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The green movement takes flight at Boeing’s new North Charleston plant

Jacob Flannick

Redefining large-scale manufacturing with an environmental twist, the recently constructed Boeing 787 Dreamliner plant in North Charleston aims to deliver unrivaled, sustainable commercial aircrafts to customers throughout the world and, in turn, taper off the company’s carbon footprint.

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Recovery Room sold the most PBR cans in the world (again) in 2020

Recovery Room Tavern sold nearly 90,000 cans of PBR in 2020.

Moderna vaccine now available to eligible individuals

On Monday, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported 25.3% positive tests with 2,736 new cases out of 10,798 tests. Since the start of the pandemic, the state has conducted nearly 4.7 million tests—379,775 of which have been positive. As of Monday, S.C. has received 542,750 vaccine doses, a combination of both […]

Jack Alterman goes around the world and back in new book of photos

Charleston photographer Jack Alterman’s latest book, My Lazy Eye, is comprised of images taken from around the world and Charleston.

1/25 COVID-19 update: 2,736 cases; 25.3% positive; 5 deaths

COVID-19 updates: South Carolina health officials reported 2,736 new cases of the coronavirus on Monday, with 5 additional confirmed deaths. As of 3:01 p.m. Jan. 25, via S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control: With 10,798 tests reported Monday, 25.3% were positive. Confirmed cases in S.C.: 379,775 (+2,736)Total positive cases in Charleston County: 30,997 (+150)Total positive cases in Berkeley County: 11,943 (+51)Total […]