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Action-packed fun at Cooper River Bridge Run and Volvo Car Open Tennis Tournament

What an action-packed start to April for locals and tourists in the Charleston area! The 40th Cooper River Bridge Run was held Saturday, April 1 and the Volvo Car Tennis Tournament also began that weekend on Daniel Island. The race had … Continue reading

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Wheelchair-friendly restaurants

Charleston was recently named No. 15 in the Top 20 Most Charming Small Cities in America! Part of what draws people to the area is it’s restaurant scene. There are tons of great restaurants around town, but some of them are easier … Continue reading

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Marka sets sights to walk bridge

We are about two and a half weeks away from the Cooper River Bridge Run happening Saturday, April 2. Thousands of people will be crossing the bridge, but Marka Danielle will be  taking on a whole new feat….on her feet! … Continue reading

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Improving transportation in Charleston

As the Charleston, S.C. community continues to grow with tourism, residents and businesses, so does the need to increase its infrastructure to handle the influx of people. Transportation alternatives are being discussed through the I-26 Alternatives Analysis to improve maneuverability … Continue reading

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Mayor John Tecklenburg takes office

Monday marked a new day in Charleston’s history. Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. retired after 40 years as the leader of the Holy City. Now, incoming Mayor John Tecklenburg is at the helm. I attended Mayor Tecklenburg’s inauguration reception and had … Continue reading

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5-year-old Tyreik Gadsden adjusts to his new spinal cord injury

I had the opportunity to meet Tyreik Gadsden, the five-year-old boy who was caught in the crossfire of a shooting and became paralyzed from the waist down in May in Charleston, S.C. Tyreik returned last month from a rehabilitation hospital in North … Continue reading

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Remembering the Victims of the Emanuel A.M.E. Church Massacre

It’s been almost one week since nine people innocently lost their lives while in Bible study last Wednesday. All of these people were active in their communities and enjoyed spreading the Word of God. It is disheartening to see bad … Continue reading

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