Sullivan’s Island Town Council just reaffirmed something that became abundantly clear to residents this time last year.
It’s entirely fitting that the Charleston Fire Department’s newest station stands beside a memorial to fallen firefighters.
Some of Kristin Graziano’s earliest supporters apparently have decided to, uh, unfriend the new Charleston County sheriff.
It was those small communities outside the bustling center of Venice that Peter Shahid remembers the most.
Chief Justice Don Beatty made this interesting disclaimer Tuesday when the state Supreme Court heard arguments in two lawsuits over school mask mandates.
Some folks are unhappy with the compromise plan to widen Highway 41. They would have liked the alternative even less.
It took guts for the Charleston County School Board to pass a mask mandate, partly because of all the temper tantrums.
The first recipients of the Meeting Street Scholarships gathered this weekend just before the start of their college careers — careers that will begin without crushing debt.
Jamal Sutherland’s death exposed dangerous failures at the Charleston County jail — but the biggest surprise here is that no one was killed sooner.
9th Circuit Solicitor Scarlett Wilson announces she cannot file charges against the two Charleston County jail deputies who took Jamal Sutherland from his cell just before he died.
ESTES PARK, COLORADO — When the good folks here at The Stanley Hotel put you in Room 215, you learn the true meaning of horror.
Mark Sanford says if he were still in Congress, he would’ve voted “yes” to investigate the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Here are some of the first Charleston County high school graduates going to college, at least in part, because of the Ben and Kelly Navarro Meeting Street Scholarship Fund.
Jamal Sutherland died on Jan. 5, as jail personnel tried to take him from his cell to a bond hearing on a misdemeanor charge. Those who’ve seen the video say it’s horrifying; they evoke the name “George Floyd” and predict that some people will call it murder.
A lot of Sullivan’s Island residents tell the same sad story: They didn’t vote in the 2019 town elections, and now regret it.
Gene Sapakoff column: Mount Pleasant's Debbie Antonelli called early-round men's and women's NCAA Tournament games as a television analyst, so who better to ask about a pair of Final Fours?
South Carolina lawmakers who regularly push for “open carry” laws are usually, in parlance, hopelessly outgunned.
State lawmakers are finally doing the people’s business — going after South Carolina’s epidemic number of annoying drivers.
After an entire year of pandemic madness, it’s natural to embrace any good news … maybe even give it a big ol’ unsanitary, socially snug bear hug.
Towner Magill raises a valid question: How is it that there’s not a single Mount Pleasant resident in the South Carolina state Senate?