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A day in the life of Bert’s Market (TEST)

Lauren Hurlock

The days at Bert’s Market start a lot earlier than the casual customer might think. From the time the last of the late-night crowd clears out, the third-shift get to work prepping for the morning. It starts with baking biscuits for the breakfast menu and brewing fresh coffee, which is free by the way, all […]

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Sarah’s Dumps announces spring, summer pop-up schedule

Sarah’s Dumps is popping up for the first time in over a year at Island Provisions on Saturday, May 22.

5/15 COVID-19 update: 325 cases; 2.9% positive; 12 deaths

What you need to know today: With across-the-board changes on the horizon for local mask rules, Charleston-area restaurants are reexamining the latest federal and state guidance on safety precautions as they consider changes inside their doors. Source: The Post and Courier Latest COVID-19 data South Carolina health officials reported 529 total cases of the coronavirus on Saturday (325 […]

SC legislative session ends with more work to do

The joke around the very busy Statehouse during the last week of its regular 2021 session was there was more action down the street at the University of South Carolina where President Bob Caslen resigned abruptly. Still, there was more than enough going on in Columbia Tuesday through Thursday as lawmakers finished up regular business […]

‘Hands Across the Sand’ will rally (virtually) for coastline protection May 15

Hands Across the Sand will hold its 12th annual event, an international day of action on which activists and beachgoers join to rally against against oil companies and offshore drilling, virtually on May 15. Participants urge local, state and federal officials to permanently protect coastlines from the harmful practice. Local, national and international conservation groups […]