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Dave Spurlock, a longtime coach and administrator for Charleston County Schools and an innovative thinker on physical education and learning, has died.

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Tessa Mudd of Charleston Collegiate and Davion Joyner of Fort Dorchester are The Post and Courier's high school athletes of the year.

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For the second straight summer, the Charleston American Legion baseball team from Post 147 is the only team in the Lowcountry.

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North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey and his family retaliated against a longtime city employee toward whom Summey allegedly made sexual advances in the early 2000s, according to interviews with the

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Figuratively, it is because the Charleston native has returned home as part of the freshly minted Spoleto Festival USA Chorus.  Literally, it involves navigating a circular rotating stage while simultaneously singing in "La boheme,

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Aiken native TJ Wright, going by the stage name “DollaMenu,” was recently named Best DJ in Charleston by Charleston City Paper, winning the award against stiff competition. Fresh off of a performance with hip hop artist Desiigner,

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May 14 was a huge day for Lowcountry high school teams competing in the final stages of the state playoffs. Championships in soccer were decided in both the SCHSL and

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For its 75th anniversary celebration, Historic Charleston Foundation has flagged about 200 properties through the end of May.

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Five of the eight high school teams set to compete for lacrosse state championships this weekend are from the Lowcountry. Two of those teams are familiar foes with their schools less than 15 miles apart. Bishop England and Oceanside Collegiate Academy will ...

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How Electric Cooperatives Transformed Rural South Carolina.” The $29.99 paperback describes the history of publicly owned electric cooperatives, which enabled rural residents to benefit from modern amenities.

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