In congratulating conservationists and local government officials for their successful efforts to preserve Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens, win a federal grant to help build a pedestrian-bicycle bridge over the Ashley River and limit tree-cutting along scenic S.C. Highway 61, John Zlogar…

Rural households across our nation spend a disproportionate share of their income on energy bills. It’s a huge problem in the South, especially in low-income households. It is not right that people have to choose between paying the utility bill or paying for a prescription or food.

I want to thank The Post and Courier for publishing the column, “Enforcement needed to curb Charleston’s ‘litter louts,’” by North Charleston City Councilman Ron Brinson.

As a songwriter, I was disappointed to see Matt Tunstall’s misleading assertion in his Nov. 15 Post and Courier commentary that the Justice Department’s review of the ASCAP and BMI consent decrees could cause hundreds of South Carolina businesses “to raise prices and cut back on support for …

Dr. John Glaser, who wrote about the importance of the United States remaining a magnet for talent around the world, is the winner of The Post and Courier’s latest Golden Pen for his Oct. 28 letter in which he reflected on the applications he reviews for surgical residents at the Medical Uni…

I find the Nov. 16 Post and Courier editorial assessing the Opportunity Zones program rather interesting. You agreed with my assertion that the 2017 Opportunity Zones legislation is well-intended but needs tweaking, and stated my bill “suggested some restrictions that both sides might be abl…

The “great man” approach to planning for the International African American Museum prescribed in the op-ed by U.S. Rep. James E. Clyburn would fall far short of professional standards for the “whole story” approach to African American history and culture advocated by Citizens Want Excellence…

On Oct. 25, Charleston marked an important milestone by breaking ground for the International African American Museum. It grabbed the attention of the nation and world. Thousands of people from near and far attended and watched the festivities via live-streamed video.

I am grateful to have been one of 40 citizens accepted into Charleston Water System’s inaugural Citizens Water Academy, a six-course class in which we were taught about how Charleston’s 60 million gallons of water and over 20 million gallons of wastewater are processed each day.

Brian Kizer of Reevesville is the winner of The Post and Courier’s latest Golden Pen for his Sept. 20 letter to the editor about the lessons learned from Hurricane Hugo three decades ago and how disasters can pull people together.

I watched in amusement on Oct. 21 as President Donald Trump decried the uproar over his proposed use of his golf resort to host the G-7 summit, describing one of the constitutional pillars of our democracy as the “phony emoluments clause.” The remark was funny at first because the person who…

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