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1 hr ago | Post and Courier
Dr. Margaret Morris performs a hernia surgery on a dog as students from Goose Creek High School look on Thursday.
Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
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4 hrs ago | WebWire
Stroke deaths in the United States have declined dramatically in recent decades due to improved treatment and prevention, according to a scientific statement published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke.
8 hrs ago | Post and Courier
Elizabeth Bond, an actress who grew up in Charleston and graduated from Ashley Hall, is appearing tonight and next week in ABC's “Grey's Anatomy.” Bond, who excels in comedic roles, enrolled at Brown University where she studied biology and Latin , then taught Latin at St. Mary's School in Raleigh, N.C., according to her father, ... (more)
9 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper
As a group of about two dozen demonstrators chanted and waved signs reading "America can't survive on $7.25" outside a McDonald's today, a young bro in a baseball cap walked toward them with a rather purposeful gait.
11 hrs ago | Post and Courier
Protesters wanting better wages for fast food workers stand along the curb in front of the McDonald's on Savannah Highway Thursday in West Ashley.
12 hrs ago | WYFF-TV Greenville
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12 hrs ago | The Island Packet
Dancer and choreographer Sean Bankhead, 24, was discovered on YouTube. He now juggles teaching classes, filming for TLC's "Dance Kids ATL" and professional gigs.
14 hrs ago | Jalopnik
I went on vacation last week down in Charleston for Thanksgiving, and since I was on my own for a few days before the rest of my family showed up, I decided to go check out the museum ships at Patriot's Point.
15 hrs ago | Detroit News
A South Carolina man charged with the killing of University of Michigan medical student Paul DeWolf had his preliminary exam postponed until 11 a.m. December 13. Heavily shackled and wearing an orange prison jump suit, Shaquille Jones was largely mute in his brief appearance in 14A-1 District Court Thursday morning.
19 hrs ago | The Moultrie News
The Center for Business Research , a department of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, completed and released the 2013 Charleston SC Metro Area Wage and Benefits Survey comprised of significant data in three major categories: Benefit Plans and Benchmarks, Compensation Practices and Workforce Challenges.
Former drug dealer Abdullah Muhammad, also known as Smurf, talks about how to keep young men from turning to drugs and guns at a meeting of People United To Take Back Our Community in North Charleston on Wednesday.
With a nod to new school barbeque, Georgia's Southern Soul Barbeque will be joining forces with local favorite, Home Team BBQ, to host a Backyard BBQ that's sure to be a spectacle of smoked meats and good eats.
A 68-year old man who lives on Branch Avenue told officers he was sitting on the couch watching TV when he heard gunshots and windows shatter, according to the police report.
You think you've seen The Nutcracker before, but wait until you see the Spanish hot chocolate Argentinian tango and the peppermint ribbon dancers in the Columbia City Ballet's version.
The Krewe of Charleston, which organizes the Charleston Mardi Gras celebration each year, has chosen Joseph “Joe” Fred Rice as its King and Lisa Summer Rice as its Queen, to reign for one year starting February 2014.
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina and BlueChoice HealthPlan South Carolina have notified the state's Department of Insurance that the plans will be allowing their nongrandfathered individual and small group policyholders to renew their existing health plan coverage for one year.
Helping Out highlights some of the many charitable events and activities going on in the Charleston area.
On Thursday Charleston fast food workers are expected to join those in several other cities across the country in a walkout.