There were several upsets this first week of college football. No. 5 Oklahoma was upended by No. 15 Houston. No. 5 LSU was beaten by unranked Wisconsin, and No. 10
Clemson’s football team began its quest to return to the college football championship game with a 19-13 win at Auburn in front of 87,000 fans. Panthers all-pro quarterback Cam Newton,
The Will Muschamp era began Thursday as 4 1/2 point underdogs at Vanderbilt and lots of uncertainty. Muschamp did not name Perry Orth the starting quarterback until moments before kickoff.
Launched during the 2015 Charleston Mayoral race to ensure that the West Ashley neighborhoods became a focal point in local politics, West Ashley United is a non-profit organization designed to
The key issue in the 1998 South Carolina Governor’s race was whether to implement a state lottery. Republican incumbent David Beasley was against the lottery, and Democrat challenger Jim Hodges
State Representative Wendell Gilliard started Charleston Police Unity Day 17 years ago after being elected to Charleston City Council. He has made it an annual event to promote good relationships
To quote a Bobby Vinton 1972 classic, Sealed with a Kiss, “It has been a long, lonely summer” – without football. Football junkies have already seen the Alabama-Clemson national championship
Bishop England engineered a late touchdown drive to defeat AAAA West Ashley 21-14. The Bishops opened the season 2-0 for the first time since 2007. The Wildcats dropped to 1-1.
Scores for the second week of lowcountry high school football: Academic Magnet (36) | Oceanside Collegiate (0) Andrews (42) | Hanahan (35) Baptist Hill (36) | Garrett (14) Berkley (47)
Charleston City Councilman Keith Waring recently addressed the West Ashley – James Island Business Association (WAJIBA) to discuss the West Ashley revitalization plan. He emphasized that true West Ashley revitalization