Three questions with the presidential candidates


Until the S.C. Democratic Party primary on Sat. Feb. 29, we will publish candidate responses to three questions on issues facing local voters along with a brief analysis of each from two CofC professors.

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10/27 COVID-19 update: 13.1% positive, 755 cases; 19 deaths

Charleston City Paper Staff

COVID-19 updates: South Carolina health officials reported 755 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, with 19 additional confirmed deaths. With 5,770 on Sunday, the 13.1 percent of tests came back positive. As of 2:57 p.m. Oct. 27, via S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control:Confirmed cases in S.C.:  164,802 (+755)Positive tests in Charleston County (total): 16,642 (+34)Negative tests in S.C.: 1,684,428Deaths […]


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Charleston County residents also voting on sales tax, housing trust fund

Charleston County residents will decide whether to extend a local sales tax to fund school construction projects and to approve a property tax increase to fund an affordable housing trust. First, voters weigh in on the aptly named “Education Capital Improvements Sales and Use Tax Act Referendum for Charleston County.” A vote “Yes” extends a […]

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South Carolina health officials reported 755 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, with 19 additional confirmed deaths.

SC reform groups raise questions about Charleston report on May protests

Two S.C. justice reform advocacy groups delivered a letter Oct. 22 to Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, Police Chief Luther Reynolds and members of Charleston City Council objecting to the city’s assessment of police response to the May 30-31 protests. “This report is a masterclass in the use of hollow rhetoric and passing the buck” American […]

Pickin’ in the Park puts drive-in bluegrass show on Johns Island

Charleston County Parks will host Pickin’ in the Park, a drive-in bluegrass concert at Johns Island County Park Nov. 7.