The former chief financial officer of Berkeley County School District continued to steal money while out on bail for embezzlement, officials said Friday.
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For months, Summerville residents opposed a homeless shelter near their homes because they fear it may attract drug users and create an unsafe environment. But Town Council voted Tuesday to approve the site.
The project, originally scheduled to be completed by summer 2017, has been delayed again as the town waits on permit approvals, including one from the Charleston District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
If you are running short on hurricane supplies, one Charleston-area membership store is offering to help — and it's still open Wednesday.
If Hurricane Florence makes landfall as a Category 4 or higher storm, Charleston County won't use its own public schools as emergency shelters.
Stacks of wooden pallets and bundles of cardboard boxes blocked the entrances to Walmart stores Tuesday throughout the Charleston region.
Leola Duberry is one of hundreds of centenarians in South Carolina: 659 in 2010, according to a Census Bureau report. Though they make up far less than 1 percent of the population, their numbers are increasing as people achieve longer life.
The problem of differing regulations in multiple jurisdictions across the Charleston area could take years to bring to uniformity.
The display aircraft was was transported to Columbia from the Mount Pleasant military museum in the spring.
Cane Bay and Fort Dorchester held on for close victories in high school football on Friday.