Muschamp focused solely on South Carolina, not redemption

Monday, August 22, 12:01 p.m.

COLUMBIA — Will Muschamp isn’t worried about what did or didn’t happen at his only other head coaching stop. Everything the new coach does is all about South Carolina.

Clemson aiming for College Football Playoff again

Monday, August 22, 12:01 a.m.

CLEMSON — When Clemson came back from its national championship loss to Alabama, coach Dabo Swinney showed his Tigers a handful of plays that could have changed the result.

Mosquitoes in North Charleston test positive for West Nile

Monday, August 22, 11:51 a.m.

Mosquitoes collected at the Naval Weapons Station recently tested positive for West Nile virus, a military spokesman said Monday.

RedHawks fall to league-leading Outsiders

Monday, August 22, 10:47 a.m.

The Lowcountry RedHawks were aiming to win on back-to-back weeks but came up short against the CCFL-leading Triad Outsiders on Saturday.

Trojans coast in opener

Commonplace with high school football coaches after winning regular season openers is the narrative their teams may have won but have many miles to go to be where they want to be.

Ultimate challenge awaits CSU in opener

Charleston Southern has turned the page to its long-awaited season opener at No.1 North Dakota State.

Old team foils Robinson's BHS opener

CENTRAL — On Friday the Berkeley High School football had a lot of big plays, but D.W. Daniel played more consistently to best the visiting Stags 33-21 on a wet, humid Week 0 contest at...

Cobras topple Ashley Ridge

Two of the top teams in the Lowcountry kicked off the 2016 season on Friday night at Ashley Ridge, with the visiting team from Cane Bay taking a wild 40-29 win.

Education Briefs

Dara Harrop has been named the new principal of Marrington Middle School of the Arts in Goose Creek, South Carolina. The Berkeley County School Board approved the appointment on July 26.

An easier A: Students will be graded on 10-point scale

In an effort to help Berkeley County’s public school students to match up to neighboring school district students and national students, the school board has unanimously passed a policy...

Trident Medical Center plans $13.5M expansion

Citing a need for additional access to emergency and surgical services Trident Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Todd Gallati has announced the hospital will embark on a $13.5 million expansion.

Arts Commission awards $23,983 to grantees

The South Carolina Arts Commission has awarded $3,148,120 in grants to South Carolina communities, artists, arts organizations and schools for the 2017 fiscal year as of July 1.

Milligan Police Summer Camp a great success

The second annual Joshua L Milligan Police Summer Camp took place July 25-29.

Miller graduates from basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class William C. Miller Jr. graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

Young ladies prepare for womanhood

Margie Brown, first lady of the United Methodist Cross Charge Church of Cross will present a seminar, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Aug. 20, for young ladies 12 years of age and older, at the Jerusalem United...

Williams: Live in the now and focus on the person you are becoming

It is not wrong to dream. To a certain extent we all do. Which of us have not at one time or another sat down and begin to project into the future the life we would like to have or at the least the...

Guest Column

Memories of neurotic Nicky still linger

Last night I dreamed about Nicky again.

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Editor’s Notes: Pokemon luring players to nearby sex offenders

More than 80 sex offenders live or work within a 2-mile radius of my office.

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