The Post and Courier Food section is checking in weekly with four downtown Charleston restaurants coping with the coronavirus pandemic and recovering from restrictions designed to contain it. Here's the latest update.
More than 3,000 Horry County Schools in the full-time HCS Virtual program have requested to transfer back into brick-and-mortar instruction — an option the district reopened for five days last week. There are 266 students who have also requested to transfer from brick-and-mortar instruction to HCS Virtual.
The clinic aims to change the way anxiety and depression are treated by not only offering patients traditional therapy, but also pairing each individual with a wellness mentor.
A 49-year-old Lexington man has been charged with brandishing a weapon after he refused to secure a rifle he brought to a protest by the Charleston Battery.
What began as a trickle of cases has morphed into a way of way of life in South Carolina as the coronavirus continues its relentless attack on the state, infecting rural pockets and urban centers with ruthless efficiency.
Retired Army Maj. Gen. William Grimsley proposed that all 46 county VA offices become a part of the new statewide department, meaning they could become state employees.
WASHINGTON — She was seeing family. She was exercising. She was listening to opera. She was doing the work of the court. She even officiated at a wedding.
Tropical Storm Beta slowly crawled toward the shores of Texas and Louisiana on Sunday, stirring worries that it could bring heavy rain, flooding and storm surge to a storm-weary stretch of the Gulf Coast.
South Carolina reported fewer than 500 new coronaviruses cases on Sunday, and less than 10 percent of cases tested for the day's report were positive.
COLUMBIA — Few members of the Republican Party have taken a political journey as long as Lindsey Graham's, from ridiculing Donald Trump as a "race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot" to becoming one of the president's fiercest defenders in Congress, as well as a regular golf partner.
While the Legislature created the late special session to make decisions on COVID-19 aid and state spending, other measures that haven't received much attention are advancing, too.
Authorities hope the popularity of DNA testing to trace family roots will help them identify a man who was beaten, burned and dumped in woods in South Carolina 45 years ago.
A judge has approved a request from a group of U.S. WeChat users to delay looming federal government restrictions that could effectively make the popular app nearly impossible to use.
Richland Two Superintendent Baron Davis has set a personal goal of bringing 100 minority male teachers into his schools over the next four years to better reflect the district's student demographics. Call Me Mister, Clemson's program to deepen the pool of diverse teachers in South Carolina, is playing a major role.
For a Horry County Schools elementary school teacher, the return to brick-and-mortar instruction has been more about babysitting than education, while fellow employees also are loose with standard COVID-19 protocols.
Sunflower fields managed by the state Department of Natural Resources are intended for doves and hunters but have recently become a popular attraction among many people.
Editor’s note: This is the 21st installment in a serialized history of Charleston to commemorate the city’s 350th anniversary.
President Donald Trump on Saturday promised to put forth a female nominee in the coming week to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, pushing the Republican-controlled Senate to consider the pick without delay.
A presidential campaign that was already tugging at the nation's most searing divides has been jolted by the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, potentially reshaping the election at a moment when some Americans were beginning to cast ballots.
Senator Lindsey Graham signaled Saturday that he'd reverse course on a 2016 declaration that the Senate shouldn't fill a Supreme Court seat during an election year.
After finding a body in the Cooper River on Saturday afternoon, officials have suspended their search for a diver who went missing during a Friday excursion.
Demonstrators took the streets of London, Tel Aviv and other cities on Saturday to protest coronavirus restrictions, decrying how the measures have affected daily life even with infection rates rising in many places and the global death toll approaching 1 million.
Federal officials intercepted an envelope addressed to the White House that contained the poison ricin, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press on Saturday.
An exceptionally busy Atlantic hurricane season was churning along Saturday as the Texas coast prepared for a tropical storm that's forecast to strengthen into a hurricane before breaching its shores in the week ahead.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams joined Gov. Henry McMaster and other state leaders to announce a two-week mass coronavirus testing initiative in South Carolina's capital region.
DHEC recommends that people get tested once per month if they come into close contact with others in the community.
Boeing is expected to make a decision soon on whether or not it will shift 787 production to one site. Union leaders and local officials in Everett, Wash., have been worried about their plant, but the same level of angst and anxiety hasn't been playing out in South Carolina.
Jo Jorgensen is pursuing a number of unlikely firsts: The first woman president, the first Libertarian president and, not to be overlooked, the first president to have spent much of her adult life living in South Carolina.
The Dignity Project is an effort spearheaded by the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy that will unite a group of 20 Summerville elected officials, police officers, spiritual leaders, community activists and residents.
U.S. District Court Judge Michelle Childs wrote in a Friday ruling that voter fraud concerns are not a sufficient reason to potentially jeopardize South Carolinians' fundamental right to cast their ballots during a pandemic.
While many students have noticed their peers largely adhere to posted rules and regulations while on campus, there's a real fear that reckless behavior off campus will jeopardize the success of the fall semester.
Court documents released on Friday detail how North Charleston police used cellphone records to help solve a fatal shooting at a Ladson Road apartment complex earlier this month.
Corwin Lenard Manigault, 21, faces one count of murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, according to jail records.
Invasive Asian longhorned beetles have made their way to the Hollywood area of Charleston County. They affect 15 different plant families, but primarily maples, elms and willow trees.
The state's high court will determine whether Gov. Henry McMaster's program to help parents afford private K-12 tuition with federal coronavirus aid can proceed.
Almost two-thirds of the nonprofits surveyed said they expect to survive for six months or fewer without additional aid. About 5 percent are out of cash now and are at a high risk of closing.
Nearly half of Horry County Schools’ high schools have positive COVID-19 cases after the second week of hybrid learning — among other schools — the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced on Friday.
Data released Friday by South Carolina public health officials shows that communities that have enacted and kept mask requirements continue to see slower rates of coronavirus spread than communities without such rules.