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Stories by John Steinberger

Shahid guiding Charleston 350 celebration

Charleston City Councilman Peter Shahid is guiding the planning for the year-long 350th anniversary celebration, which will begin in April 2020. The steering committee tasked with event planning meets Wednesday,

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Arrington rallies Republicans in Mt. Pleasant

First Congressional District candidate Katie Arrington urged fellow Republicans to get involved at a Get Out The Vote rally at the Brickyard Plantation in Mt. Pleasant. The event was sponsored

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Benefit for at-risk youth set for Sept. 26

Andolini’s Pizza at 1940 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard is hosting a benefit for at-risk West Ashley youth Wednesday, September 26 from 6 to 8 pm. Charleston Youth Club, The I Am

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Lowcountry focus groups set for October 4

Citizens throughout the Lowcountry will be gathering Thursday, October 4 to engage in focus groups discussing the strengths and needs within their communities. The process is patterned after similar community

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Academic Magnet cheerleaders to perform at Citrus Bowl

The cheerleaders from Academic Magnet High School have been invited to perform in the pregame ceremony at the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl January 1, 2019 in Orlando. The squad

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Advocates network wants accountability in CCSD pedophile case

A group of concerned of concerned citizens calling itself the Charleston Advocates Network stood in front of the Charleston County School District (CCSD) office Tuesday, asking for a full investigation

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Florence relief supplies being collected at Harrell Square

Supplies for Hurricane Florence victims in Eastern North Carolina are being collected until 7 pm today in Suite 2011 (second floor) at Harrell Square, 2000 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard. That is

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Florence – examining what went right …

Now that Tropical Storm Florence has cleared out of the Palmetto State, people can start critiquing the actions taken before and after the storm. As always, there will be some

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Charleston evacuates homeless to Goose Creek

Lowcountry Source has learned that the City of Charleston bused hundreds of homeless and indigent residents to the emergency shelter at Goose Creek High School in advance of Hurricane Florence

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Lowcountry Source is your voice for school reform

My wife Robin and I founded Lowcountry Source two years ago for the purpose of being a media watchdog. We believed that the Charleston-area media did not do enough to

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