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Sandford buys another controversial full-page ad

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On the heels of a controversial full-page ad taken last weekend in the Charleston Post and Courier, Mark Sanford is going back to the well in an effort to prop up his flailing campaign.

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Charleston’s Post and Courier launches pay-per-peek charges at newspaper boxes

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As newspapers around the country are struggling to stay afloat, the publisher of Charleston’s Post and Courier thinks they have found a new source of income. Starting this week, the paper will be rolling out new covers on their newspaper boxes to prevent people from reading the front of the newspaper without paying first.

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Bill Murray steals food, but only local food

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Charleston – You would think your food would be safe from noted actor/comedian Bill Murray, but you would be mistaken, as a group of non-celebrities found out recently when dined and discussed the merits of locally-grown produce.

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Riley launches controversial campaign to extend I-526

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Charleston, SC – The debate on whether or not to extend Interstate 526 in Charleston County was ratcheted up to a new level today with the launch of a controversial campaign by Charleston Mayor Joe Riley.

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Friendship bracelets bond Carnival, SPA

Carnival CEO Gerry Cahill and the SC States Ports Authority Executive Jim Newsome have agreed to exchange friendship bracelets in lieu of local safeguards and standards.

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McCoy and Santorum woo Folly Beach

Folly Beach – Peter McCoy is employing a novel technique in wooing his mostly gay-friendly constituents by raising money with one of the least gay-friendly Senators ever.

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Death Toll Rises In GOP SC-1 Primary

Myrtle Beach – The body count has continued to increase today in South Carolina as the deadly primary race between Carol Campbell III, Paul Thurmond, and seven other irrelevant candidates for U.S. Congress rages onward into the night.

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Spoletopalooza: Coming soon to a small town near you

Charleston – Following this year’s successful edition of Spoleto Festival USA, organizers believe they have come up with a new plan to bring music and dance to the upstate.

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