The flora of the young shoreside woods provides more than protection from storms. It's a veritable pharmacy of natural cures.
Adam Parker has covered many beats and topics for The Post and Courier, including race in America, religion, and the arts. He is the author of "Outside Agitator: The Civil Rights Struggle of Cleveland Sellers Jr.," published by Hub City Press.
Seabrook author's 1st volume of thriller trilogy is out
Local philanthropist and activist Linda Ketner has endowed a scholarship to benefit young "change agents."
A newly appointed staffer with South Carolina ties adds to an increasingly diverse White House administration. Goff will be responsible for advancing Biden's legislative agenda on Capitol Hill.
Local Episcopal priest pens new hymnal
For 20 years, Trident United Way has organized an annual Day of Caring when a variety of local nonprofits and schools benefit from the volunteer work of hundreds of participants.
Charleston native Mel Hamilton was among the former footballers kicked off their college team for protesting discrimination.
A Lowcountry love story turns frightening, attracts a movie star and leaves Emilee Stickel bereft.
The current Ketner Scholars at the College of Charleston are Jody Bell (from left), Makayla Cook, Kristen Graham and Marissa Haynes.
When Robert Green and 49 other African American soldiers loaded onto a crowded bus that would take them back to their barracks, one of the men sat next to a White woman. This led to mass arrests and a series of events that marked a dark era in Columbia's history.