<i>Charleston City Paper</i> under new ownership
Charleston City Paper under new ownership Local publishing team to keep America’s “best weekly newspaper” strong

The Charleston City Paper, the Lowcountry's alternative newspaper read by more than 110,000 people every week, has a new ownership team committed to its legacy of publishing vibrant, incisive local…


Members of Charleston's LGBTQ community report inequality at work, uninformed doctors, and many consider moving
Members of Charleston's LGBTQ community report inequality at work, uninformed doctors, and many consider moving "Inequality and the lack of acceptance in the workplace is bad for business"

A new survey shows many members of Charleston's LGBTQ community report continued challenges at home, work, with doctors, and in public, even as cultural fluency around gender identity and sexual…


Application to rezone Wadmalaw property for "luxury treehouses" development withdrawn
Application to rezone Wadmalaw property for "luxury treehouses" development withdrawn Roughly 300 residents spoke out against application

Victory was swift for the Wadmalaw community at last night’s Charleston County Council meeting. In a packed house, it was announced by council that the application for PD-171-Bolt PD was…


How the 2019 Charleston mayoral candidates will involve residents and the business community in decision-making
How the 2019 Charleston mayoral candidates will involve residents and the business community in decision-making Ask the candidates...

Ahead of Charleston's mayoral election on Nov. 5, Charleston City Paper has partnered with Lowcountry Local First to ask the six candidates running to be the city's leader about specific…


Renters facing eviction find help as Charleston's housing court gets underway
Renters facing eviction find help as Charleston's housing court gets underway Making Rent

As he stepped through the doors of North Area 1 Magistrate Court in North Charleston on Wednesday, Clayton Jefferson had every intention of fighting a somber and grueling uphill battle…


Blotter: Phoning it in
Blotter: Phoning it in An iPhone for an iPhone

Blotter o' the week: A man who was illegally carrying a handgun was too busy looking at his phone to realize that he was walking directly toward three police officers…


Stegelin: Weapon of Self-Destruction
Stegelin: Weapon of Self-Destruction If only there was a procedure for this

Time to be objective on Santee Cooper's future
Time to be objective on Santee Cooper's future Buying Time?

State legislators need to be a little bit like reporters in the days ahead as they consider the fate of Santee Cooper, the state-backed utility that fell into trouble when…


Charleston looks much different than it did 20 years ago, but the <i>City Paper</i> is still here
Charleston looks much different than it did 20 years ago, but the City Paper is still here Another 20

For us — the now-former owners of the Charleston City Paper — being a part of Charleston's modern renaissance, running a newspaper that was more about the fun stuff going…


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