A group of 41 Mount Pleasant residents spent more than a year painstakingly crafting a new road map for the town’s future. And now: All that work for nothing.
Our annual mass alien abduction, aka Daylight Saving Time, remains a target of politician. But not changing our clocks is more complicated than it sounds.
9th Circuit Solicitor Scarlett Wilson wants violent repeat offenders off the street, but state courts keep letting them go
A crew of North Charleston firefighters and EMTs were training on the department’s fire boat in the Ashley River last Friday.
If you want to know how not to run an election, just take a drive up the interstate. Because North Carolina is putting on a clinic.
State officials offered an update on the Legislature’s ambitious plan to improve schools last week, and it was … educational.
Well, this is embarrassing. The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation says only 34 percent of South Carolina residents can pass an abbreviated version of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services test.
Some people will say anything during a courtship to get what they want — and you know how that usually turns out.
An audience at the Mount Pleasant library listens silently as three men calmly talk about violence, the crimes they’ve committed, the drugs they’ve sold — and the reason they quit.
Decorated soldier Isaac Woodard was wrongfully arrested, beaten and had his eyes gouged out by a South Carolina police chief in 1946. Now, 'it's time to right this wrong.'
Some Charleston Republicans feared their Black History Month Celebration was doomed when Ben Carson dropped out.
A few weeks ago, a Columbia anti-abortion activist sat in a legislative hearing and claimed the Bible says women aren’t fit for public office.
When John Tecklenburg speaks these days, it sometimes sounds like he’s giving a dramatic reading of "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner."
If anyone had predicted South Carolina might legalize medical marijuana a few years back, you would’ve sworn they were smoking something. But it could happen.
True story: South Carolina didn’t formally endorse a woman’s right to vote until three weeks before the first man walked on the moon.
So 2019 is off to a stellar start — 800,000 federal employees out of work, the stock market on a roller coaster and Nikki Haley lost her Twitter.
Just when South Carolina begins to look relatively sane compared to other states, the GOP comes along and says “hold my beer.”
The Charleston County School District is sailing into dangerous waters … again. And if the school board isn’t careful, it will end up in the same place it did last time: sunk.
This week, Charleston City Council did something no other government in South Carolina has been able — or willing — to do: Pass a hate crime law.
Some members of the Charleston Rifle Club are valiantly trying to drag their 1855 social lodge into the 21st century. But they’ve hit a snag somewhere around the mid-20th.
When Nikki Haley left the White House in October after politely resigning her post as United Nations ambassador, she probably had her own little Schwarzenegger moment.