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6:20 am on Monday May 6, 2013

Charleston County schools continue a gradual improvement

Charleston County school leaders acknowledge that there is still much to do and that many demographics suffer more, but progress continues to be made.
4:56 am on Friday October 26, 2012

Future Kings Road Boat Landing (Update: work begins)

Update October 26th, 2012: The ground breaking ceremony for the new boat landing.   The new boat landing will have a 28-foot wide, two-lane concrete boat ramp on the Intracoastal Waterway and will feature a 200 linear foot floating dock along the...
2:54 am on Thursday April 26, 2012

S.C. Hospitality Association President commits suicide (Update: Duncan charged, relationship unclear)

Update April 26th, 2012: Rachel Duncan gave an exclusive interview with The State that goes into detail about why she did not come forward during the investigation. The State also reports that Sponseller had photos of Duncan on his computer that...
5:51 am on Tuesday March 27, 2012

New initiative challenges Charleston to 'Lighten Up' and lose 100,000 pounds

Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr., committee Co-Chairmen Dr. Marcus Newberry and Dr. Patrick O’Neil and members of the community steering committee are challenging the Charleston community to lose a combined 100,000 pounds in an effort to fight obesity....
6:56 am on Monday March 26, 2012

Monarch544, new student housing for CCU

HighBridge Properties, a real estate advisory and brokerage firm active in the southeast and on the west coast, has been engaged as the exclusive advisor to market and sell Monarch544, a student-housing community currently under construction next to...
3:27 am on Saturday October 15, 2011

I-26 construction: All lanes a go-go Sunday

Image by Flickr user brianjmatis The end is near...for I-26 roadwork.Update October 15: The work was due to be done back in June, but we're sure I-26 commuters will be just as delighted when all lanes of the three-year widening of I-26 reopen this...
7:30 am on Friday August 26, 2011

Two days of lectures, rides and celebrations for Charleston cycling scene

Charleston Moves invites you to take part in important events September 7th and 8th that will bring together citizens, community and business leaders interested in a more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly Charleston. The Lowcountry is at a tipping...
8:44 am on Monday June 6, 2011

Was the S.C. Legislature too timid this year?

Flickr user Brian Cribb From passing a voter I.D. law to immigration reform, tort reform, and plenty more, thinking of the South Carolina's Legislature efforts as passive this year doesn't seem right. But what if you look at it through the lens of...
1:44 am on Monday June 6, 2011

Was the S.C. Legislature too timid this year?

Image by Flickr user Brian Cribb From passing a voter I.D. law to immigration reform, tort reform, and plenty more, thinking of the South Carolina's Legislature efforts as passive this year doesn't seem right. But what if you look at it through the...
11:22 pm on Sunday June 5, 2011

Was the S.C. Legislature too timid this year?

Flickr user Brian Cribb From passing a voter I.D. law, to immigration reform, tort reform, and plenty more, thinking of the South Carolina's Legislature efforts as passive this year doesn't seem right. But what if you look at through the lens of...
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