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When Gregory Porter took center stage at the Cistern at the College of Charleston last night to open the Wells Fargo Jazz Series for Spoleto 2013, his signature hood-like hat encased his head, allowing only his face to show.
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One of our favorite parts of Spoleto is spotting performers around town, whether it's orchestra members lugging around their heavy instruments in black-tie attire or the star of the festival's big opera eating lunch at Basil.
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The Jewish community of Charleston, South Carolina, wants everyone to know that Florida isn't the only state where Jewish couples can enjoy their golden years basking in warm weather and Jewish community.
North Charleston resident Sandra Bourgeois and her dog Peppy, a Chihuahua and Jack Russell terrior mix, faced down an alligator that lurked Wednesday night in a ditch behind the backyard fence at her home off North Oakridge Circle.
Mega-ships like the 1,065-foot-long MSC Rita, which was tied up at Wando Welch Terminal on April 1, are becoming an increasingly common sight at the Port of Charleston.
At opening ceremonies foremost in the remembrance was Ted Stern, the founding chairman of the festival board, who died in January at 100 and to whom the 2013 festival is dedicated.
Officers were dispatched about 11 a.m. to a Jenkins Avenue home concerning a robbery, police spokesman Spencer Pryor said.
With the Memorial Day weekend marking the unofficial start of summer, and some South Carolina residents getting set to hit the waters, authorities say they'll be out on the state's waters to ensure that safety prevails.
A North Charleston store owner said she feels like she was robbed by the federal government this week after agents carted off merchandise and “a lot of cash” in a raid tied to a probe of synthetic marijuana sales.
Union and United States Army Sergeant William Harvey Carvey owns the honorable distinction as the first African-American solider to be awarded the Medal Of Honor for his services to the country during the great Civil War.
The leading candidate for the U.S. location for military commissions is the Naval Brig at Charleston, S.C., according to a senior administration official.
A Moncks Corner woman is accused of embezzling $55,000 from the Charleston church where she served as a treasurer, an incident report states.
The Horizon Development Foundation announced Thursday that Gateway Development Services Inc.
Evening Post Publishing Co., parent of The Post and Courier, said Phase I of its Courier Square development will involved 2.8 acres of land and include apartments, office space, other commercial space and a parking deck.
Rescue workers and firefighters on Wednesday afternoon remove one of the occupants of a Sumter Utilities truck that plunged off northbound U.S. Highway 17 near the Meeting Street exit in downtown Charleston.
Known as The Stevie Awards , the competition recognizes achievements and contributions of businesses worldwide.
Spoleto Festival USA , Charleston's massive performing arts festival that spreads across three weeks at the beginning of summer each year, officially kicks off this Friday, May 24.