Dustin Waters

See ya, Calhoun. In case you missed it: Charleston officials vowed to remove the John C. Calhoun statue in Marion Square. Tecklenburg said they would consider a resolution at their meeting next Tuesday, June 23. Source: City Paper [content-1]
Remembering Emanuel.
People across the state and country remembered the nine killed by a white supremacist inside Emanuel AME Church. Source: The State

P&C gets coronavirus. The Post and Courier had staffers return to work June 1. This week, after their own reporters documented rising cases of coronavirus, bosses reportedly told staff that someone at the paper tested positive. Source: Daily Beast

No fireworks. Sullivan's Island joins Folly Beach, Patriot's Point, North Charleston and Isle of Palms in canceling their Fourth of July fireworks. Source: P&C

South Carolina's census response comes in at 40th. South Carolina's response comes in below Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama and North Carolina. Source: Kings Tree News

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