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The Agenda: SC plans $208M vaccine spending; Anti-abortion bill likely to pass

State looks to spend $208 million on vaccine distribution plan. South Carolina lawmakers may spend more than $200 million to help with vaccine distribution and to build up distribution capacity amid frustrations regarding delays. The money would be split between DHEC, MUSC, hospitals and other vaccine providers, lawmakers said. Source: The State Easley man had […]

Over40 years of Arnold Edmondson’s art cataloged in digital archive

Art historian Naomi Edmondson, the daughter of late Lowcountry artist Arnold Edmondson, recently created an online archive of her father’s expansive body of visual art pieces

SC National Guard members receive second round of Moderna vaccinations

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported another 3,363 new cases of COVID-19 out of 13,734 test results on Thursday afternoon, making 24.5% of individual tests positive. The state total now sits at 366,149 confirmed cases with 5,768 deaths. An additional 39 COVID-19-related deaths were reported Thursday. After hospitals faced criticism earlier […]

Calhoun Street loses Cuban Gypsy, gains Alabama-based doughnut shop

Cuban Gypsy Pantry has closed one of its three Charleston area locations.