Dave Trembley was a stickler for doing things "the right way" as a Charleston minor league manager, Baltimore Orioles manager and as an Astros third-base coach, which is why he's disgusted by the Houston sign-stealing scandal.
Sarah Quinn was introduced to a project at her school called Bicycles for Humanity. The idea was to collect bikes that people here in Charleston didn’t want in order to send them to western Africa.
Sawyer Bridges of South Carolina and Jacob Hennessy of Clemson were once summer baseball teammates with big-time arms; now the former pitchers are student coaches after injuries ended their playing days.
Gene Sapakoff column: The College of Charleston has unveiled a brand-new fight song as part of its 250th anniversary and wants students to learn the words before the basketball season ends. Here are the best parts and a comparison to other options.
The state's Santee Cooper deal could lead to a serious divide between the haves (their customers) and the have-nots (Dominion ratepayers).
Nearly 80 percent of Johns Island is outside the county's Urban Growth Boundary. Would another town on the island do more than that?
Gene Sapakoff column: Monday night's rout of former nemesis UConn is a great barometer of South Carolina's national championship chances
Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson basketball is synonymous with wackiness but an ACC season in which the Tigers have upset Duke and finally conquered the Chapel Hill jinx but still are well off the NCAA Tournament bubble is one for the ages
Gene Sapakoff: Frank Martin's South Carolina Gamecocks are an NCAA Tournament-caliber team capable of shaking off adversity in time to make The Big Dance
Upstate Republicans want to play a dirty trick on South Carolina Democrats during their presidential primary. And that's a bad idea.
Gene Sapakoff column: Top-rated California recruits, a defensive lineman determined to be a Hollywood actor, Washington and Philadelphia prospects and a first-round NFL draft pick apparently headed for The Big Apple are all good for the Clemson brand.
Kansas City Chiefs fans are as loyal and loud as they come in the NFL and Barry Richardson, former football star at Wando High and Clemson, knows they're loving the first franchise trip to the Super Bowl in 50 years
Changing the way Charleston County School Board members are elected won't solve the biggest problem with education.
Bill Murray was seen filming a Jeep commercial last week in Woodstock, Ill., film location for his hit film "Groundhog Day." By the way, Groundhog Day this year is on Super Bowl Sunday.
Gene Sapakoff column: February Frenzy is fluid but the key is securing the best possible conference tournament seeding before it's too late
It is hard to argue, with a straight face anyway, that the 100 or so cruise ships sailing into port each year are simply “maritime commerce” — as opposed to, you know, “tourism.”
Gene Sapakoff column: The late Kobe Bryant was a budding superstar when his high school team played at the Beach Ball Classic in Myrtle Beach, and by the first month of his rookie year in the NBA, it was clear the Charlotte Hornets made a huge mistake by trading him to the Los Angeles Lakers
There was no way these caterpillars would survive if left in the wild for the remainder of January. Lynne Bauman is now hand-raising these insects and has them in a mesh habitat inside her house.
Government shouldn't be in the utilities business, but it's probably better to keep Santee Cooper out of the hands of investor-owned public companies.
Former City Councilman Maurice Washington could be the next Charleston County GOP chairman. And that's a good thing...
Too bad Clemson lost the big game last week. As a Carolina fan it’s a little difficult for me to get too worked up about it and, truth be told, I’m pleased with the outcome. But everybody likes Dabo and takes note of what Clemson has evolved into over the years. Accordingly, Dabo and the tea…
Everybody says they want permanent daylight saving time. But what will they say when it's dark until 8:30 some mornings?
I’ve been a little reluctant to embrace the idea of electronic commerce. It’s not necessarily out of fear of identity theft. I think it’s because I actually enjoy seeing and trying on what I’m getting.
But as the thermometer hit 75, rumors surfaced that the town — where costs are rising faster than revenue, and the mercury — didn’t need any snowplows.
Gene Sapakoff column: LSU's Joe Burrow put on the best quarterback show Clemson has ever faced, and ranks atop a list of Louisiana icons including Louis Armstrong, Huey Long and Shaq
Clemson sophomore quarterback Trevor Lawrence suffered his first college loss as the Tigers fell to LSU in the College Football Playoff national championship game. Lawrence fared better after the game, crediting LSU and taking the blame even as coaches and teammates had his back.
Gene Sapakoff: It's been quite a ride for Tony Elliott and Jeff Scott as Clemson's co-offensive coordinators, 70-4, two national championships and a deep friendship.
For the fourth time in the last five years, Clemson finds itself in tonight’s national championship game. They have won two titles in that time and enter tonight’s game against another unbeaten team, LSU.
Gene Sapakoff column: A Clemson-LSU national championship game in New Orleans delivers a lot of crazy plays, and the football game might be pretty good, too
Coming off what he considers a successful 2019, the Charleston County Council chairman plans to settle all family business this year.
The Clemson Club of New Orleans is surrounded by a different bunch of Tigers, and ready to have a blast at the Clemson-LSU national championship game. And so are LSU fans in Charleston
This helpful Q&A reveals all about the Real ID, or at least why South Carolina is one of the last states in the Union to comply with a federal law...
Two elite football programs share so many things, including a mascot and Death Valley. But where do these Tigers earn their stripes in a wide-ranging comparison?
Defending champion Clemson is preparing to face LSU for the national title on Jan. 13 in New Orleans because of action, not words. But words matter and “love” is at the core of Clemson’s four national championship game appearances in five years.
The best secondary Clemson has fielded under head coach Dabo Swinney doesn’t have to win every Joe Burrow battle against LSU, it just has to win enough to give the Clemson offense enough opportunities to prevail.