The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge among other Charleston iconic sites were hit by a light fog over Charleston on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018. There might be a chance of rain on Wednesday, November 14.
The annual Southern Roots Smokehouse Rockabillaque was held in North Charleston's Park Circle on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018. The event included a car show, beard and mustache and pin-up contests, beer, food, vendors from the Charleston area and much more.
Locals Sushi Sports Pub, in North Charleston at Mixson serves a variety of sushi and pub fare such as wings and burgers.
Outdoor Afro members kayaked the Combahee River to focus on the Underground Railroad's liberation of slaves from the area in 1863.
First Baptist will advance to the SCISA Class AAA title game after defeating Porter-Guad 28-13 on Friday, Nov. 9, 2018.
The Post and Courier hosted the first Now Open event on Wednesday, November 8 at the Pacific Box & Crate. Attendees enjoyed tastings from the area’s newest restaurants including Butcher & The Boar, El Pincho Taco, Herd Provisions, Josephine Wine Bar, Lowlife, Mario’s Peruvian Chicken…
The Scottish Society of Charleston held the 47th annual Scottish Games and Highland Gathering at Boone Hall Plantation on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018.
Lance Cpl. Jeff Day with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources shows off his electric bike, which he says improves his efficiency and abilities on the job.
Day turns to night during long rehearsals as the Wando High School marching band readies its "By a Thread" competition show, inspired by the work of sculptor Alexander Calder.
Mount Pleasant police officers dressed as superheroes made their annual appearance outside of windows of the MUSC Children’s Hospital Wednesday, October 31, 2018, to wave and entertain patients and their families.
Summerville won 43-42 over host Fort Dorchester in double overtime Monday night. The Green Wave had trailed by 25-points earlier in the game.
Officially incorporated in 1889, Lincolnville quickly became a place where formerly enslaved families flocked during Reconstruction. In these early years, community leaders built a one-room jail, established a small school and formed churches.
Members of the Charleston community gather at the Holocaust Memorial in Marion Square before marching to Emanuel AME Church to honor the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
Officials say multiple people were shot, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill neighborhood.
The Gathering church service at Aldersgate Methodist Church on Remount Road in North Charleston on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018. The Gathering which is a combined contemporary worship between Aldersgate United Methodist Church and Enoch Methodist Church have combined to host weekly Saturday servi…
The sixth annual North Charleston Harvest Festival in Park Circle featured a pop-up pumpkin patch with decorating stations, carnival games, children’s activities, an artist market, costume contests, trick-or-treating, live music and more.
South Carolina home opener with Stanley Cup against the Greenville Swamp Rabbits at the North Charleston Coliseum Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018.