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If only prior political experience mattered, the Charleston mayoral contest would be a three-man race between Leon Stavrinakis, a former Charleston County Council chairman and current member of the state House of Representatives; William Dudley Gregorie, a current Charleston City Council member; and Maurice Washington, a former Charleston City Council member.

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How to vote absentee in SC or be ready to vote Nov. 3

Lauren Hurlock

Today is National Voter Registration Day. Congrats, you’ve made it this far. We’ve busted out the traditional voter dinner rolls and have the ceremonial stickers ready to celebrate. We’ve put together this cheat sheet for the deadlines and links you need to register, check your registration, and vote. If you only visit one link on […]

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New Moncks Corner event space hosting ribbon cutting Jan. 22

The Aku Venue Event Center, a new event space in Moncks Corner, will host its ribbon cutting ceremony Jan. 22 at 3 p.m.

Pink Cactus adding breakfast hours in February

Pink Cactus will serve breakfast starting Feb. 9.

Charleston-area leaders react to Biden-Harris inauguration

President Joe Biden’s and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inaugurations played out on live television at home for most, relegated far from the nation’s capital because of the COVID-19 pandemic. State Rep. JA Moore, D-Hanahan, said he backed now-Vice President Kamala Harris ahead of last year’s state Democratic primary after learning he was about to become […]

SC January case count has already surpassed previous monthly totals

South Carolina health officials counted another 3,567 cases Wednesday, bringing the state’s monthly total to 78,522.