A traveling multimedia exhibit meant to educate visitors about the Holocaust and the lives of those it impacted during World War II is stopping in Charleston through the end of the month. Already, state and local leaders have stopped by the exhibit alongside local Holocaust survivors. The exhibit was brought by Southern NCSY, an organization empowering Jewish teens through leadership and education, and in partnership with Holocaust education group ShadowLight. More: Charleston City Paper, The Post and Courier
In other headlines:
Murdaugh investigation continues as family hopes for answers. The Murdaugh family left behind after the killings of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh is still hopeful for answers into what tore their lives apart last summer. More: The Post and Courier
Charleston County Acceleration Schools get $50K grant for teacher retention, morale. The Charleston County School District is implementing a new program within their Acceleration Schools which will bring attention to teacher burnout, low morale and retention. More: WCSC TV
Proposed zoning change would allow more ‘micro’ apartments to fill gaps in affordable housing. Local developer Jeffrey Roberts is trying to change the zoning code to allow for more micro apartments instead of petitioning the Charleston Planning Commission and City Council for a special exemption. More: The Post and Courier, WCSC TV
Lowcountry doctors, patients secure approval for ‘game-changing’ cancer treatment. Clinical trials in the Lowcountry for a newly-approved cancer treatment for lung cancer helped get the drug ready for people around the world, according to Lowcountry medical officials. More: WCSC TV
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