Nearly a month after Florence, the Red Cross alone has collected roughly $12.5 million in donations and pledges. The money has helped the group and its volunteers hand out some 300,000 meals and distribute kits with household items like diapers, toothpaste and deodorant for people forced from their homes.
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Through midday Thursday, more than $15 million had been pledged in aid after the disaster. The amount is expected to rise as more companies report contributions.
Spared the worst effects from Hurricane Florence, mayors in and around Charleston have joined forces to raise money for those who weren't.
The huge mahogany trees were shattered stumps. Everywhere you looked, the normally leafy island was brown.
The flu may have fallen slightly from its peak in South Carolina, but the disease is still considered widespread and continues to impact thous…
After leaving her family's frozen-food marketing business in Los Angeles, Sandy Klein decided to cross the country and follow her two daughter…
The National Weather Service in Charleston called for a light brush of freezing rain overnight Thursday into Friday morning and the coldest temperatures of the season by Sunday night.
Groups from around the Lowcountry that rely on donations are gearing up for the annual #GivingTuesday philanthropic push.
Jack Wylan Rhodes of Folly Beach, previously of Summerville, a longtime local pediatrician and former chairman of the Presbyterian Home of Sou…
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) — Authorities say a fire at a South Carolina apartment complex caused heavy damage to several units.