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.
North Charleston pays SCE&G $2 million annually to light its streets.
A Wando High School teacher sparked controversy with Charleston police last year after assigning the fictional tale of a white officer shooting a black teenager for summer reading.
Instead of paying a property tax bill in one lump sum, residents can apply to pay taxes in six installments. The deadline is Jan. 15.
The rehabilitated building that once housed Chicora Elementary will include early childhood STEM education, space for local artists, a performing arts venue with 300 seats and nonprofit offices.
The Catawba Indians live in a federally recognized reservation near Rock Hill, but their homes and lives are in many ways similar to other South Carolinians.
Charleston chef Chris Hyatt believes his home-cooked meals will help turn the tide in Union Heights, a struggling neighborhood in the Neck.
Charleston County homeowners can pay their 2019 property taxes in six installments as opposed to one lump sum. Advocates agree the plan will benefit those who can no longer afford their bills.
Recently impeded by the farm bill, the Trump administration will attempt to go through the USDA to alter food stamp rules.
The man crashed on Magnolia Road near the Avondale neighborhood.