The week in review: October 19-25, 2008

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Park plans, police scooters, referee tackles, and rain, rain, and more rain were all among the most popular and most interesting stories at the all-Charleston Web site,

Shaping the future of Colonial Lake
Charleston gets all wet, smashing records
Charleston police getting innovative on street patrols
See Charleston through the eyes of your iPhone
Black Lips show is free if you get tickets, and we've got some to give
Aquarium holding fifth Sustainable Seafood Festival
Discovery says Hunley might not have sunk as we thought
Speculation swirls over ref takedown of USC quarterback
Johns Island plan introduced to public
Bridge being dedicated to honor Harriet Tubman
Worker killed on final day of state fair

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