USC will not cancel classes when Gamecocks play football on a Thursday night
With 6 p.m. start in Charlotte, some students asked for no afternoon classes
The city of Columbia must pay $5,500 in workplace safety fines, hire a safety consultant and conduct more training on rescue procedures in the wake of a February cave-in death of a city worker.
Steve Spurrier believes he’s seen a difference in tackling over the past month and hopes his defense can transfer it to the game field better than it did a year ago. It will have to, Jon Hoke said.
State Rep. Kenneth Hodges and Walterboro attorney Margie Bright Matthews will advance to a Sept. 15 runoff in the Democratic race to replace slain state Sen. Clementa Pinckney.
Emails show how little of Hillary Clinton’s public persona was unscripted
Staff fought back hard and quickly against negative press
One close adviser admonished Clinton for admitting she was ‘tired’
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What’s coming up this fall for dance, theater, art and music
Caroline Rhea, Broadway’s “The Illusionists” and Dracula: Ballet With A Bite coming to Columbia
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