Renderings revealed for Emanuel Nine memorial by designer of Sept. 11 memorial
Renderings revealed for Emanuel Nine memorial by designer of Sept. 11 memorial It could be as long as two years before it breaks ground

The 200th anniversary service at Mother Emanuel ended with more than the usual parade of Sunday best and children scrummaging past pews…


McMaster backpedals on family planning veto, instead ruling abortion providers "unqualified" to provide services
McMaster backpedals on family planning veto, instead ruling abortion providers "unqualified" to provide services Clinics including Planned Parenthood provide medical services to low-income patients in S.C.

Gov. Henry McMaster ordered the state's Medicaid agency to drop abortion clinics as health care providers while continuing to fund essential family planning services on Friday, a week after he…


Thrift store at We Are Family's daytime resource center is open and looking for volunteers
Thrift store at We Are Family's daytime resource center is open and looking for volunteers Shoppers are welcome, too

The thrift store at the new downtown resource center for homeless and low-income Charlestonians is up and running, and it needs your help…


Targeting Planned Parenthood, McMaster vetoes $16 million in Medicaid family planning funding
Targeting Planned Parenthood, McMaster vetoes $16 million in Medicaid family planning funding Wide-ranging implications for low-income Medicaid recipients

S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster has struck close to $16 million in federal and state Medicaid spending for family planning services in a series of state budget vetoes for the 2018-2019…


Teen's arrest for selling palmetto roses near City Market stirs controversy
Teen's arrest for selling palmetto roses near City Market stirs controversy He was charged with resisting arrest and violating City Code 17-109

A teenager has been charged with illegally selling palmetto roses and resisting arrest after an officer confronted him and his friend for selling the folded palmetto fronds near the City…


Blotter: The woman who launched a thousand buses
Blotter: The woman who launched a thousand buses Homer's Pharmacy

A woman fell asleep and peed herself on a CARTA bus. When the driver tried to remove her with the help of other passengers, one man tried to stop them,…


Slavery apology a good step, but Charleston must also take down Confederate monuments
Slavery apology a good step, but Charleston must also take down Confederate monuments Moving Monuments

For acknowledging the role that Charleston played in bolstering the peculiar institution of slavery, increasing the understanding of how slavery shaped the U.S., and pledging to reduce the impact that…


Charleston hardly comes out smelling like a rose after reluctant slavery apology
Charleston hardly comes out smelling like a rose after reluctant slavery apology Lean a Little Bit Closer

A year ago, almost to the day, the City Paper published a column in which I openly questioned what we had done to deserve the #CharlestonStrong moniker. In the comments…


Use smarter tools to be tough on trade
Use smarter tools to be tough on trade Trump Tax

President Donald Trump is the bull in the China shop of global trade. If a new trade war sparked by tariffs on goods from China, Canada, Mexico, and our European…


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