A local nonprofit is hoping the tax-free weekend will mean more donations of school supplies as teachers and kids get ready to head back to school. More>>
A little more than a month after Nason Medical Center was dropped from the Blue Cross Blue Shield list of in-network providers, the two sides compromised on a deal to bring the urgent care centers back into the fold. More>>
A Lowcountry veteran is calling for more staff and an attitude change at Charleston's veterans medical center after she has fought for weeks to see a neurologist. More>>
Operation Move Out is a joint effort between the City of Charleston and College of Charleston to get rid of thousands of college students’ trash off the streets as they move out of their off-campus apartments. More>>
A sixth straight month of solid 200,000-plus job growth in July reinforced growing evidence that the U.S. economy is accelerating after five years of sluggish expansion. More>>
Police are looking for a man they say robbed a Goose Creek pharmacy Friday afternoon. More>>
The executive editor of The Island Packet of Hilton Head and The Beaufort Gazette is retiring after 42 years in the newspaper business. More>>
South Carolina Electric & Gas has moved almost a half million tons of coal ash from lagoons on the Wateree River to a lined landfill at its generating plant site on the river near Columbia. More>>
The man and woman wanted in a Colleton County child neglect case have been found.
Charleston police are investigating a robbery at a West Ashley bank Friday afternoon. More>>
A California fruit supplier is voluntarily recalling certain lots of fruit for a contamination hazard. More>>
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall of Top Fin Aquarium Heaters Friday. More>>
A 19-year-old girl from Charleston is $200,000 richer after playing the lottery for the first time. More>>
It's not going to rain all weekend, but with a stationary front draped over the Lowcountry, rain will be possible at just about any time, and it could be very heavy.
Tropical storm warnings have been issued for Puerto Rico, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands and other nearby islands as Tropical Storm Bertha approaches the Caribbean. More>>
Charleston County has submitted 6,800 records to the State Law Enforcement Agency as part of its compliance with a new South Carolina law, according to probate court Judge Irvin Condon. More>>
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