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Explore Charleston interns Breyonna Ravenel, Morgan Best and Kyonna Bryant chat with SC Rep. Spencer Wetmore after a business etiquette instructional dinner at the Hotel Bennett in Charleston. When a room of prospective interns hushed with silence, one student raised his hand. “What business advice do you have for someone who has little work experience?”...


Given the balkanized nature of local governments on James Island, it would have been easy for them to point fingers at one another regarding who should tackle the costly and complicated problem of addressing high contamination levels in James Island Creek. Instead, the opposite has happened, and we urge the city and county of Charleston,...


The Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee (DLCC) has announced that State Representative Spencer Wetmore (D-Charleston) has been named a Spotlight candidate. The DLCC said that candidates who receive a spotlight “displayed extraordinary leadership while fighting for their communities.” “It’s an honor to be recognized for my work to protect our coast and expand access to affordable housing and...


“The Joseph Neal Elected Official of the Year Award is given to an elected official in South Carolina of any level. Honoring an elected official that has put in a lot of work in South Carolina for the Democratic Party. [Spencer’s] primary focus as Administrator has been legislation, beach nourishment, resilience and disaster response, personnel,...

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