GOOD NEWS:  Johns Island Farmers Market to launch fifth year Saturday

Staff reports  |  The Johns Island Farmers Market will launch its fifth year 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 13, a delay of a week due to the snow and ice.

The market, which will be open until 2 p.m., is held at Charleston Collegiate School, 2024 Academy Drive, which can be accessed from River or Bohicket roads. The market has more than 60 new and returning vendors and farmers. More info.

In other Good News:

Runways cleared.  The Charleston County Aviation Authority announced mid-afternoon Sunday that both runways at Charleston International Airport were open.  One opened at noon Saturday and the other at 2 p.m. Sunday.  Air traffic into and out of the airporter was shut down following the Great Charleston snow of 2018.  “We ask that fliers be patient as airline teams at CHS work to rebook passengers and resume normal operations in the coming days,” said Paul G. Campbell, executive director and CEO of the authority.  “Passengers should check with their air carrier about their flight status.”

Normal operations.  Operations by cities and the county government are expected to resume normal operations today.

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