A re-energized Hurricane Ian spared Charleston the worst of its fury but lashed the upper part of South Carolina’s coast with winds and damaging surge as it made a second landfall Sept. 30, th… Read more
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RECOVERY FROM IAN
A driver in Irmo was injured on Sept. 29, after strong winds caused by Tropical Storm Ian caused a pine tree to fall on Piney Grove Road, and crush her car.
ITALIAN FOOD ON THE MOVE
Johnny Focaccia food truck Owner John Olbrych's pandemic pivot has an unexpected twist: his new business is housed in a 22-year-old converted church bus outfitted with a wood-fired oven imported from Italy.