2018 Fall Arts Guide

Put a Spell on You

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Signe Pike’s debut novel, The Lost Queen, resurrects the memory of Merlin’s twin sister

The first line in local author Signe Pike’s first work of fiction, The Lost Queen, launches readers into a world they didn’t know existed and one, most likely, they didn’t know they needed.

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CDC authorizes Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine for use in US

Charleston County has administered 168,816 vaccine doses according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Services as of Monday. The state is still in Phrase 1a, administering doses to individuals over the age of 65 and healthcare workers, though DHEC director Dr. Edward Simmer told lawmakers that S.C. could move into phase 1b […]

3/1 COVID-19 update: 740 cases; 4.1% positive; 14 deaths

COVID-19 updates: South Carolina health officials reported 740 new cases of the coronavirus on Monday, with 14 additional confirmed deaths. As of 2:14 p.m. March 1 via S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control: With 25,197 tests reported Monday, 4.1% were positive. Confirmed cases in S.C.: 444,991 (+740)Total positive cases in Charleston County: 32,212 (+54)Total positive cases in Berkeley […]

The Agenda: SC housing aid program sees spike; Tax refunds may be small

Housing aid program closing in days after spike in demand. SC Housing rolled out SC Stay on Feb. 18 with $25 million in CARES Act funding to divvy up among applicants to help them catch up on back-payments. The program is no longer taking application after demand exploded in its first days. Source: WIS TV South […]