Charleston.
High tide flooding in Charleston Harbor rose to just above 8 feet Thursday evening, Aug. 29, 2019 in Charleston.
Ireland’s Own and Jaegerhaus Pub in West Ashley is now open. Customers have their choice of pork schnitzel and bratwurst in the restaurant, or corned beef-and-cabbage egg rolls and shepherd’s pie in the adjoining sports bar. The pub offers golf simulation stations, virtual bowling, Skee-Ball…
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke gathered around students and community members part of the College of Charleston's Bully Pulpit Series at the Stern Center Garden on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019 in Charleston.
The Highway 21 Drive-In is open year-round in the city of Beaufort. Operating since 1978, this two-screen drive-in is just off the Spanish Moss Trail and near Marine Corps Air Station.
The 2019 Grape Stomp Festival took place at Deep Water Vineyard on Wadmalaw Island on Saturday, August 24, 2019. The event featured live music, food, vendors, grape stomping and a Lucy look-a-like contest.
Al Foster of Summerville takes care of nearly 70 humming bird feeders at his home. He and his wife Colleen fill the feeders four times a day to listen and watch thousands of birds fly in each day.
Billy Green of North Charleston has owned Green and Sons Painting for 47 years. Now a great grandfather, he employs his great grandchildren and great grandnephews during the summer to keep them off the streets and teach them the importance of going to work and saving money.
Mad Hatter's Ball was the theme for Palmetto Community Care's annual Gay Bingo fundraiser held at the Charleston Convention Center in North Charleston.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham participated in The Post and Courier’s Pints & Politics event at Joe Riley Park in Charleston.