The Underground Railroad took many forms; water-based travel to Florida was just one.
Hannah Alani is a reporter at The Post and Courier covering race, immigration and rural life across the Palmetto State. Before graduating from Indiana University and moving to Charleston in 2017, her byline appeared in The New York Times.
A disproportionately high number of kids who die from drowning in South Carolina are black. As a lifeguard, Jennifer Holmes wants to change that.
Only 600 of 800 scheduled workers showed up for duty in Charleston County.
A Santee Cooper sale could lead to a worst-case scenario in which the world-famous Lake Moultrie and Lake Marion are drained.
Officially incorporated in 1889, Lincolnville quickly became a place where recently enslaved families flocked during Reconstruction. During these early years, community leaders built a one-room jail, established a small school and built more churches. On Jan. 5, the town will unveil its official South Carolina historical marker.
The Historic Charleston Foundation will document the history of Mosquito Beach using the stories, photographs, documents and memorabilia of those who remember it.
Each year, the Human Rights Campaign — an organization working to achieve equality for LGBTQ citizens — scores U.S. cities on their LGBTQ inclusion policies. Columbia and Charleston ranked best in South Carolina.
Tens of thousands of foreign workers are flooding into South Carolina and other states through a government-sponsored program to take jobs Americans don’t want, even as the Trump administration clamps down on illegal immigration and pushes for a border wall to bolster security.