Historian Sonya Grantham wants a statue on South Carolina Statehouse grounds honoring an African-American World War I infantry unit that includes a Medal of Honor recipient, but she will run into a stringent state law that makes adding or removing monuments from public building almost impossible.
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PITTSBURGH — The suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre has been indicted by a federal grand jury.
Members of the Charleston community gather at the Holocaust Memorial in Marion Square before marching to Emanuel AME Church to honor the victi…
Members of Charleston's Jewish and other faith communities were deeply troubled by news that a shooting that left at least 10 people dead at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Faith leaders say that hopes and prayers are needed, but that action is also essential. They called for stamping out hateful rhetoric that has poisoned public discourse in recent years.
When 12 high school students who survived the mass shooting at Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School come to Charleston next week, they will meet privately with the loved ones of those who died in the Mother Emanuel AME church shooting — the people who understand trauma in a way few do.
The Rev. Kylon Middleton, senior pastor of Mount Zion AME Church, is taking the helm of Charleston's Illumination Project as the effort to bui…
The Citadel has announced its 2018 class for the school's Athletic Hall of Fame.
After Charleston City Council's narrow vote to apologize for slavery, it raised the question: Are we really making progress?
At the meeting earlier this week, he stunned fellow council members and many in the crowd when he announced he was voting against the resolution he helped draft.
Charleston City Council passed a resolution formally apologizing on behalf of the city for slavery — but only by one vote. Five councilmen, all from West Ashley, opposed it.