The future of Burke is still up in the air. In this edition of "Quintin's Close-Ups," I sit down with Burke advocate and community activist Anjene Davis, one-on-one.
5th grade author Makayla Tyler and her grandmother, Miss Cheryl Greer, co-authored a book called "Love 7" to bring awareness to bullying and promote kindness in schools.
From the old Piggly Wiggly site to 526, I sit down with Charleston County Council member Brantley Moody for this edition of "Qyuintin's Close-Ups."
Sheila Kern is a fine art painter and entrepreneur who wants you to connect with yourself and the vitality of life through her art.
Michael Covert is a businessman, a Beaufort County councilman and now he wants to be the next congressman to represent the 1st Congressional District in Washington.
From flooding issues in West Ashley to his own City Council re-election bid, I sit down with Charleston City Council member Bill Moody for "Quintin's Close-Ups."
A lot of people will be traveling and hitting the water for the 4th of July holiday, but before you do, ABC News 4 traffic safety expert and former law enforcement officer Trooper Bob Beres has tips for you for a special edition of "Quintin's Close-Ups."
Shai Bibas is Charleston's Israel emissary and even though he works every day for the people of the Lowcountry, he is dealing with his own personal health issue: epilepsy.
The City of Charleston is serious about tackling flooding in this region and the city has a chief resilience officer to help do just that.
It's been a few months since notable physician Dr. Melvin Brown was denied a membership into the Charleston Rifle Club.
Michael Miller has been Charleston County's Register of Deeds since January and now he wants you to know what the office is all about.
Anthony Moore had some highs and lows during his childhood and now wants to help kids navigate through their struggles with his first published book series, "The Sandbox Kids."
From the recent Democratic presidential debates to Nancy Mace entering the 1st Congressional District race, I sit down with College of Charleston political science professor Dr. Gibbs Knotts for this edition of "Quintin's Close-Ups."
Ann McGill has been a news anchor and reporter at WCSC-TV for the past 18 years and just recently became the co-anchor of "Live 5 News at 5" and "Live 5 News at 6" with Bill Sharpe.
Megan Rivers is the weekday traffic reporter and multimedia journalist at ABC News 4 and now, you can add Emmy-nominated journalist to her resume.
Charleston Pro Bono provides free legal services to low-income residents in Charleston County.
For the past 4 years, Virginia Jamison has served as the councilwoman for residents of North Charleston's District 3 on City Council and this fall, she wants residents to give another chance to serve them.
Abbey O'Brien is the weekday traffic anchor and multimedia journalist for Live 5 News.
Kyle Jordan has been the morning co-anchor at Live 5 News since 2012 and since that time, he has covered major events here in the Lowcountry.
From Mayor Tecklenburg's audit to his thoughts on the Charleston 9 and the Emanuel 9, I sit down exclusively with Charleston mayoral candidate and current Charleston City Council member Gary White for "Quintin's Close-Ups."