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Charleston mask ordinance includes outdoors

City of Charleston began enforcement of its face mask ordinance Wednesday. The ordinance applies to all public indoor and outdoor spaces within city limits. It will be enforced by the

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Group petitions to rename buildings at USC

A group calling itself Repeal The South Carolina Heritage Act has petitioned University of South Carolina President Bob Caslen and the school’s Board of Trustees, asking that the Strom Thurmond

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Restaurant owner receives riot relief from patrons

Mama Kim’s owner Kim Brown had her King Street restaurant vandalized during the May 30 Charleston riot. Long-time patrons from The Citadel raised money for repairs and renovations through a

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NasonCare offering COVID-19 antibody testing

NasonCare medical center at 2233 Northwoods Boulevard (across the street from Northwoods Mall) is offering COVID-19 antibody testing. An antibody reveals that someone has developed an immune response to the

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1st CD Republicans square off in YouTube debate

The four Republicans who hope to unseat Representative Joe Cunningham in South Carolina’s 1st Congressional District squared off Tuesday at the Charleston Marriott, in their first and perhaps only debate

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Trump Armada packs Charleston Harbor

Hundreds of boats with thousands of passengers from all over the Lowcountry packed Charleston Harbor Sunday for a Trump boat parade. The COVID-19 social distancing protocol has prevented rallies on

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Plans revealed for former Northbridge Piggly Wiggly site

The development team of Landmark Enterprises, Liollio Architecture, and Stantec presented preliminary plans for the former Northbridge Piggly Wiggly property to the West Ashley Revitalization Commission Wednesday. The City of

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West Ashley Greenway ditch getting cleaned

The City of Charleston began work today on the drainage ditch along the West Ashley Greenway in the area behind South Windermere Shopping Center. The clogged ditch has been the

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DeMint discusses endorsement of Kathy Landing

Former U.S. Senator and Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint discussed his reasons for endorsing Kathy Landing for 1st Congressional District Tuesday in a conference call with about 1000 participants. DeMint

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Charleston prolongs COVID-19 shutdown

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg issued a three-step COVID-19 recovery protocol Friday which keeps the city’s current stay at home order in place. It also extends the closure of city parks.

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