The activist group Indivisible Charleston held a rally in front of Sen. Tim Scott’s office at North Charleston City Hall Tues., calling for the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
State Representative Tommy Pope (R-Rock Hill) made several stops in the Lowcountry back in November when he was a candidate for Governor. He made a return visit when he spoke
An unruly crowd of more than 1000, most of whom are organized to resist the agenda of President Donald Trump, showed up at the Brooks Center in Clemson for a
President Donald Trump addressed the crew of the pre-commissioning aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78), named after the 38th President of the United States. The carrier is expected to join
Charleston County Council passed the third and final reading on an ordinance to provide $150 Million in funding to complete I-526 (Mark Clark Expressway) to connect West Ashley to Johns
Homeowners from West Ashley and James Island spoke out at Tuesday’s Charleston City Council meeting about drainage and traffic issues. To address the drainage situation, City Council passed the first
Charleston City Council meets at 5 pm today to discuss a temporary moratorium on construction along the 5000 acre Church Creek drainage basin in West Ashley. The moratorium contains a
Addressing a crowd of vocal members of the left-leaning group Indivisible Charleston, Sen. Tim Scott conducted a Town Hall meeting in the Charleston County Council chambers Sat. in North Charleston.
Sen. Tim Scott, one of the two African-Americans in the U.S. Senate, accompanied President Donald Trump at a Tuesday tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture
President Donald Trump was the featured speaker at the rollout for Boeing’s 787-10 Dreamliner at its North Charleston plant Friday. The aircraft, which already has received 149 orders around the