There are a few things that a couple local seafood experts can agree on: flounder and shrimp prices are not expected to rise too high in the fall and winter, and those who love crab legs can expect to pay extremely high prices this fall and winter.
More homes are coming to the Pine Lakes area in Myrtle Beach despite residents' concerns that new development will result in unsafe traffic.
CCU athletics received approval to have fans at fall sporting events and is preparing for up to 5,000 occupants at Brooks Stadium on Sept. 18 for its clash with the Campbell Camels.
One dozen public and private schools across Horry and Georgetown counties reported positive cases of the coronavirus as of Monday, according t…
The drop in new applications suggests businesses in the state were firing fewer people this month. That's a good sign as South Carolina tries to dig its way out of a deep economic hole. Read more
Gene Sapakoff column: Is Will Muschamp on the hot seat? Is South Carolina's head coach in trouble if the Gamecocks go 2-8? Not necessarily and only maybe. Read more
The South Carolina House approved a COVID-19 funding bill Wednesday that puts an additional $93 million toward testing and provides grants of up to $25,000 for small businesses and nonprofits struggling to survive amid the pandemic. Read more
It’s been lost amid the pandemic and this presidential election, but Charleston County is as… Read more
Longtime University of South Carolina trustee Chuck Allen says he is being ousted from the board because he voted against the controversial hiring of President Robert Caslen. Top GOP lawmakers say it's because he cursed out a lawmaker's wife at a football game. Read more
Rep. James Clyburn, D-S.C., the No. 3 House Democratic leader, told CNN that Barr's remarks were "the most ridiculous, tone-deaf, God-awful things I've ever heard" because they wrongly equated human bondage with a measure aimed at saving lives. Read more
The poll from Quinnipiac University found Graham and Harrison both drawing 48 percent support from likely voters in South Carolina, with just 3 percent saying they are not sure who they are going to vote for on Nov. 3. Read more