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All we seem to read about in the headlines is "fake news." [Read More]
The Aug. 12 article headlined, "Stronger hurricanes becoming the norm," perpetuates a false belief that stronger hurricanes are becoming the norm. [Read More]
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Muralist David Boatwright is restoring two Spring Street signs that were originally painted in the 1950s. [Read More]
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From brews to bingo, here are the best ways to spend your weekend. [Read More]
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Here are 10 concerts you should see this month. [Read More]
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Gene Sapakoff column: South Carolina must get creative in its effort to replace star tight end Hayden Hurst... [Read More]
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The Citadel has named Mike Capaccio as athletic director. [Read More]
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After a string of homicides that shook the city of North Charleston, after suffering violent crime herself, Lakeisha Burgess-Brown is taking the first steps toward... [Read More]
Every year, T-Mobile gathers a few hundred people, hands out noisemakers and fires up a video stream to announce what it hopes will be the... [Read More]
The attorneys are effectively asking a state judge to order SCE&G to repay the entire $37 million per month the utility collected since August of... [Read More]
The City of Charleston will continue to certify tour guides who pass a test while attorneys ask a federal judge to reconsider a recent court... [Read More]
South Carolinians could pay more for their online purchases starting Oct. 1, just in time for the holiday shopping season. [Read More]
Residents on Wednesday were allowed to return to a James Island condominium complex that was evacuated two weeks ago because of termite and water damage. [Read More]
The Statehouse corruption probe trial of former House Judiciary chairman Jim Harrison appears likely to start this fall after a judge heard his arguments Wednesday... [Read More]
South Carolina led the SEC in turnovers last year and was tied for ninth in the country. That was good but Travaris Robinson wants more. [Read More]
You might know Sarah McLachlan from the really sad SPCA animal shelter commercials with her singing her hit song "Angel" as homeless puppies and kittens... [Read More]
Every year, T-Mobile gathers a few hundred people, hands out noisemakers and fires up a video stream to announce what it hopes will be the... [Read More]
A new startup that bills itself as the Airbnb of parking is working to get a foothold in the Charleston area, but it's already run... [Read More]
Podcasts have become a hugely popular form of entertainment over the past decade, and they cover a wide array of subjects from sports to politics... [Read More]
Mount Pleasant is moving forward with a plan to limit the number of residential construction permits issued annual, in an attempt to hold the town's... [Read More]
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