Len Ripley knew he was adopted from an early age, but he told Warren Peper that he had never been curious about his birth family until he had a heart attack.
If you tell a dozen people that “Gone with the Wind” was filmed at the Calhoun Mansion, half of ‘em will believe you.
So, it turns out SCE&G didn’t really squander $2 billion of customer money on those scuttled nuclear power plants.
"Katie Arrington should be on Joe Cunningham’s payroll — and angling for a performance bonus," writes Brian Hicks.
Gene Sapakoff column: Ken Hatfield, as busy as any retiree, says his "shame on you" Clemson exit will not influence his vote as the newest member of the College Football Playoff committee.
The Town of Mount Pleasant is having legal trouble of its own making. Maybe time to change the rules?
There are a multitude of tours for the taking in and around Charleston. I’ve participated in a number of them through the years, some with visitors from out of town and others just for my own enjoyment and edification.
The top 10 South Carolina running backs: George Rogers and debates including Brandon Bennett, Marcus Lattimore and Steve Wadiak
Two teenagers were shot and killed at a Charleston apartment complex last Sunday, a tragedy that capped a week of crime in the city’s largest suburb.
Gene Sapakoff column: Not only is South Carolina football wide receiver Deebo Samuel back from injury, he is primed for his best season
People who know me just a little bit quickly realize I’m not a crusader and rarely latch on to causes. It’s just not my style and I’m much more comfortable watching from the wings while offering everyday observations that might produce a smile or a shared memory.
Gene Sapakoff column: While Major League Baseball attendance has taken an alarming dip in 2018, S.C.'s minor league teams are doing well and here's why
More than two-dozen men barged into the Pickens County jail one morning in 1947, carrying shotguns and demanding the old man on duty turn over Willie Earle.
Former wrestler Matt Cappotelli died on June 29, 12 years after receiving his initial diagnosis and after fighting two battles with brain cancer. He was only 38. And he was a warrior.
Just a few months ago, a Florida parent asked her local school district to ban a book on her daughter’s middle school reading list.
So, the Republican primary runoff for governor has apparently come down to a race between Donald Trump and Nikki Haley.
Every Tuesday morning, 92-year-old James Alewine waits on his young friend, 71-year-old Lawrence Clair, to pick him up at his home in Summerville. Every week, these two men make a 30-mile trip to various parts of Dorchester County. They’re not going to the doctor, they’re delivering meals to…
The keys to success for a proposed new Myrtle Beach college football bowl game include Gamecocks and Tigers, hermit crabs and BBQ and maybe a few tough holes of miniature golf
Jake Bentley's football leadership skills have been on display since he arrived on the University of South Carolina campus. Gamecocks head coach Will Muschamp raves about the junior quarterback at every opportunity, lauding his skills on and off the field.
We’re gonna talk about one of God’s little creatures today that continues to torment me. It is an inventive and crafty creature that constantly takes from others, and may even privately laugh at people’s efforts to circumvent his daily, devilish deeds.
- Missing 17-year-old Porter-Gaud student's body recovered from Stono River
- Over 700 jellyfish stings reported on Charleston area beaches over weekend
- After racially tinged dispute, tug of war over Mount Pleasant park site resolved
- Dog-paddling armadillo filmed by fossil hunter in the ocean near Edisto
- Google plans to spend $600 million expanding its SC data center
- Clemson, South Carolina expect decisions this week from several football recruits
- Charleston might ask Johns Island developers to help pay for area's infrastructure
- MUSC again ranks as best in South Carolina, others fail to rank in specialties
- South Carolina better at energy, worse at procedure in second football scrimmage
- After big layoffs, Charleston-area smelter now hiring in light of tariffs, power deal hope
- Hootie & the Blowfish HomeGrown concert
- The future of Century Aluminum in Mount Holly depends on electricity costs
- Building MUSC's new Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital
- Elvis ain't Dead for one night at the Pour House
- First Day Festival kicks off the school year for Charleston area schools
- Challenges with hair becoming easier with new Air Force rules
- Rock band camp challenges campers and builds confidence
- Charleston Pride's inaugural “Toast to Equality” cocktail competition
- Reader photos: People during their travels
- Philip Simmons High School adds varsity football team