Where to see 2020 Democratic candidates and their campaigns near Charleston ahead of  Feb. 29 primary
Where to see 2020 Democratic candidates and their campaigns near Charleston ahead of Feb. 29 primary Likely your final chances to meet the 2020 nominee

Still undecided on who to vote for? Check out these 2020 Presidential Candidate happenings in Charleston to learn more about each runners campaign…


Debunking myths surrounding the Confederate narrative
Debunking myths surrounding the Confederate narrative The Lost Cause was a False Cause

A just-released book by College of Charleston history professor Adam H. Domby examines the fallacies of the Confederate narrative which still define how many people see our diverse, growing state…


Charleston civil rights hero and transportation advocate remembered
Charleston civil rights hero and transportation advocate remembered Take a Seat

Working alongside his friends and neighbors, one "unknown man" from the Charleston-area sea islands went on to have an outsized impact on our local community…


Lowline organizers present ideas for linear park they say could connect city and help downtown flooding
Lowline organizers present ideas for linear park they say could connect city and help downtown flooding More detailed plan within a year

The Friends of the Lowcountry Lowline (FLL) presented a conceptual design study to the City of Charleston on Tues. Feb. 11. The study outlines the potential benefits of the Lowline,…


"Alienating" anti-LGBTQ measures could exacerbate human trafficking fight
"Alienating" anti-LGBTQ measures could exacerbate human trafficking fight

As the state legislature moves forward with more teeth against forced prostitution, there are things to consider beyond fines and penalties, at least one advocate says…


Blotter: Sign on the DUI
Blotter: Sign on the DUI Don't take my pens

Blotter o' the week: During a DUI stop, an officer asked a man to follow a pen with his eyes while moving it in front of his face. The man…


Democratic campaigns converge for the first-in-the-South primary
Democratic campaigns converge for the first-in-the-South primary Welcome to South Carolina

Remember what native son James L. Pettigru wrote just after the state seceded in December 1860: "South Carolina is too small for a republic and too large for an insane…


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