Proposed upper King Street development dealt setback from BAR
Proposed upper King Street development dealt setback from BAR Board defers final approval

Plans for a seven-story mixed-use development on upper King Street were sent back to the drawing board Wednesday as Charleston Board of Architectural Review deferred final approval for the proposed…


The legend behind Charleston Boxing Club is ready to get his due
The legend behind Charleston Boxing Club is ready to get his due Hollywood's Disciples

Al "Hollywood" Meggett is looking for disciples. The 86-year-old patriarch of the Charleston Boxing Club has held court on upper King Street for more than 30 years. Temporarily laid up…


Joey Meek sentenced to 27-months for concealing knowledge of Emanuel AME shooting
Joey Meek sentenced to 27-months for concealing knowledge of Emanuel AME shooting Judge: ‘On that horrible night, he knew what had happened’

Standing in the same courtroom where Dylann Roof was handed down the death penalty, Joey Meek was sentenced 27 months in a federal prison for concealing knowledge of Roof’s crimes…


Attorneys jockey over evidence as the federal trial of Michael Slager nears
Attorneys jockey over evidence as the federal trial of Michael Slager nears Counting the Days

On the morning of May 9, in a Columbia courthouse, it will begin again. Individuals from all over the state will be sworn in and questioned as to why they…


S.C. lawmaker takes a stand against online ticket scalpers
S.C. lawmaker takes a stand against online ticket scalpers That’s the ticket

A new bill introduced in the South Carolina Senate aims to make online ticket scalping a thing of the past…


Blotter: Beware of falling racoons
Blotter: Beware of falling racoons Pest Control

Blotter o' the Week: A man was standing in front of his home enjoying a nice, cold beverage when a mysterious creature landed on his head. Believing himself to be…


Bipartisan 'disturbing schools' legislation passes an important procedural hurdle
Bipartisan 'disturbing schools' legislation passes an important procedural hurdle The School to Prison Pipeline

Back when I was in elementary and middle school, disturbing class was a serious offense. If you weren't careful, you could end up staying after school for detention, or if…


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