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Living on the coast is getting riskier to your health. Vibrio, the disease-causing germ that closes oyster beds, could soon find it way to your drinking water.
The wrongful termination lawsuit filed by former College of Charleston baseball coach Matt Heath is far from being settled.
Sophomore Brevin Galloway is having a break out season for the Cougars this year.
One of the Charleston region's biggest nonprofit groups will have a new chief executive officer in March, capping a nearly year-long national search.
One of the largest recent hotel projects planned for the Charleston peninsula may move one step closer this week to breaking ground. The 225-room lodging planned for Joseph P. Riley Waterfront Park is seeking preliminary approval from the city's Board of Architectural Review.
If the sky is clear Jan. 20, South Carolina could see a moon phenomenon.
Incoming College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu will receive a pay package of about $500,000 when he starts work on March 1 — more than his predecessor but less than some coaches and other heads of southern universities.
Lawyers for former College of Charleston baseball coach Matt Heath have accused athletic director Matt Roberts of lying and destroying evidence related to Heath’s firing.
The Post and Courier reached out to members of the faith, local government and business communities and asked them to describe their hopes for 2019.
WILMINGTON, N.C. – The importance of winning on the road in conference play is something Charleston coach Earl Grant discussed with his team b…