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The Palmetto State has given the green light to firing-squad executions, a method codified into state law last year after a decade-long pause in carrying out death sentences because of the state’s inability to get lethal injection drugs. More: Associated Press, National Public Radio, CNN, USA Today

In other headlines:

Charleston nonprofits offer donations for those in need in collaborative effort. The Community Resource Center, Bundles of Joy and the Charleston Hispanic Association distributed $250,000 worth of everyday necessities during a donation event on Sunday. More: WCSC TV

Charleston’s tourism industry saw biggest wave of shutdowns ever two years ago. While Gov. Henry McMaster didn’t mandate tourist attractions and other businesses in the state close at the onset of the pandemic, the biggest wave of shutdowns in Charleston had already gotten started. More: The Post and Courier 

Charleston’s Paws in the Park draws thousands. One of the biggest pet-friendly events took place Saturday at Riverfront Park in North Charleston – and it’s all to give furry friends a forever home. More: WCSC TV

Potential North Charleston flag design celebrates important city symbols. While it hasn’t been decided yet, it appears North Charleston’s new flag is on track to be a much better illustration that incorporates symbols important to those who call the city home. More: The Post and Courier 

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