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Recapping ‘City Paper’ writers’ top eats from 2020

Sam Spence

Memorable Meals Dining in the year 2020 wasn’t what anyone expected, but it led many to expand their palates — sometimes out of sheer boredom. From top takeout to red rice and pimento cheese-filled egg rolls, these are the meals our writers remember most from the past 12 months. Elise DeVoe Formaggio and champignon pizza […]

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Sept. 21 COVID-19 update: 1,852 new cases, 93 deaths; 13% positive

Some county sheriffs say they won’t enforce Biden’s vaccine mandate Three coastal South Carolina sheriff’s offices, including Berkeley County sheriff Duane Lewis, said they will not enforce the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate, which calls for employers with more than 100 workers ensure employees are vaccinated against COVID-19 or tested weekly. Other county sheriffs who say […]

Lowcountry Local First hires look to build biz programs

Lowcountry Local First, a nonprofit supporting Charleston-area small-business owners and the local-focused economy, has grown with three new additions, expanding its team as well as its Good Enterprises Initiative.

Tuesday headlines: Latest COVID wave impacts SC schools in big ways

Teachers and some state leaders say the state’s schools are bearing the brunt of the latest wave of COVID-19 that is infecting South Carolina. Classes and schools are going virtual again. Teachers are quitting. And those who remain are dealing with the fallout. School nurses are pleading with anyone who will listen that they are […]

Ride Oct. 2 with Charleston Moves in support of safer North Bridge

Mobility advocacy nonprofit organization Charleston Moves is hosting a police-escorted ride over the North Bridge in North Charleston from 2-3 p.m. on Oct. 2.