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Charleston City Council approves one-year moratorium on new bars in the peninsula's entertainment district

postandcourier.com — Downtown residents were elated and bar owners were disappointed when Charleston City Council Tuesday voted in favor of granting intial approval to a one-year moratorium on new bars in the peninsula's entertainment district that can stay open past midnight, A standing-room-only crowd packed City Council Chambers, where the group voted 9-3 to approve the moratorium along King Street, parts of Meeting and East Bay streets, and the Market area.

Sheheen pulls latest ad attacking Haley on DSS

postandcourier.com — COLUMBIA - Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Vincent Sheheen rolled out Tuesday an advertisement critical of Gov. Nikki Haley's handling of the Department of Social Services that included inaccurate information. Sheheen hits Haley on the deaths of three Midlands children, who were killed at the hands of their guardians in 2013.
Sep 23, 2014

Sheheen pulls latest ad attacking Haley on DSS, re-releases updated version: bit.ly/1ru3olB

Spurrier's imperfect Gamecocks keep finding ways to win

postandcourier.com — COLUMBIA - When Steve Spurrier was at Florida, coaching special teams was relatively simple. "We'd say, 'You take kickoff return, you take kickoff cover.' The assistant coaches would have one of the phases and on Thursday we'd work on every little bit there," he said. "That's all we did back in those days."
Sep 23, 2014

Now at @postandcourier, it's The Ball Coach, Week 5: USC playing just well enough to win -- but for how much longer? bit.ly/Y2Bf9t

Acting House speaker advocates term limits for job

postandcourier.com — COLUMBIA, S.C. - The Republican acting as South Carolina's House speaker recommends putting a term limit on the powerful position. Speaker Pro Tem Jay Lucas said Tuesday it's time to ensure that no one person gets a vice grip on the post.