List of newspapers in South Carolina

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This is a list of newspapers in South Carolina, United States.

List of newspapers[edit]

Title Locale Year est. Frequency Publisher/parent company Notes
Advertizer-Herald Bamberg, South Carolina Weekly
Aiken Leader Wagener, South Carolina Weekly
Aiken Standard Aiken Major paper
Anderson Observer Anderson Weekly
Beaufort Gazette Beaufort McClatchy Company[1] Major paper
Berkeley Independent Moncks Corner Weekly
Berkeley Observer Goose Creek[2] Daily
Chapin Times Chapin Weekly
Charleston City Paper Charleston, South Carolina Weekly
Cheraw Chronicle Cheraw Weekly
Chronicle-Independent Camden, South Carolina Weekly
Clinton Chronicle Clinton Weekly
Coastal Observer Pawleys Island Weekly
Colletonian Walterboro, South Carolina Weekly
Columbia City Paper Columbia Major paper
Daily King News Hilton Head Island Major paper
Dillon Herald Dillon Weekly
Dorchester Eagle-Record St. George, South Carolina Weekly
Edgefield Advertiser Edgefield, South Carolina Weekly
El Palmetto Columbia Daily
Free Times Weekly paper distributed throughout the state
Georgetown Times Georgetown Daily
Greenville News Greenville Gannett Company[3] Major paper
Hampton County Guardian Hampton, South Carolina Weekly
Herald Rock Hill McClatchy Company[1] Major paper
Herald-Journal Spartanburg GateHouse Media[4] Major paper
Holly Hill Observer Holly Hill, South Carolina Weekly
Horry Independent Conway Weekly
Independent-Mail Anderson Gannett Company[3] Major paper
Index-Journal Greenwood Major paper
Island Packet Hilton Head Island McClatchy Company[1] Major paper
Item Sumter Major paper
Jasper County Sun Ridgeland, South Carolina Weekly
Journal Seneca Major paper
Lake City News & Post Lake City Weekly
Lancaster News Lancaster, South Carolina Three times weekly
Laurens County Advertiser Laurens, South Carolina Weekly
Lee County Observer Bishopville Weekly
Marion Star & Mullins Enterprise Marion Weekly
Marlboro Herald Advocate Bennettsville Weekly
McCormick Messenger McCormick, South Carolina Weekly
Morning News Florence Daily Berkshire Hathaway Inc.[5] Major paper
Myrtle Beach Herald Myrtle Beach Weekly
Newberry Observer Newberry Weekly
News Kingstree Weekly
News and Press Darlington Weekly
News & Reporter Chester, South Carolina Twice weekly
North Myrtle Beach Times North Myrtle Beach Weekly
People-Sentinel Barnwell, South Carolina Weekly
Post and Courier Charleston 1803[6] Major paper. Charleston Courier began in 1803; became Post and Courier in 1991
Press and Banner and Abbeville Medium Abbeville Weekly
Press and Standard Walterboro, South Carolina Weekly
Progressive Journal Pageland, South Carolina Weekly
Santee Striper Santee, South Carolina Weekly
State Columbia 1891[6] McClatchy Company[1] Major paper
Summerville Journal-Scene Summerville, South Carolina Twice weekly
Sun News Myrtle Beach Daily McClatchy Company[1] Major paper
Times and Democrat Orangeburg Major paper
True Nation News Magazine Bluffton Major paper
True Nation News Magazine Columbia Daily
Union County News Union, South Carolina Weekly
Union Daily Times Union Major paper
Weekly Observer Hemingway Weekly
West Of Charleston (West Ashley), South Carolina Weekly


Title Locale Year est. Year ceased Notes
Citizen-News Edgefield, South Carolina 2012
Community Times-Dispatch Walterboro, South Carolina
North Trade Journal North, South Carolina

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e "Our Markets". Sacramento, California: McClatchy Company. Retrieved March 26, 2017. 
  2. ^ The Berkeley Observer
  3. ^ a b Gannett Co., Inc., Our Brands: South Carolina, McLean, Virginia, retrieved March 27, 2017 
  4. ^ GateHouse Media, LLC, Our Markets: South Carolina, Pittsford, New York, retrieved March 27, 2017 
  5. ^ Berkshire Hathaway Inc., "Daily Newspapers: South Carolina", 2016 Annual Report (PDF), Omaha, Nebraska 
  6. ^ a b "Southern Press". The South in the Building of the Nation. 7. Richmond, VA: Southern Historical Publication Society. 1909. pp. 402–436. Date of establishment of leading Southern newspapers 


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