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Charleston-area resident Bart Altman was dying of grief after his daughter's death, but with the help of friends he found disc golf, a sport that would lead him to a mission to save an abandoned disc golf course and serve his community. Read moreDisc golf helps a grieving father find new passion, purpose in life
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A new bill introduced March 15 in the South Carolina Senate aims to reduce the number of people who kill themselves with a firearm by creating a voluntary gun do-not-sell list.
By the culmination of “Septima,” the new work by Patricia Williams Dockery at Pure Theatre, you’ll have a solid understanding this seminal figure, and a fact-layered springboard to consider the impact of this instrumental Charlestonian.
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The Guignard family agreed to donate a plot of land along the Congaree River, between Gervais and Blossom streets, as part of Columbia's plans to open up that part of the riverfront for development.
Starting 7 a.m. March 21, East Camperdown Way will be closed between Falls and Calvin Streets for utility work. It's expected to last four weeks.
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Autumn the giraffe gave birth to a calf March 19, her second calf in two years. Read moreGreenville Zoo welcomes another new baby giraffe birth
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New files reveal details about the search for missing duck hunter Tyler Doyle
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SC's smallest state park born from state's biggest business bust
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This is the first time the festival is offering a single-day ticket option, only selling two-day passes in its four previous years. Read moreHigh Water Festival announces daily lineups, offers 1-day tickets for first time ever
For the first time in at least recent history, Spoleto Festival USA has released ticket sales on the same day as the season lineup announcement. Read moreSpoleto Festival USA announces lineup, posts tickets for 2023 season
These March concerts are certainly on my radar, from Gladys Knight to Boyz II Men and everything in between. Read moreConcert Countdown: 13 March shows in Charleston to know about
The Cultura Festival will return for its second year, after being founded in 2019 and then canceled the following year due to the pandemic. Read moreCharleston's Cultura Festival is back, featuring all Black artists
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