One year after the first two cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the state, roughly 2.7 million additional residents of the state became eligible for the vaccine on March 8, including everyone 55 and older, those with underlying health issues or disabilities, and everyone who must work in-person.
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While U.S. District Court Judge Mary Geiger Lewis decides whether to grant a preliminary injunction blocking the law, her temporary restraining order that halted the ban last month remains in effect until next week.
An analysis performed by the National Center for Charitable Statistics at The Post and Courier’s request shows Wine + Food is now among the wealthiest nonprofits in the country, with its net assets placing it comfortably in the upper quartile of 501(c)3 organizations.
The Post and Courier Food section since August has been checking in weekly with four downtown Charleston restaurants coping with the coronavirus pandemic and recovering from restrictions designed to contain it. Here's the latest installment.
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Last week Gov. Henry McMaster announced the state would expand vaccine eligibility to an estimated 2.7 million more residents.
Real-time stats and the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak in SC and beyond, compiled by our reporters and editors. Read more
Charleston native, fitness buff and former Citadel baseball player Joey Welling is launching his own gym on the Charleston peninsula. Ethos Athletic Club is expected to open in May in a space used years ago as a backup warehouse for the once-ubiquitous Sears department store chain. Read more
While U.S. District Court Judge Mary Geiger Lewis decides whether to grant a preliminary injunction blocking the law, her temporary restraining order that halted the ban last month remains in effect until next week. Read more
In his first public address since the end of the Trump administration, former Vice President Mike Pence is traveling to South Carolina, set to speak to a conservative Christian nonprofit in the state that plays a crucial role in the presidential nominating process. Read more
Charleston's City Council intended to redraw the map for its 12 voting districts this year, but significant delays with the U.S. census could delay that process. Read more
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin stressed that he wants to keep the procedural hurdle known as the filibuster, saying major legislation should always have significant input from the minority party. Read more
The presidents at both schools said they plan to resume normal operations in the fall with expected lower COVID-19 transmission rates as vaccines become widely available. Read more
Former concert violinist Sullivan partnered with the Claire Chappin Epps Family YMCA to will start teaching a 10-week long violin class April 7 for third, fourth and fifth graders of Horry County Schools. Read more
The Post and Courier Food section since August has been checking in weekly with four downtown Charleston restaurants coping with the coronavirus pandemic and recovering from restrictions designed to contain it. Here's the latest installment. Read more
The lack of affordable housing is one of Charleston’s most pressing problems, and no single policy or initiative will solve it. City Council should seize the opportunity to beef up one of its strategies — a policy to require developers of market-rate housing to chip in. Read more