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Letters: Wrong time for Earth Day pines; Med money; Why open carry?

Sam Spence

Editor’s note: Charleston City Paper publishes letters received each week. To submit your own reaction to City Paper coverage or local issues, we welcome letters to the editor. Planting Pines After reading Skyler Baldwin’s April 11 article entitled, “Record 3.3M trees to be planted in SC on Earth Day,” I wish Baldwin would have asked why pine seedlings are being […]

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5/5 COVID-19 update: 397 cases; 5.5% positive; 11 deaths

What to know today: Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine is down in South Carolina, and state epidemiologist Dr. Linda Bell urged vaccine skeptics to reconsider their position in a Wednesday column. Bell touched on the small incidence of breakthrough cases, saying that just 155 of the 1.7 million S.C. residents (0.00013%) who have received at least […]

Shiki reopens newly renovated dining room

Shiki’s 35-seat dining room is now open six days a week.

Lillie Fuel expands menu with adult-friendly options

Lillie Fuel hopes to be a one-stop-shop for parents after debuting its new menu.

Wednesday headlines: Hate crimes proposal survives Senate committee challenge

Some Republican senators questioned the necessity of a hate crimes bill for South Carolina during a Senate committee hearing yesterday, but the bill passed 13-10 to head to the Senate floor. Some legislators, particularly in the Charleston area, worry that the bill may not pass this year due to time constraints. South Carolina remains one […]