Years ago, this newspaper noted that biking's popularity was on an upswing, "but there will be no repetition of the militant demand that a path be provided on the Ashley River bridge exclusively for it." Read more
As an urban peninsula that's only about 8 square miles, downtown Charleston is a natural fit for people moving around on bikes and on foot. Read more
After a pedestrian was struck and killed on the Septima P. Clark Parkway early Thursday morning, debate has reignited about how to make the deadly eight-lane highway safer for people on foot. Read more
The Septima P. Clark Parkway is far and away the most dangerous road on the Charleston peninsula for pedestrians. Four have been killed at the intersection of that road and Coming Street since 2012. The most recent died early Thursday morning. Read more
COLUMBIA — South Carolina's growing rooftop solar industry scored a major victory Thursday, winning key approval for a bill they say will increase the emphasis on renewable energy and save thousands of jobs. Read more
Hurricane season warnings predict 2018 won't be as bad as last year, but there's a chance of three major hurricanes in the months ahead. Read more
In an effort to raise awareness about Reconstruction in South Carolina and the 1868 Constitutional Convention in Charleston, an event that opened the door to an unprecedented period of political and social equalization, local organizers will dedicate a new historic marker on Friday. Read more
MOUNT PLEASANT — Electronic cigarettes are now banned in workplaces throughout South Carolina's fourth-largest municipality. Read more
If you have a dead tree on your property in a high-traffic area, you might want to take note.
Officials have announced routes and road closures for two St. Patrick's Day parades set for Saturday in Charleston.
A rural Berkeley County police chief is being sued by a woman who claims she was unlawfully arrested and imprisoned despite blowing 0.00 on a breath alcohol test.
An opossum trained to guard money. A crowbar used to scratch an itch before a fatal beating. A phony alibi that included a trip to see a Confederate submarine. The murder suspect's stories had it all.
The final horn sounded and College of Charleston players sat lifeless, slumped in their seats on the Cougars' bench, some shaking their heads while others were on the verge of tears. Read more
College basketball referee and Charleston resident Ted Valentine is at home this week as the NCAA Tournament gets underway, something the 37-year veteran official calls an injustice. Read more
Earl Grant remembers the first time he walked through the doors at 319 Men, the afternoon in 2002 he popped into the fine clothing store on downtown Charleston’s busy King Street. He examined the trendy Italian suits and traditional seer-sucker displays. Read more
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Charleston County will explore selling what's being described as one of its most prized pieces of real estate to a nearby landowner in a private negotiation. Read more
WASHINGTON — Toy store chain Toys R Us is planning to sell or close all 800 of its U.S. stores, affecting as many as 33,000 jobs as the company winds down its operations after six decades, according to a source familiar with the matter. Read more
Chicken wraps, chicken and waffles and chicken salads will soon be offered in a former short-lived restaurant in North Charleston. Read more
The world's largest retailer hopes to bolster online sales and go head to head with competitors such as Amazon, Target and Kroger in the growing grocery delivery business. Read more