The Charleston Police Department is renewing calls for public assistance after a pedestrian who was struck on July 4 died of their injuries.
More than 100 North Charleston demonstrators stood in solidarity with thousands across the country Wednesday to denounce gun violence.
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USC faculty members, students and alumni believe there's political foul play in the search for a new president. Fearing loss of accreditation, they're pushing the board to cancel the search.
In one of the summer’s least surprising developments, The Neighborhood Dining Group today announced it plans to close McCrady’s Tavern at the end of the month.
Charleston Parks and Recreation has become a quiet leader in conserving open space along the coast. No other effort, public or private, comes close in terms of the variety of locations and ways the public can enjoy them
More than 200 law enforcement employees from 15 agencies participated in one of South Carolina's largest active shooter drills.
If he wins the job as expected Friday, retired Army Gen. Robert Caslen will not be the first military commander to lead the University of South Carolina.
Santee Cooper agreed Wednesday to pay up to $15 million for several consulting firms that are needed to manage bids for the state-run utility.
For the most part, residents in Deer Park and Northwood Estates neighborhoods — a residential pocket in between University Boulevard, Interstate 26 and Rivers Avenue — have successfully pushed back against commercial encroachment, but their fight isn't over.
Melisa White Gay, 56, pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of unlawful communication earlier this year, but the Supreme Court issued a recent order reinstating her law license.
Mark Sanford took another step toward exploring a possible 2020 Republican presidential bid in a 2-minute, 46-second video released Wednesday.
Charleston County has distributed the highest concentration of opioid pain pills of any county in the nation, a Washington Post analysis of federal drug enforcement data over a span of recent years shows.
Months of research by dozens of city leaders, local and Dutch engineers, as well as community groups and local college professors will culminate Friday with a special two-hour presentation on Charleston's flooding issues. There are plenty of signs it's still the city's top issue.
VIP Bistro late last year opened in that plain-looking Meeting Street complex hard by the Ravenel Bridge exit ramp, which for six years has been anchored by Local 616.
Charleston's City Council voted Tuesday to approve critical contracts for the International African American Museum, allowing the project to start construction after almost two decades of planning and fundraising.
A technology-focused office building on the upper peninsula broke ground Tuesday after six years of planning, making it one of the first major developments to be built under the new federal Opportunity Zones program.
The board heard bold proposals designed to overhaul education in Charleston County last month, but many questions remain.
S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster's office called accusations of state chief executive's improper meddling in the University of South Carolina president's search "preposterous" on Tuesday as accreditors started investigating the school.
Cheated out of an expected presidential bid – literally – Mark Sanford says now, a decade later, it might be his moment to hit the trail.
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Some students, faculty and alumni have started groups concerned about Gov. Henry McMaster’s push for retired Army Gen. Robert Caslen to succeed Harris Pastides.
Charleston police officers arrested a 25-year-old Hanahan man in connection with a June homicide on the city's East Side.
Mark Sanford, the former South Carolina congressman ousted from office after President Donald Trump urged voters to toss him out, is considering a run for president.
Kevin Green is now serving items such as bacon-wrapped shrimp, she-crab soup and sautéed shrimp and has added grits to his weekday menu. He said he’s serving about twice as much garlic crab — one of ChuckTown’s “biggest hits” — at the new location, as well as plenty of po’ boys and alligator sausage.
Fundraising numbers from the past three months indicate that another longtime Republican-held congressional seat in South Carolina could be competitive for the first time in years.
Summerville residents still have to wait at least a year for a Page’s Okra Grill to call their own, but if all goes as planned that’s the last time they should have to wait for Page’s.
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An audit released Monday into Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg's expenditures since he took office in 2016 found several questionable purchases and the need for more guidance for newly elected officials but no "self-dealing" from his expenditures.
Charleston's International African American Museum, a project which has been nearly 20 years in the making, will ask the city to approve $60.2 million worth of construction contracts this week, marking one of the final steps before the project can break ground.
The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control has begun rewriting the rules that allow popular Shem Creek and at least 19 other salt waterways on the coast not to be as clean as others.
Hollywood is still figuring out a long-term plan for its ailing sewer system, and spills are continuing in the mean time.
Westinhouse said a chemical reaction caused the material to heat up, building pressure in the drum. The container blew off its lid, paper inside caught fire, and some of the contaminated material showered the surrounding area, according to the report.
South Carolina officials have long argued the death of MOX renders the state a nuclear dumping ground — stranding and isolating the plutonium already here.
State party Chairman Drew McKissick on Monday announced the GOP will soon have a "full-blown, full-time, field organization" in Charleston focused on winning the 1st Congressional District held by Democrat Joe Cunningham.
The Charleston County Coroner's Office has identified a 21-year-old man as the person shot and killed Sunday near a North Charleston residence.
South Carolina authorities Monday said 13 people were charged following an investigation into a multi-county cocaine trafficking operation based in the Lowcountry.
Thanks to a canceled connecting flight, which yielded a most-expenses-paid evening in Paris, the very last thing I ate on my recent trip to Europe was a plateful of flambéed calves’ kidneys and fondant potatoes at Au Pied de Cochon. While I’ve never before eaten offal in a septuagenarian Fre…
South Carolina's two Republican senators gave totally opposite reactions to President Donald Trump's racist tweets, with Tim Scott condemning them as "racially offensive" and Lindsey Graham calling the four targeted congresswomen a "bunch of communists."
At least five Republicans — all with limited political experience — say they plan to challenge Graham, R-S.C., in next June's GOP primary. But Graham is starting with a big financial edge.
Investment in specialized hotels on or near college campuses is on the rise nationally. Among them is new ownership of the Inn at USC, which will boast a new look and a new name this fall.