Residents on Wednesday were allowed to return to a James Island condominium complex that was evacuated two weeks ago because of termite and water damage.
The Statehouse corruption probe trial of former House Judiciary chairman Jim Harrison appears likely to start this fall after a judge heard his arguments Wednesday to throw out the case.
The attorneys are effectively asking a state judge to order SCE&G to repay the entire $37 million per month the utility collected since August of last year.
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Students in Mount Pleasant can now anonymously tip police off about suspicious behavior or harmful incidents taking place on their campus through an update to a smartphone application announced Wednesday.
For pet owners in rural parts of Charleston County, such as Awendaw and McClellanville, the nearest animal health care facility is 25-miles away in Mount Pleasant.
Mount Pleasant is moving forward with a plan to limit the number of residential construction permits issued annual, in an attempt to hold the town's rate of growth to 2 percent.
COLUMBIA — South Carolinians could pay more for their online purchases starting Oct. 1, just in time for the holiday shopping season.
Two years after moving a restaurant into the James Island venue previously occupied by Heart Woodfire Kitchen, Sermet Aslan is moving out.
More than 300 Roman Catholic priests were accused of sexual abuse in an explosive report by a grand jury in Pennsylvania this week.
A new startup that bills itself as the Airbnb of parking is working to get a foothold in the Charleston area, but it's already run into some resistance on Folly Beach.
COLUMBIA — A man convicted in a high-profile shooting that paralyzed a University of South Carolina student in Columbia in 2013 lost his appeal to the South Carolina Court of Appeals on Wednesday.
Now that plastic straws may be headed for extinction, could Americans' love of balloons get deflated too? Clemson University is ending the release of 10,000 balloons at football games.
Lest there be any doubts about Toni’s Pizza’s Detroit bona fides, the beverage list should assuage them: The new Mount Pleasant pizzeria is serving Vernors and Faygo pop.
Hoopsters seeking indoor basketball opportunities will soon have their shot inside a state-of-the-art facility in North Charleston.
I have eaten a ketogenic diet for over two years. I am leading a group of ketoers in my neighborhood and we are frustrated that in our foodie city.
Young entrepreneurs says regulatory changes have transformed South Carolina oysters into a year-round crop, and the growing demand for boutique oysters.
SC Department of Transportation is looking at ways to improve the highway from S.C. Highway 27 at mile marker 187 to the end in downtown Charleston.
Following a missing piece of vehicle trim, North Charleston police were led to a 17-year-old killer who showed some of the most “shocking” behavior they had ever seen from someone facing life in prison.
On a hot evening in early August, Charleston Police Chief Luther Reynolds stood in front of an audience gathered inside a school cafeteria, addressing a community still reeling from a grisly double homicide weeks before.
The change, first approved by voters in a 2012 ballot referendum, will mean that the winners will work much more in tandem than the state's top two elected officials have in years past.
Charleston County is trying to decide whether to sell the vacant, former Navy hospital it acquired in a $33 million legal settlement, or spend an estimated $66 million to renovate the 10-story building.
Do you have a bad habit of returning books late to the Charleston County Public Library? Fear not: Overdue book fees are a thing of the past.
A Mexican national who fatally stabbed another man, buried him behind a North Charleston bar and covered the remains in salt was sentenced to a state prison term this week.
The South Carolina Medical Association worried keeping physicians out of the loop would be a disservice to patients. Nurses said laws were outdated and barred them from providing basic primary care to their patients, especially in rural areas.
A Facebook page that falsely claims to be the Charleston County Republican Party is causing a real digital headache for the actual group, especially now that it is sharing anti-Donald Trump posts.
On a recent weekday, pickup trucks started congregating at Alvin Ord's as soon as the deli opened. Apparently, Beaufort residents over the last 35 years still haven't gotten their fill of sandwiches on round bread.
Charleston is considering establishing a Municipal Impact District to get developers to pay into a fund to build more public infrastructure on Johns Island.
The Medical University of South Carolina is the No. 1 hospital in South Carolina for the fourth consecutive year, according to the latest ranking by U.S. News & World Report.
Century Aluminum is still running its Mount Holly smelter at half capacity and it hasn't renegotiated its contract with electric utility Santee Cooper. But the mood these days is considerably brighter.
Prosecutors said the man was involved in an earlier shootout but didn't have a hand in the gunfire that killed Dena Brown, a mother of three from North Charleston.
South Carolina has enough money to borrow more than $1 billion to construct new buildings and fix others on college campuses, but expected budget surpluses next year could dampen enthusiasm in the Legislature.
A half-acre of land at the entrance to an historic Mount Pleasant community, settled by formerly enslaved residents of the area, is expected to become a park honoring the founder of Scanlonville.
The jellyfish invasion showed no signs of letting up over the weekend, as swimmers reported stings at eye-popping rates on Charleston-area beaches.
Authorities recovered the body of a missing 17-year-old Porter-Gaud student early Monday near Limehouse Landing on Johns Island.
A rezoning request near the emerging Navy Base Intermodal Facility is raising concerns about more truck traffic and whether that might hamper redevelopment nearby
Envision a fifth-grade history classroom that looks like a museum, with a collection of military uniforms covering a wall across from shelves that contain deactivated grenades and gas masks, alongside dozens of other artifacts from every war in our nation's history.
More than 2,600 farmers in South Carolina harvest soybeans, one of the crops most heavily affected by President Trump's tariffs.
The state Department of Transportation is having a meeting 5-7 p.m. Tuesday to consider ways to improve Interstate 26.
The shakerato, a mix of espresso and sugar, has been on the menu at Second State Coffee (formerly Black Tap) for at least five years. But baristas at the downtown cafe use a cocktail shaker to blend the cold drink's ingredients.
Len Ripley knew he was adopted from an early age, but he told Warren Peper that he had never been curious about his birth family until he had a heart attack.