A candlelight vigil after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg at Broad and Meeting Street on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020 in downtown Charleston.
Next week's topic: Autumn
Moncks Corner Lions Club Football Jamboree on Friday, September 18, 2020 at Bonner Stadium at Berkeley High School.
The Wando Band held visual marching and movement rehearsal on Tuesday, Sept. 15.
Lucy Beckham JV football practice
Business owners and employees on Sullivan's Island took photos in a stance against a paid parking implementation.
A group of roughly 30 participants met at the H. Odell Weeks Activity Center parking lot at 6 p.m.
Another large fire heavily damaged Columbia's historic Babcock Building, knocking down its iconic garnet dome on Saturday, Sept 12, 2020.
Several of Aiken County's fire fighters parked their fire trucks in the parking lot of the H.Odell Weeks Activity Center to walk in remembrance of those who gave their lives to save others during the 9/11 attacks.
Next week's topic: Waves
First Baptist hosted Ben Lippen in SCISA football Friday night.
The 2020-21 Academic Year for Charleston County School District began on Sept. 8. The district had more than 13,000 students scheduled for in-person instruction during the first week of school and more than 35,000 learning virtually; either in the Virtual Academy or temporarily remote.
Workers install a new massive gamecock sculpture created by Jon Hair outside Williams-Brice Stadium￼￼￼ in center of the Lloyd Family Courtyard on Sept. 10, 2020. John A. Carlos II / Special to The Post and Courier
Thousands of Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester students returned to the classroom for the first day of school on Tuesday, Sep. 8, 2020.
The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce new headquarters made the move to Park Circle location.
Trial vaccine for COVID-19 at Clinical Trials of South Carolina on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020 in North Charleston. The plan is to enroll 30,000 people into the the company’s third trial phase across 80 sites in the United States where patients have a 2 to 1 ratio of actually getting the vaccine.
Family and friends gathered at Hillcrest Cemetery to celebrate the life of Ashley Ridge High student Amari President during a memorial service Saturday in Summerville.
Next week's topic: After school
Porter-Gaud hosts Hammond Academy as the football team opens the season at home.
The Town of Mount Pleasant Waterfront Music & Movies series concluded with "Enchanted" playing on Friday, Aug. 28, at Memorial Waterfront Park.
Preparations continue for the fall sports season, with a variety of adjustments having been made in the face of COVID-19. These scenes are from North Augusta High School's Aug. 31 varsity football practice.
Hundreds filled the streets of downtown Columbia for its largest wave of protests in months to register voters, back a hate crimes bill and demand justice for victims of police brutality.
Some Edgefield County residents may be breathing a sigh of relief with the placement of traffic lights at Bettis Academy Road and US 25. Several dozen people gathered in Bettis Academy Park August 29 to mark the occasion as a step toward safety at the intersection, where several people have …
Black Lives Matter protestors marched through downtown Charleston before being stopped by law enforcement Saturday.
Next week's topic: Summer.
United Healthcare, members of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Charleston Southern football team and others from the community pass out food for a Lowcountry Food Bank Distribution outside of the church on Friday, August 28, 2020 in North Charleston.
The newest Charleston County High School will be home to the Lucy Beckham Bengals.
Hurricane Laura leaves widespread flooding and damage in Louisiana and Texas.
Callies Hot Little Biscuit has been selling more mail-order pre-made biscuits across the country as tourism slows in Charleston.
Fox Creek High School launched into the 2020-21 academic year Aug. 25, holding the first day of classes. The charter school, under the current plan, has about 725 students, with approximately 125 having opted for online-only instruction in the weeks ahead. Approximately half of the remaining…
Greenville students return for the first day of school on Monday, August 24, 2020.
Seven-year-old twins Mary Grace and Bennett Sease, sell lemonade in their grandparents front yard to raise money for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital on Thursday, August 20, 2020.
One of North Augusta High School's football traditions has withstood the challenge of COVID-19, as the varsity players and coaching staff gathered Aug. 21 on their field for team and individual pictures. Photographer Wes Wilson handled the task, with precautions in place to minimize health risks.
Next week's topic: Blues
A rally at the South Carolina statehouse on Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020 celebrates the 100-year anniversary of 19th amendment giving women right to vote.
Lucy Garrett Beckham High School is complete and ready for the start of the 2020-21 school year.
Lions Field got plenty of attention during the weekend of Aug. 15-16, with volleyball players from around Georgia and the Carolinas on hand for a two-day tournament featuring two-on-two competition on grass all day long both days, despite a little Saturday rainfall. The players included seve…
The property at 40 Charlotte Street has used sustainable methods true to the time to revitalize one of Charleston's oldest Greek revival homes.
Next week's topic: Rhythm
Anne-Marie Bowdoin a Wagener Terrace resident found a DIY project on Pinterest for PVC Pipe Car Wash Sprinkler and decided to create neighborhood fun at her home in Charleston.
Friends and family gathered Tuesday, August 11, 2020 to mourn Italia Graham, a 5-year-old gunned down in her Summerville home Thursday.
Fox Creek High School's approach to the 2020-21 football season includes some pre-sunrise action. These scenes, from August 11, are from the varsity (6 a.m.) and junior-varsity (7 a.m.) workouts. Pads and helmets are not yet part of the action, but at this point, regulations relating to COVI…
Practices are continuing as teen athletes around North Augusta hope to have a fall sports season to begin the 2020-21 academic year. These scenes, from August 10, show North Augusta High School's volleyball players — varsity and junior-varsity alike — in practice. Each team member, until rec…
"Do not take your commitment lightly" said Cadet Col. Nicholas Piacentini, regimental commander for the 2020-2021 academic year, as knobs take the freshman oath pledging to remain loyal to the ideals, values and goal of The Citadel as they gathered on Summerall Field. Six hundred and ninety-…
Next week's topic: Reading