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Weather forecasters are calling for snow flurries in the Lowcountry, Midlands and Upstate as a heavy cold front moves in, but Charleston-area residents shouldn’t expect any of the snow to stick around for long. More: The Post and Courier, WIS TV, WCSC TV, WYFF 

In other headlines:

Leak in Clamagore submarine at Patriots Point closes attraction to visitors indefinitely. The Clamagore submarine at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum has been closed to visitors indefinitely after a leak was discovered. More: The Post and Courier 

College of Charleston plans partnership with MUSC to launch School of Health Sciences. College of Charleston officials hope the new School of Health Sciences will help to address workforce shortages in the health-care industry. More: The Post and Courier, WCSC TV 

Gullah Geechee Chamber Foundation gets environmental, energy grant. The Gullah Geechee Chamber Foundation received an $84,000 grant from the Energy Foundation they hope will enable the group to increase its programming across the Lowcountry. More: The Post and Courier 

Proposed committee looking to address affordable housing in Charleston County. Charleston County Council is trying to find a way to bring more affordable housing to Charleston County as housing prices continue to skyrocket. More: WCSC TV

North Charleston mayor sets new goals in State of City, focuses on Naval base, road improvements. In a prerecorded, 12-minute address released during the city’s Jan. 27 City Council meeting, the mayor focused on five main areas: the city’s upcoming 50th anniversary, recreation, redevelopment of the old Navy base, infrastructure improvements and public safety. More: The Post and Courier, WCSC TV

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