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Boone Hall Fright Nights has the reputation as South Carolina’s largest multi-attraction haunted event. So event organizers faced the questions other large scale events have been facing as far as what can be done safely in this most unusual year for everybody.

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Mount Pleasant Police and Fire Departments recognized the 2,977 victims killed in the terrorist attacks launched against the United States 19 years ago.

On September 11, they walked over the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge and held a special ceremony at Mount Pleasant Town Hall.

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On Sept.10, Charleston County Consolidated 9-1-1 Center will add a recorded announcement citizens will hear when calling 9-1-1. The announcement, which replaces the ringing a caller would normally hear, will let citizens know that their call has been received and ask them not to hang up the phone.

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The First Annual Catch ‘Em for a Cause tournament brought more than 70 anglers across South Carolina coastal waters for a day of fishing to benefit the Carolina Youth Development Center (CYDC) and Vantage Point Foundation (VPF). 

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Samuel Mayhew travels from New Orleans to Mount Pleasant for two weeks ever summer to visit his grandparents and uncle with his pet, Tank the Tortoise, in tow. This summer as Mayhew’s trip was…

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WakeUp Carolina, Mount Pleasant Police Department and The Charleston Center will hold the 2nd annual 'Light the Way for Hope' event on Aug. 31 at 7 p.m.

The virtual event, held on International Overdose Awareness Day, is a time for the community to reflect on ending drug overdose and remember loved ones that have died from drug overdose. Family and friends can submit the name/photo of their loved one to be honored at the remembrance vigil by it to info@wakeupcarolina.org.

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Coordinators at S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and S.C. Department of Natural Resources have decided to postpone the Beach Sweep/River Sweep litter cleanup, originally scheduled for Sept. 19.

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Gary Moses spent eight years in the Army. He served during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He's from a tiny area in the Upstate of South Carolina called Pumpkintown. This is how the military changed his life. 

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