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Four years ago as the Mercury sought to discern who was best fit to lead among the many candidates vying to fill Joe Riley’s long held spot as Charleston’s mayor, we said the following of John Tecklenburg:  “… capable and caring, passionate and personable, Mr. Tecklenb...

As decision day comes ever closer for the Holy City, we offer readers our full slate of endorsements for Charleston City Council. As noted in this month’s print edition mayoral endorsement, only a mutually cooperative council and city hall can adequately advance the in...

Sometimes a candidate for elected office is so different in all the right ways and possessed of great talent that he stands out among his opponents as a natural leader for our citizens; this is most certainly the case with Brett Barry. We may differ on the need to comp...

In the immortal words of Alice Cooper, school’s out for the summer, which means it is time for our hearty congratulations to all the fresh-faced graduates of the Lowcountry. Peruse this issue’s advertising for announcements from a number of our leading local educationa...

If you think “November” when you think of elections, we implore you to think differently. With the majority of general election seats either uncontested or uncompetitive, those who do not participate in the primaries on June 12 are abdicating most of their power at the...

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Charleston’s beacon by the sea

October 2, 2019

Both long-term residents and newcomers may readily see see the unrelenting change in coastal landscape. Some is gradual; some is swift and dramatic. I...

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