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Past articles by Caitlin:

Mark Sanford, SC Republican, former US Rep, considers presidential run against Trump

Mark Sanford, the former South Carolina congressman ousted from office after President Donald Trump urged voters to toss him out, is considering a run for president. → Read More

Charleston’s Emanuel AME Church in a balancing act of hosting 2020 candidates

"This is something I don't take lightly," the Rev. Eric S.C. Manning said of his church's emerging prominence as the 2020 Democrats running for president call to visit. → Read More

Publix PAC tried to give SC's Joe Cunningham $1,000. He rejected it.

U.S. Rep. Joe Cunningham, D-Charleston, is rejecting corporate PAC money, but does have former lobbyists on his staff. → Read More

The Air Force has lifted its ban on dreadlocks, a 'phenomenal' change for black women

At one time, both the Air Force and the Army even described this hairstyle typically worn by black women as being "unkempt." Now, new dress regulations are allowing its airmen → Read More

Slight chance of rain across the Lowcountry today

Saturday could get wet. → Read More

No charges yet after shooting at North Charleston bar

BY CAITLIN BYRD AND DERREK ASBERRY Police say a shooter will not yet be charged after acting in self-defense when he fired several rounds from his handgun and struck a victim outside of a North Charleston bar early Saturday morning. Spencer Pryor, a spokesperson with the North Charleston Police Department, said police have used a statement… → Read More

Sunny, with a high near 88 in Charleston today

A warm and sunny weekend is on its way to Charleston, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Stephen Colbert rolled with The Post and Courier

Here's the thing about newspapers: People don't just read them — they use them. → Read More

Police searching for armed robbery, kidnapping suspect

Charleston police are looking for a man wanted in connection with an armed robbery and kidnapping they say happened earlier this week. → Read More

Warm and sunny weather predicted for Mother’s Day weekend

One day after temperatures dipped to historic lows in Charleston, warmer weather is on its way to the Lowcountry. → Read More

Dense fog possible this morning, but sunny day ahead

Saturday will start with soupy skies in the Charleston area, but sunshine is expected to triumph. → Read More

String of burglaries reported in downtown Charleston

Seven burglaries occurred in downtown Charleston this month over a span of nine days, and Charleston police said they are still investigating whether the crimes are related. → Read More

Man in stolen pickup truck leads police on high-speed chase

A 47-year-old man tried to outdrive North Charleston police in a stolen pickup truck Saturday morning and lost. → Read More

Last week was all about spring, now show us what you see during outdoor strolls

Spring has officially sprung, and readers had the photos to prove it. → Read More

Holiday pop-up shops coming to Asheville

Asheville area shoppers will have their pick of pop-up shops this holiday season. → Read More

Breaking the poverty cycle with business

"Entrepreneurship is saying I'm taking control of my life." → Read More

Fire displaces Asheville apartment building residents

The fire struck Friday evening at Westall Apartments off Merrimon Avenue. → Read More

14 killed in wrecks during Thanksgiving holiday

Fourteen motorists died on North Carolina highways during the Thanksgiving holiday. → Read More

Police: Man breaks into home, steals $300 in change

Weaverville Police say a man stole $300 worth of change on Friday. → Read More

Weaverville woman dies after camper explosion

A Weavervile woman who faced a long recovery after her family's camper exploded has died. → Read More