Cougar Night Lights returns for holiday season

  November 28, 2022

A College of Charleston holiday tradition returns this month to mark the start of the season. The sixth annual Cougar Night Lights holiday light show kicks off in historic Cistern…

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Charleston Conservancy: 300 pounds of produce to good use

  November 28, 2022

All year long our parks and community gardens bloom with beautiful flowers and delicious produce, programs and events foster a healthy and happy community, and we continue to connect people…

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City Releases draft redistricting map for public review

  November 28, 2022

The City of Greenville has released a draft redistricting map, ahead of four scheduled drop-in meetings in November and December to receive public comment on a proposed City redistricting plan. Guided…

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Clemson lecturer uses toys to teach students about viruses

  November 28, 2022

First, there was Ebola and Zika. Then COVID-19 and monkeypox. Now, the flu and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a common respiratory infection that can cause serious illness in older adults…

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Jackson Creek Elementary principal wins two more awards

  November 28, 2022

The South Carolina Early Childhood Association (SCECA) has announced it will honor and recognize the work of Jackson Creek Elementary School principal Dr. Sabina Mosso-Taylor at its annual conference. Dr.…

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CCSD announces leadership changes

  February 16, 2022

Charleston County School District (CCSD) announces the  following interim leadership changes: Anita Huggins will serve as the Interim Chief  Transformation Officer; Terri Nichols will serve as the Interim Executive Associate …

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Uptown Hospitality Group opens garage doors on Ann Street

  February 16, 2022

Bodega and Share House, the newest ventures from Uptown Hospitality Group, are now open in downtown Charleston, S.C. Set in an 8,000 square-foot former train depot, the group’s newest venture brings big-city-bar…

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Charleston Metro Chamber announces Spring 2022 Leadership Discovery Class

  February 16, 2022

Leadership Discovery, a leadership development program by the Charleston Metro Chamber, is excited to welcome the Spring 2022 class. Leadership Discovery is an innovative program that allows participants the opportunity to learn from…

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Spoleto Festival USA announces a robust 46th season

  February 16, 2022

International performers return to Charleston for a program exploring themes of faith, migration, intertwining histories, and reclamations of the past Spoleto Festival USA General Director Mena Mark Hanna announced today…

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Internet Connection: A Clemson Love Story

  February 14, 2022

Clemson University has no shortage of romantic meeting spots. President’s Park, the ’55 Exchange, Bowman Field and the Botanical Gardens have all given love a chance to take root and…

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Anne Frank exhibit coming to Westwood High School

  February 14, 2022

The Anne Frank Traveling Exhibit will soon be on display at Westwood High School, which is located at 180 Turkey Farm Road in Blythewood. Westwood is the second high school…

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Congaree Vista Guild installs new sculpture

  February 14, 2022

The Congaree Vista Guild has announced the installation of Motherhood, a new sculpture by Nora Valdez, on the corner of Lady and Gadsden Streets in the heart of the Congaree…

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Rev. Samuel Green, Jr. to be honored on National Donor Day 2022

  February 14, 2022

Seventh Episcopal District of the AME Church Rev. Green celebrated for his advocacy work in the multicultural community While Valentine’s Day celebrates matters of the heart, it also coincides with…

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Recognize Library Lovers Month this February

  February 14, 2022

Richland Library shares five reasons to love your library With 13 bustling locations across Richland County, Richland Library gives residents plenty of reasons to love their local library. This February,…

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County employees put stamp on environmental education

  November 10, 2021

A leadership change for the board of the Environmental Education Association of South Carolina (EEASC) also marks a passing of the torch from one Richland County employee to another. EEASC…

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Camp Hall closes Campus 1 sale with Magnus Development Partners

  November 10, 2021

South Carolina-based real estate developer Magnus Development Partners completed the purchase of 10+ acres on Camp Hall’s Campus 1, where they plan to break ground before the end of this…

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