The state Department of Social Services is distributing food stamp benefits early as a result of the ongoing partial federal government shutdown, which is now the longest in the country's history.
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Hospitals everywhere must post lists that show how much they charge for services, as of the beginning of this year.
With a near-unanimous vote, the House passed Clyburn's resolution Tuesday afternoon that not only rejects the hateful ideologies but condemns King for his recent comments about white supremacy and white nationalism.
Authorities in Berkeley County on Tuesday announced a drug bust that netted more than 800 pounds of marijuana and resulted in two arrests.
When The Royal Tern posted a Facebook message alerting the owners of a wayward horse that it was grazing on their property, the Johns Island restaurant’s followers were unfazed. “Smart horse,” one wrote.
A Myrtle Beach attorney signed a consent order Tuesday admitting to campaign finance violations, bringing an end to the S.C. Ethics Commission's oldest outstanding case and closing a chapter on a political scandal that has hung over the Grand Strand for years.
Mary Johnson had tended a garden space on Seabrook Island for 14 years before being ejected last year. But the island's Property Owners Association board recently reversed course and will let her stay.
Dorchester County sheriff's deputies are investigating the shooting death of a man found lying in a road near Summerville last weekend.
Gov. Henry McMaster's budget would not directly provide additional money to poor, rural districts but instead gives $100 million toward recruiting jobs to those districts
Ichiban Grill owner William Chan moved to Georgia with one proven idea for an Asian-themed restaurant and came back with another.
A Wando High School teacher sparked controversy with Charleston police last year after assigning the fictional tale of a white officer shooting a black teenager for summer reading.
Charleston County GOP members backed a resolution urging state lawmakers to legalize medical marijuana. The move could force action by the South Carolina GOP.
The Greenville forum was the second of four hosted by The Post and Courier in the wake of the newspaper's series "Minimally Adequate," which laid out how gaping disparities have left thousands of South Carolina students unprepared for college or the modern workforce after high school.
There are a lot of ways to get around town in Charleston, but as more people visit and move to the Holy City each year, it becomes increasingly harder to do so.
South Carolina’s teacher shortage grew even deeper last year as new teachers quit the profession in greater numbers and more veteran educators retired.
The window of opportunity to submit bids for Santee Cooper closed Monday, as state lawmakers remain split about whether to offload the state-run utility, its 179,000 customers and its nearly $8 billion of debt.
The 16-year-old was shot in the leg by a Ridgeville resident who saw him as an intruder in 2017. A lawsuit alleged the shooting was negligent.
The North Charleston church volunteer who stands accused of sexually assaulting at least 14 children over three months last year has been named in a second lawsuit filed on behalf of a parent of a 3-year-old victim.
The Public Service Commission voted to change course and explicitly call out the utility company and its former executives after S.C. House Speaker Jay Lucas asked the regulators to do so earlier this month.
"I'm not interested," Trump said of Graham's idea. "I want to get it solved. I don't want to just delay it."
McMaster's inaugural address hinted at some funding priorities. In his 16-minute speech, McMaster made repeated calls to fix education, both K-12 and higher education. (And it drew some of the loudest applause.) How that translates into McMaster's budget will be worth noting.
The revenue from the ReStore thrift shop at 469 Long Point Road is split 50-50 between East Cooper Habitat and Seacoast Church, though many who shop there have no clue.
Michael Colucci said he found his wife hanging from a garden hose in 2015, but authorities allege he strangled her. After a jury last year couldn't agree whether he killed Sara Colucci, prosecutors and her parents are looking toward a second murder trial in 2019. Her parents say the ordeal has been an "ongoing nightmare."
South Carolina placed limits on the size of public school classrooms years ago, but enforcement fell by the wayside in 2010, after the Great Recession hit. The limits still aren't enforced today.
True story: South Carolina didn’t formally endorse a woman’s right to vote until three weeks before the first man walked on the moon.
North Charleston police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found inside an apartment Saturday morning.
More than a year after he vanished while vacationing in Norway, Charleston businessman Marvin Lee Judy's disappearance remains an unsolved mystery.
YWCA Greater Charleston’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. tribute is a 10-day-long celebration that includes a parade, ecumenical and worship services, a poetry slam and a racial equality workshop. Thousands of Lowcountry residents take part in one way or another.
Mick Mulvaney is interested in becoming USC's next president, but his affiliations with President Donald Trump sparked sharp initial criticism. But some on campus, and in the boardroom, think the former congressman deserves a chance.
Bolstered by significant strides in the last six years, South Carolina officials and advocates say they are working overtime to end human trafficking in the Palmetto State.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster raised more money from private donors for his inauguration than his predecessor, Nikki Haley, while receiving contributions from three potential buyers for South Carolina's state-run utility.
The state and Charleston County have a fresh legal deal to build the last leg of Interstate 526, from West Ashley to James Island. But what does that mean exactly?
"Some in our party wonder why Republicans are constantly accused of racism — it is because of our silence when things like this are said," U.S. Sen. Tim Scott wrote of U.S. Rep. Steve King's recent comment.
In recognition of what would've been Johnson's 70th birthday, the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center celebrated the late Vietnam veteran while also showcasing the new improvements to the hospital made in his honor.
After three years with no property tax increases, Isle of Palms finds itself facing millions of dollars in capital expenses — and a likely tax hike.