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7:52 am on Tuesday June 18, 2013

A red cup signals fewer police near bars, more in neighborhoods

Chris Haire has no love for plans that would leave bars enforcing the rules on King Street so more police could enforce rules in downtown neighborhoods.
3:03 pm on Thursday December 22, 2011

By bike, a downtown Charleston Christmas light delight

Image by Charleston InsdieOut Head on over to Kristin Walker's Charleston InsdieOut for a fun and short photo tour by bike of some of downtown Charleston's better seasonal lights.
5:53 am on Monday August 1, 2011

Street sweeping program kicks off this week in Harleston Village

Image by Flickr user littlegraypixelAs requested by the Harleston Village Neighborhood Association, the Complete Street Sweeping Pilot Program will begin Thursday, August 4, and Friday, August 5th, from 9 to 11 a.m. Complete street sweeping using...
1:59 pm on Monday December 20, 2010

A Full Moon and Christmas Tree at Colonial Lake

And it’s the eve of the Solstice.  And there will be a meteor shower tonight.  And a lunar eclipse.  Wow.
12:05 pm on Friday December 10, 2010

Nature in the Middle of the City – at Colonial Lake

I was taking a walk this morning when I caught this guy standing on the sidewalk looking for his breakfast.  Here in Harleston Village around Colonial Lake in Downtown Charleston, we see a huge variety of nature on a daily … Continue reading →
3:09 am on Sunday February 15, 2009

Local pharmacy calling it quits after 57 years

Harleston Village's 57-year-old independent drugstore, Prescription Center, will close on February 20th. [gmap markers=blue::32.781862607195016,-79.94321823120117 |zoom=15 |center=32.78251205495012,-79.94441986083984 |width=220px |height=200px |...
8:43 am on Tuesday October 14, 2008

Historic church gutted to repair termite damage

Image by 20081014church.jpg [gmap markers=blue::32.7838830957529,-79.9410080909729 |zoom=15 |center=32.7842438924523,-79.93987083435059 |width=220px |height=200px |control=Small |type=Map] If you've been through Harleston Village and down Pitt...
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