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Participants in the 9/11 Silent Walk cross the Ravenel Bridge on Wednesday, Sep. 11, 2019 in remembrance of those who died in the 2001 terror... [Read More]
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Gene Sapakoff column: The 2010 upset of No. 1 Alabama was one of the greatest football wins in South Carolina history, but the 2019 Gamecocks... [Read More]
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The South Carolina Republican Party has come up with an ingenious plan to save taxpayer money. [Read More]
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Cadets with the Citadel Republican Society place more than 3,000 flags along the college's Avenue of Remembrance to recognize those who lost their lives in... [Read More]
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Soon after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, Charleston-area attorneys spearheaded a controversial lawsuit alleging that Saudi Arabia and some of the world's biggest Muslim charities... [Read More]
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The U.S. senator from Colorado mounted an all-out assault on The Post and Courier's presidential campaign food contest. [Read More]
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This week, we're digging into the University of South Carolina's recent (and controversial) search for a new university president. [Read More]
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Johnson Hagood Stadium, home to The Citadel Bulldogs, will host two high school football games this week. [Read More]
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After three or four days of missed school, it's up to local school districts to decide if and how their students will make up lost... [Read More]
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The Medical University of South Carolina is expanding its urgent care options under an affilation between the hospital system and the largest network of quick... [Read More]
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A Dorchester County company that designs and manufactures gun barrels and other high-precision machined parts plans to add 63 jobs and invest $9.5 million in... [Read More]
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Gene Sapakoff column: Cut by the Buffalo Bills, former Clemson player Ray-Ray McCloud has quickly fit in with his new team, the Carolina Panthers, thanks... [Read More]
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The area around Columbia's Williams-Brice Stadium is a party zone on football days but is largely used for industrial and warehouse work the rest of... [Read More]
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Court is now in session. A health-minded customer wants slaw, or even celery and carrots, with her meal at the CODFather. But restaurateur Adam Randall... [Read More]
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Cadets at The Citadel spotted an unusual and unwelcome visitor in their college's mess hall Monday morning. [Read More]
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A South Carolina judge upheld a decision by the S.C. Department of Revenue that Amazon.com owes sales tax on goods that outside merchants listed on... [Read More]
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Hurricane Dorian's storm surge forecast for Charleston and much of South Carolina didn't come to pass, but meteorologists say the warnings were in line with... [Read More]
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University of South Carolina trustees lobbied each other, insulted colleagues and debated liberal bias on college campuses as they argued over hiring former West Point... [Read More]
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All the polls speak to Americans' desire for sensible gun legislation, including elimination of semiautomatic weapons with high-capacity magazines, red flag laws, comprehensive background checks... [Read More]
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