The YWCA of Greater Charleston's annual event aimed at combating racism will focus on a range of current hot-button issues such as homelessness, educa
COLUMBIA - Hours after the chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party said there were new instances of "unethical activity" by Gov. Nikki Haley,
COLUMBIA - The South Carolina Republican Party is demanding that a third party candidate running for governor stop referring to himself as a Republica
The third weekend of every April, alumni of Porter Military Academy gather at St. Luke's Chapel for a service to celebrate the heritage and history of
ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES: The battery-powered devices made of plastic or metal heat a liquid nicotine solution, creating vapor that users inhale. Some mo
The federal government wants to ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors and require health warning labels and approval for new products.
By MEG KINNARD
- Thursday, April 24, 2014
COLUMBIA - The state Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the law that governs how South Carolina's elections are conducted, dismissing the Libertarian Pa
A firm connected to the health care industry will bring 615 jobs to Aiken County.
COLUMBIA - Chad Holbrook didn't need to be convinced Alabama's baseball team was a legitimate contender this spring, but
The Charleston Battery will face the Panama City Beach Pirates, a professional development team, in the second round of the 2014 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open
A wing commander at the Charleston Air Force Base has been selected for promotion to the rank of brigadier general in the Air Force.
For as long as she can remember, Jasmine Quinn has dreamed of performing on the Olympic stage among the world's greatest athletes. But her dream has c
College of Charleston fans will swap Brett Gardner stories Friday night when the New York Yankees outfielder is officially honored with a five-panel p
Bail was set Wednesday for the man accused in the Summerville shooting death of a woman inside the Moonshine Saloon in December, according to court re
Former Berkeley football coach Jerry Brown is on the move again. He has resigned as coach at Batesburg-Leesville and has inquired about the vacant hea