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Charleston, SC, United States

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Past articles by Danielle:

Former SCANA CEO set to plead guilty to federal and state charges

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCBD) – Former SCANA CEO Kevin Marsh is expected to plead guilty on Wednesday in federal and state court. Marsh is expected in federal court in Columbia at 10 AM. He will then appear in state court in Spartanburg County at 2:30. This all stems from the now-abandoned nuclear reactors north of Columbia. […] → Read More

Drive-thru hiring event in North Charleston for manufacturing jobs

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – A drive-thru hiring event will take place on Wednesday at the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce from 9 AM – 12 PM and 1 PM – 4 PM. Several positions are available at Amalie Oil including blow mold operators, machine operators, and packaging operators. It is recommended you bring your […] → Read More

Delayed vaccine clinic in Mount Pleasant happening Friday for second dose of the vaccine

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) – On Friday, a vaccination clinic that was postponed due to severe weather halting the vaccine delivery will take place at Seacoast Church in Mount Pleasant. This vaccine clinic is only for those who received their first vaccine at Seacoast Church on January 22nd. Health officials say those receiving their second […] → Read More

CARTA board to vote on beach shuttle from Mount Pleasant to Isle of Palms

ISLE OF PALMS, S.C. (WCBD) – On Wednesday, CARTA will propose permanently implementing a beach shuttle to their board. CARTA and the Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) had a test run in September which officials say was a success. The proposal is for a seasonal weekend shuttle that will run between the […] → Read More

The ‘Meeting Tree’ on Cainhoy Rd has been removed despite months of protest

BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) – A 300-year-old tree has been cut down to make room for the Clements Ferry Road Widening Project. At 9 P.M. on Tuesday, crews began to cut the limbs off of the historic tree which was located between property owned by Sammy Sanders and the intersection of Cainhoy Road and Clements […] → Read More

The Colour of Music Festival kicks off 5 days of virtual performances

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The Colour of Music Festival kicks off Wednesday, honoring Black History Month. Due to the pandemic, the festival will be streamed virtually for its ninth season. The festival will highlight black classically trained artists and give black composers a platform. Many of Charleston’s historic venues will be featured. Musicians will be […] → Read More

Dorchester District 2 begins in-person hybrid learning

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCBD) – Dorchester District Two will begin in-person hybrid learning for the entire district on Tuesday. This is the first time since December that students are returning to the classroom since the district finished the fall semester virtual. Elementary students will be in person every day. Half of the students will be in […] → Read More

MLK Day events across the Lowcountry

Charleston, S.C. (WCBD) – YWCA Greater Charleston has several events planned in honor of MLK Day all of which have been made virtual due to the pandemic. The YWCA kicked off the events with an Ecumenical Service on Sunday. On Monday, they will join News 2 in hosting the virtual MLK Day parade at noon. […] → Read More

Joint Base Charleston celebrates 4,000,000th flying hour of C-17

North Charleston, S.C. (WCBD) – Joint Base Charleston and the 437th Airlift Wing will participate in the 4,000,000th worldwide flying hour of the C-17. The 437th Airlift Wing and maintenance group, flying squadrons, as well as Boeing and local officials, will be on board to celebrate the occasion. The military aircraft will fly around the […] → Read More

Mount Pleasant opens registration for spring sports; town taking extra precautions to limit COVID-19 spread

Mount Pleasant, S.C. (WCBD) – Officials from the Town of Mount Pleasant Recreation Department say they decided to move forward with the spring season because their fall season was so successful. After canceling their spring season in 2020 due to the coronavirus the town had 5,000 athletes sign up for fall sports. This year, coaches […] → Read More

Charleston County combats recycling contamination

Charleston County, S.C. (WCBD) – Charleston County Environmental Management is taking a hands-on approach to combat non-recyclable contamination in the county’s recycling program. Non-recyclables are frequently found in the recycling carts such as plastic bags, food waste, and clothing. Beginning in January, staff will randomly be looking into recycling cans to ensure only proper materials […] → Read More

Charleston County Council holds swearing-in ceremony Tuesday

Charleston County, S.C. (WCBD) – Charleston County Council will swear in four members on Tuesday during a ceremony at 6 p.m. at the Charleston County Judicial Center. Out of the four members being sworn in from the November elections, two have been re-elected. Rob Wherman will now represent District 3 until 2024. He won 54% […] → Read More

Kristin Graziano swearing-in Monday as Charleston County Sheriff

Charleston County, S.C. (WCBD) – After more than 30 years, Charleston County will have a new sheriff. Democrat Kristin Graziano will be sworn in as sheriff at the old historic courthouse at 10 AM on Monday. Graziano will first be sworn in privately by the Charleston County Clerk of Court before having a formal ceremony […] → Read More

Christmas trees on the menu at Lowcountry goat farm

Johns Island, S.C. (WCBD) – Donate your unwanted Christmas tree to Jeremiah Farm and Goat Dairy on Johns Island for a free way to discard the holiday décor. Casey Price, owner of Jeremiah Farm and Goat Dairy, says the goats will eat any kind of tree except a fake one. “Conifers are high in vitamin […] → Read More

Canceled events going into the New Year

Charleston, S.C. (WCBD) – The Flip Flop Drop on Folly Beach and the Polar Bear Plunge on Sullivans Island have both been canceled due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases. Mayor of Sullivans Island Patrick O’Neil stated “there have been so many super spreader events where you’ve had a large number of people crowded […] → Read More

CVS and Walgreens begin COVID-19 vaccination in senior living facilities across South Carolina

Charleston, S.C. (WCBD) – Beginning Monday, CVS and Walgreens will distribute the COVID-19 vaccine to residents at long-term care facilities across South Carolina. Staff at these facilities were vaccinated in the first round of vaccinations. CVS and Walgreens began vaccinations in Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon and […] → Read More

Child abuse cases increase since start of the pandemic

Mount Pleasant, S.C. (WCBD) – Child abuse cases have increased since the beginning of the pandemic as a result of the pandemic related quarantine and stay at home orders. Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center sees about 100 children a month. Due to the pandemic they have changed their operations to almost fully online. Meetings that […] → Read More

Small businesses find new ways to stay afloat during the holiday season in the midst of the pandemic

Mount Pleasant, S.C. (WCBD) – Due to COVID-19 precautions more and more people are shopping online instead of in store forcing local businesses to change how they operate to keep up with the demand of the holiday season. Being shut down even if just for a month can be devastating for a small business according […] → Read More

CCSD distributes COVID-19 rapid test

Charleston County, S.C. (WCBD) – Charleston County School District received rapid antigen testing Thursday for 10% of their student body totally approximately 5,000 kits. The test will only be used for students, faculty, or staff that are showing symptoms. The rapid tests are able to provide results in just 15 minutes. “When you look at […] → Read More

Walmart, S.C. Ports Authority, and Dorchester County celebrate the groundbreaking of $220 million distribution center

Dorchester County, S.C. (WCBD) – South Carolina elected officials, South Carolina Ports Authority, and Walmart celebrated the groundbreaking of the Ridgeville Import Distribution Center Thursday. The distribution center will be located in Dorchester County and will create 1,000 full-time jobs. “The ability for people in Dorchester County to have more and more opportunities every year […] → Read More