Charleston has some experience marking its milestone birthdays. For its 350th, the celebration will last all year long.
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A 19-year-old who ambushed a father and son as they refurbished a veteran's home was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison for the murder.
An estimated $11 million to $13 million, the bulk of the park project, will be funded by the city of Hanahan's budget. But Berkeley County School District is also chipping in.
A storm system is expected to bring "widespread rain" to the Charleston area as well as other parts of coastal South Carolina and Georgia through Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
A student gunman opened fire Thursday at a Southern California high school, killing two students and wounding three others before he was captured in grave condition after shooting himself in the head.
After a USC fraternity chapter was kicked off campus for four years for hazing, a television news reporter standing outside the house was heckled. Now the school is looking into the incident.
Different sections of Charleston favored different mayoral candidates on Nov. 5, though both Mayor John Tecklenburg and City Councilman Mike Seekings found pockets of support across the city. The Post and Courier mapped out the results geographically, providing a glimpse into where the candidates found most of their support.
Brian Dale Lee, 40, was arrested in January 2018 with a collection of methamphetamine, heroin and cash. Investigators connected him to a drug sale that took place four months before and ended in Sebastian Cohen's death.
Pete Buttigieg's campaign is among the first to air ads in South Carolina, and he hopes to remain on the air throughout the next few months in the lead-up to South Carolina's "First in the South" Feb. 29 primary.
This is after an outbreak of the virus was announced back in September when three cases of the mumps were confirmed at the school.
A school shooter who was 14 when he killed a first grader on a school playground in South Carolina was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole.
A Columbia developer and the University of South Carolina are discussing an internship program for hospitality students at a proposed convention center hotel.
Residents living in certain West Side and West Ashley neighborhoods will decide their next city councilman during a runoff election Tuesday. On Nov. 5, Charleston's longest-serving City Councilman James Lewis did not receive the necessary votes to secure reelection, forcing a runoff between Lewis and challenger Jason Sakran.
The U.S. Attorneys Office in South Carolina charged Clinton Knight and his wife, Kathryn Knight, with wire fraud, money laundering and conspiracy to defraud the United States.
Mayor Wiley Johnson in recent days has lobbied for mayoral powers to be returned to his successor Ricky Waring.
All things considered, I’d say I’m not that well-traveled within the continental U.S. and have never been to Alaska. Unlike Johnny Cash, I ain’t been everywhere, man. In fact, there’s much of South Carolina I haven’t seen.
A top American diplomat revealed new evidence Wednesday of President Donald Trump’s efforts to press Ukraine to investigate political rivals as House investigators launched public impeachment hearings for just the fourth time in the nation’s history.
The latest change in South Carolina's massive overhaul of its troubled schools guarantees that control of failing districts taken over by the state wouldn't return to the same leaders who presided over years of abysmal test scores and mismanagement once problems are fixed.
Following a low-turnout election where most eligible Mount Pleasant Town Council members declined to seek reelection, the town now has more women on council than ever before.
Jamel Bradley, a record-holding former guard for the University of South Carolina, was fired from the Richland County Sheriff's Department on Oct. 30 after “critical information” surfaced during an internal affairs investigation, according to court records.
The worst flooding in Venice in more than 50 years prompted calls Wednesday to better protect the historic city from rising sea levels as officials calculated hundreds of millions of euros in damage.
The Alston Cup, named for Col. William Alston, will be awarded to one lucky horse and jockey for the first time at the Stono Ferry racetrack in Hollywood on Sunday. One 3-year-old thoroughbred at the start of their racing career will earn the honor.
After the Steeplechase of Charleston was purchased by The Post and Courier this past year, race directors and organizers are hoping to recapture an event that is the pinnacle of storied Southern culture.
Leaders at the Center for Heirs Property Preservation noted 11 communities throughout the county that will benefit from the preservation efforts: Adams Run, Accabee, Phillips Community, Awendaw, Liberty Hill, McClellanville, Union Heights, Parkers Ferry, Hollywood, Johns Island and James Island.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is telling allies he plans to seek the Democratic presidential nomination.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated about 36,000 Americans died from drug-resistant infections in 2017, down 18 percent from an estimated 44,000 in 2013. Though deaths are going down, nonfatal infections grew nationally from 2.6 million in 2013 to 2.8 million in 2017.
Gov. Henry McMaster says the General Assembly should not sidestep tax cuts when legislators gather in January — especially with the budget projected to be at an all-time high of $10 billion.
Gov. Henry McMaster plans to include $10 million in his executive budget to help fix flooding in downtown Charleston's medical district, which includes MUSC, Roper Hospital and the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center.
The dispute lays bare stark ideological differences between the two South Carolina lawmakers over whether government or the private sector is more effective at combating poverty.
An arctic blast that sent shivers across the Midwest spread to the eastern U.S. on Wednesday, with bitter weather establishing new records from Mississippi to Maine.
A trio of castaway cows has been discovered on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, where they apparently washed up after swimming for miles to escape Hurricane Dorian ’s storm surge.
The Summerville-based International Primate Protection League has joined a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture saying the agency has failed to set rules to protect the well-being of non-human primates used in research.
A sudden cold front is hitting harder than expected this morning, and forecasters are advising that people bundle up and expect a few hazardous road conditions.
Carolina Newton says the secret to her okra soup is letting it simmer for several hours, in part because it results in a more flavorful final product, but mostly because it creates more time for family members to congregate in the kitchen.
Comcast, one of the region's largest internet providers, said Wednesday it would begin marketing plans reaching speeds up to 100 gigabits per second to businesses.
Nikki Haley sat down in New York City with The Post and Courier for a candid discussion of her new book, "With All Due Respect," which was released Tuesday.
Tariq Matthews, 21, and Nathaniel Delesline, 20, had both died of gunshot wounds by the time officers made it to the parking lot of the Hyatt Place at 2455 Prospect Drive, according to an incident report.
Anthony Lamar Gathers II, 38, called authorities to his home near Goose Creek, saying he'd grabbed a knife and attacked the two women upon finding the texts, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.
South Carolina’s addiction services agency is providing communities more money to tailor substance abuse programs to what they're confronting most, from underage drinking to the opioid crisis
Charleston County School Board members discussed more than 20 recommendations designed to provide more equitable opportunities for all students.
I’m partial is what is called “Afternoon Tea,” a shorthand reference to an English ritual that includes a pot of tea; a china cup and saucer; lemon or milk to add to the tea, and possibly an etagere.