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Letter to the editor – What the black community really needs

This letter the editor was passed on to Lowcountry Source by Shannon Tuten from Aiken. It was written by her friend Calvin King from Tennessee about things everyone can do

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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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Vote Yes on party registration

On Tuesday, Republican Primary voters in South Carolina will vote on a ballot advisory issue on whether voters should register by political party. Currently, South Carolina does not list party

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It is time to replace the aging Northbridge

On May 27 just before 5 am, a bicyclist collided with a car on the Northbridge and died shortly thereafter. It didn’t take long for the bicycle activist group Charleston

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Lowcountry Leadership teacher named Teacher of the Year

Lowcountry Leadership Charter School (LLCS) teacher Katie Bell was awarded the Charter Institute at Erskine’s Nathan Yon Teacher of the Year Award. Erskine manages 23 charter schools throughout South Carolina.

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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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Letter to the Editor – Landing supports limited government

Letter to the Editor. Dorchester County resident Bob Menges offers an endorsement of 1st Congressional District Republican primary candidate Kathy Landing. Menges is retired from the U.S. Air Force and

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Learn from history – how America escaped depression in 1921

Most of us learned about The Great Depression that consumed 1930’s America, but how many know that America was in a depression at the start of the 1920s? Following the

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