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4/19 COVID-19 update: 518 cases; 4.4% positive; 13 deaths

Samantha Connors

What you need to know: South Carolina governor Henry McMaster and his wife first lady Peggy McMaster both received their first doses of the Pfizer vaccine Monday morning. McMaster made the announcement via Twitter. He specified that a CVS pharmacy in Columbia, S.C., administered the first of two doses to the couple. Gov. McMaster tested positive […]

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4/19 COVID-19 update: 518 cases; 4.4% positive; 13 deaths

What you need to know: South Carolina governor Henry McMaster and his wife first lady Peggy McMaster both received their first doses of the Pfizer vaccine Monday morning. McMaster made the announcement via Twitter. He specified that a CVS pharmacy in Columbia, S.C., administered the first of two doses to the couple. Gov. McMaster tested positive […]

For RiverDogs, returning to normal looks anything but

For RiverDogs, returning to normal is anything but By Skyler Baldwin  | After the unexpected 19-month shutout of minor league pro ball games at The Joe, the Charleston RiverDogs are getting back to normal with a promotional schedule that’s anything but. Several core weekly promos will be back this year, including Boeing Red Shirt Fridays, […]

The Agenda: Charleston protesters face police; McMaster declares ‘war’ on Democratic policies

Charleston march over recent police violence squares up with police line. Protesters marching in downtown Charleston Sunday evening were met by officers in riot gear, stopping them from protesting along King Street. Police threatened “police tactics” if the crowd didn’t disperse. Source: WSPA TV Hundreds of disabled S.C. people make below minimum wage. Hundreds of […]

Sad Son drops 6 tracks, with more to come

Will Bragunier’s emo rock project Sad Son happened by accident. “I do not think this project would have happened without the lockdown,” he said. “Like everyone else, I had a really rough time with the isolation and uncertainty. I then picked up my guitar again as a way to pass the time. I ended up […]