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“The [Waddell] family only came there on weekends to shoot, when duck season was on,” Constance says. “It needed a lot of love.” The house reeked of tobacco smoke (the walls and ceilings had tobacco smoke stains), and the plaster walls were flaking.
Supporters say the move is the next step after similar bans were approved in workplaces, at the Medical University of South Carolina, the College of Charleston and The Citadel. The city’s website says Charleston has 120 parks with about 1,800 total acre
Council gave first of three required readings to the ban on Tuesday night. The vote was 5-2, with Councilmen Charlie Jernigan and Richard Stroman voting in opposition. The ordinance would prohibit smoking in public places including Centennial Park, Chap
Laudisi Enterprises, Inc., the parent company of SmokingPipes.com, Laudisi Distribution, Cornell & Diehl, Inc, and Low Country Pipe and Cigar located in Longs, plans to invest $250,000 and hire an additional 35 full time employees over the next five year
all of South Carolina and all Clemson fans — sat at a corner table in Ybor City’s Tabanero Cigars as their spouses shopped for stogies. “They wanted to watch football and buy cigars in Tampa since this is where to get them,” Paige Graham said. “Hopefull
It doesn’t matter that Christian Wilkins doesn’t smoke. “I need a cigar,” he half yells, half sings after Clemson’s 35-31 victory over Alabama in a Championship rematch. “I gotta go find me one. I don’t even smoke, but I’m gonna at least put one in my m
“Dear Brothers,” one miner entreated in 1909, “let us not drop that old song”…decades later in Charleston, S.C., when 1,100 black and white employees of the American Tobacco Company cigar factory struck for higher pay and better working conditions. For
If you are interested in a fine cigar accompanied by a glass of beer or wine, Bluffton is now the place to be. Town Council on Tuesday amended its smoking rules to allow tobacco stores to sell beer and wine but not liquor.
Town Council tentatively approved a provision for “cigar bars,” tobacco shops that would be allowed to sell beer and wine while patrons smoked. The amendment would allow only cigars — not cigarettes. The proposal was made at the request of Councilman Te