It's Sunday. Tropical Florence is done with the Charleston area. Now who's open for dinner and where can we stock up on fresh supplies?
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.
Florence was a bit of a dud, but don't let down your guard just yet as the Charleston area could still get hit with some flooding.
Thousands of acres of cotton, soybeans and peanuts are at risk as Tropical Storm Florence approaches the Pee Dee Region.
On Sullivan's Island, Folly Beach and Isle of Palms, many residents decided to stay put during hurricane.
Singer and surfer Jimmy Buffett made waves on social media this week as he did what governors, mayors and emergency crews have urged the publi…
Anybody considering using CARTA as a means of transportation should first call the Charleston County emergency line: 843-746-3900.
The speaker has traveled the country giving talks about race relations, but he feels Charleston is an important place to speak.
Kristen Kornbluth is a food runner and server's assistant at Indaco, a restaurant on Upper King Street.
After meeting local Muslims, Irmo Mayor Hardy King reconsidered his own views and later planned a town event called, "Demystifying Islam."
The Citadel is one of the 10 schools nationwide to receive funding from the Association of American Colleges and Universities for the creation of a Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Center.