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  1. Charleston-based Rewined Candles recognized for export growthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Post and Courier

    Charleston-based Rewined Candles has received recognition from the U.S. Department of Commerce for its growing export business that now sends products to 42 international markets. Mayor John Tecklenburg presented the company with an Export Achievement Certificate, a federal award that recognizes small- and medium-sized businesses that have created sales in new markets.

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  2. Faith movement blamed for coup sent S.C. lawmakers on trips to TurkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Post and Courier

    An organization tied to the Muslim cleric who Turkish leaders blame for last week's failed but bloody coup in that strategic Middle Eastern country spent thousands of dollars in recent years wooing influential South Carolinians, including taking legislators on all-expense-paid trips to that ancient land. The group, Atlantic Institute of South Carolina, has offices in both Columbia and Greenville, where it runs a school.

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  3. The morning after Cruz snubs Trump, live from ClevelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Post and Courier

    In the early evening Wednesday on the floor of the Quicken Loans Arena, McMaster said he received positive feedback from members of the delegation for his admonishment of those Republicans who were still reluctant to get behind Donald Trump. “Several said they were glad to hear that,” McMaster told the Post and Courier.

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  4. Hospital bans Pokemon Go from campus, citing patient safety, privacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Post and Courier

    "I like that it makes you get out and about and it brings back childhood memories," said Emmy Barron playing Pokemon Go with her friend Corey Blalock on Monday in Marion Square near the King and Calhoun Street intersection. Wade Spees/Staff July 11, 2016 At least one South Carolina hospital is working with the creators of Pokemon Go to disable the game on campus and inside its buildings.

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  5. West Ashley bees not a killer,a tests sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Post and Courier

    Africanized honey bees, the so-called killer variety, had not taken over a West Ashley hive where bees swarmed and attacked in April, researchers say. The hive that bees swarmed from and attacked a West Ashley beekeeper in April hadn't been taken over by the notorious Africanized bees, researchers said Tuesday.

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  6. Archived live coverage from the S.C. Republicans in ClevelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Post and Courier

    Because of her differences with Donald Trump, Haley has chosen not to speak at the Republican National Convention this week. Delegates still got to see her on video screens inside the arena's jumbotrons Monday afternoon.

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  7. Carolinas Am golfers will find a different Country Club of CharlestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Post and Courier

    Golfers who have played the Country Club of Charleston as recently as this spring's Azalea Invitational will find a few major changes to the course during the 102nd Carolinas Amateur Championship that begins Thursday. When participants began arriving Wednesday for practice rounds, an information board pointed out that bunkers have been added to three holes, the par-4 fourth and 12th holes and the par-5 15th.

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  8. Can South Carolina become a no-killa for shelter animals?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 9 | Post and Courier

    Hyman, who now is employed as the group's director of community engagement, said even as recently as 2007, 63 percent of the animals that came through the doors - thousands of dogs, cats and other animals - were euthanized. But the organization made a commitment and became a “no-kill community,” which means no healthy or treatable animals are killed.

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  9. Big data offers big insight into big trafficRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    South Carolina's highway planners have more insight than ever into how congested our roads are, thanks to the phones, navigation devices and other personal electronics that we carry with us in our cars each day. And this data confirms what many Lowcountry commuters know too well: The Charleston metro area has many of the state's most clogged roads.

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  10. Crackdown forces South Carolina beer festivals to rethink formatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Post and Courier

    South Carolina beer festival organizers are grappling with how to pull off their events in the wake of stepped-up enforcement of a 20-year-old state law prohibiting breweries from donating their products to nonprofit organizations. “It's always been the policy, but it hasn't been the protocol.

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  11. SLED crackdown forces beer festivals to rethink formatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Post and Courier

    Eryc Riddle with Holy City Brewing serves beer samples during the Brewvival beer festival, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 at Coast Brewery in North Charleston. Beer festival organizers statewide are grappling with how to pull off their events in the wake of stepped-up enforcement of a 20-year-old South Carolina law prohibiting breweries from donating their product to non-profit organizations.

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  12. South Carolina improves for kids, but still ranks near bottomRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2016 | Post and Courier

    Still, at 41st, the Palmetto State earned its highest ranking ever on the annual Annie E. Casey Foundation's Kids Count list. The list considers 16 variables, including the percentage of children without health insurance, the percentage of children who live in single-parent families, the teen birth rate and the percentage of children who live in poverty.

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  13. South Carolina football opponent previews, Week 3: East CarolinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | Post and Courier

    A look at South Carolina's 2016 football opponents continues with East Carolina, which jettisoned former head coach Ruffin McNeill after last season following the Pirates' first losing campaign in four seasons. The decision to terminate McNeill, who had a 42-33 record in Greenville and taken the Pirates to four bowl games in six seasons, drew plenty of outrage given that ECU was often very competitive against ACC and SEC foes despite being outside the Power Five.

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  14. Massachusetts firm buys 5 Charleston-area multifamily complexes for $50 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2016 | Post and Courier

    Brandywine Townhomes in Goose Creek is one of five multifamily communities in the Charleston area recently purchased by a Massachusetts-based company. A Massachusetts company with a presence in the Charleston apartment market recently paid $50 million for five separate multifamily communities in the region.

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  15. No more sign of a killera beesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Post and Courier

    No bees swarmed at apiarists who inspected 31 hives around a where hive was found colonized by Africanized bees in April, and experts are confident there's no widespread danger. So the two-mile grid that was laid out essentially around Citadel Mall to designate the alert area shouldn't alarm residents, said Brad Cavin, state apiary inspector for Clemson University's Department of Plant Industry.

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  16. Longtime Charleston wholesaler leaving downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2016 | Post and Courier

    A fixture in downtown Charleston for nearly 70 years, Wholesale Industrial Electronics is relocating to a new 10,000-square-foot facility at 4451 Leeds Ave. in North Charleston. “We have outgrown our facility,” said Gerald Sonenshine, president, whose company sells thousands of items such as batteries and network cables to businesses and industries.

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  17. After accidental shooting, Greenville parents want metal detectors in schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | Post and Courier

    Multiple media outlets reported that parents and community leaders met with the school board Tuesday about how guns get into schools. The Greenville County School District released a statement in response to the petition, saying that while it has “strong and effective emergency plans,” the district is “open to considering any reasonable efforts to enhance security.

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  18. Charleston County School District names 3 leadership positionsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Post and Courier

    The Charleston County School District announced three leadership positions Tuesday, including two who have been serving as interim officers under Superintendent Gerrita Postlewait. They are Glenn Stiegman, Chief Financial Officer, Jeffrey Borowy, Chief Operating Officer and John Cobb, Executive Director, Early Childhood/Elementary Learning Community.

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  19. Teacher in Greenville accused of having sex with studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2016 | Post and Courier

    Greenville County sheriff's deputies told local media that 38-year-old Erickson Lamar Bynum of Simpsonville is accused of sex with a student and with the attempted sexual assault of two other students. The Southside High School teacher is charged with sexual battery with a student and two counts of second-degree assault and battery.

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  20. Halls Chophouse owner forks over $7M for downtown Charleston restaurant siteRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Post and Courier

    Halls Chophouse owner Bill Hall recently took a chomp out of his checkbook to buy the two buildings that house his upscale Charleston restaurant. He paid $4.9 million for the original restaurant site at 434 King St. and $2.1 million for the adjacent building at 432 King that once housed La Fourchette French restaurant, according to Charleston County property records.

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