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10:31 pm on Tuesday September 23, 2014
Hoping to address the perceived chaos that Charleston's explosion in bars has brought, city council has passed a first reading of a one-year ban on permits for alcohol between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. on portions of King, Meeting, and Market streets. The...
3:23 am on Wednesday August 20, 2014
The proposed odrinance is the city's latest take to control after-midnight pouring of alcohol. It will be discussed tonight, August 20.
3:00 am on Monday June 9, 2014
A King Street program has confiscated 186 bikes since November, at $45 a pop that's $8,370 in impound fees.
9:49 am on Tuesday June 3, 2014
Craft beer options brewed in the Palmetto State should soon blossom further: the "Stone bill" has been signed into law by Gov. Nikki Haley and will allow craft breweries to brew more beer and serve food.
5:28 am on Wednesday May 28, 2014
Charleston City Council voted 12-to-1 for a plan to restrict some new downtown businesses from selling alcohol past midnight.
8:25 am on Wednesday April 16, 2014
If passed, "The Stone Bill" could draw in the likes of Stone Brewing or Deschutes Brewery to South Carolina by allowing brewpubs to produce and sell up to 500,000 barrels a year. Myrtle Beach is pushing this bill hard due to Stone Brewing Co seeking...
4:25 am on Monday April 7, 2014
Laws have been passed throughout Beaufort County to ban texting-while-driving, but so far only the Beaufort Police Department has issued tickets.
1:54 pm on Wednesday April 2, 2014
Far from a medical marijuana bill, H. 4803 passed 90-24 will allow cannabidiol oil (CBD) for patients in need.
9:54 pm on Tuesday March 18, 2014
Charleston City Council voted in new rules, which include a ban on skateboarding down King, Meeting, Broad, East Bay, and Calhoun streets, among other regulations.
5:26 am on Thursday February 20, 2014
It's not a fight for legalized pot, but Sen. Tom Davis' (R-Beaufort) bill would revise state law, authorizing the S.C. DHEC to study certain medical therapeutic uses.