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Local economists are labeling the job market “bleak” as local prospective employees wobble through the final month of a weak Grand Strand summer. Meanwhile, local business owners fight to hold onto their businesses, trying to figure out the best ways to stay open during what may be a reduced-capacity off season in the hopes of making it to spring 2021.

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Jay Lucas, speaker of the S.C. House of Representatives, has filed a "friend of the court" brief in Charleston's cruise ship battle, claiming South Carolina's top court gave terminal opponents a chance to fight the project that they didn't deserve. 

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Charleston International Airport more than doubled its number of passengers in June over May as travelers began to return after the depth of the coronavirus lockdown in April when air travel plunged 96 percent. While improving, the numbers are about 76 percent lower than in June 2019. At the mid-year point, they are off 58 percent from last year during the first six months.

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