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Charleston, South Carolina is located in Charleston County. Zip codes in Charleston, SC include 29425, 29423, and 29409. The median home price in Charleston is $315,000 which is roughly $137/per square foot. More Charleston information.

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46 min ago | Charleston City Paper

Your map to the magical realms of the Kingdom of Charleston

Fellow LARPers, there's no need for you worry your role-playing little selves about where to nest.

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Critics Slam 'Ice Bucket Challenge' as 'Slacktivism' and 'Stunt Philanthropy'

Should the U.S. Capitol Have a POW/MIA Memorial?

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46 min ago | Charleston City Paper

For days when you don't want to shoot your sup

Here in the Holy City, it'll be hard to find enough wildlife on your own to completely sustain you, day in and day out.

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2 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

The Pride Rally got us fired up for Mini-Wave Fest and the Budweiser Bikini Bash

The Pride Parade and Rally on Saturday rocked so hard that we're still pulling glitter out of our hair.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Post and Courier

Neighbors question city landscaping work at home owned by N. Charleston mayor's son

North Charleston has spent $37,000 on extensive landscaping and other improvements by city work crews at a house owned by Elliott Summey, the mayor's son and vice chairman of Charleston County Council.

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Post and Courier

Start of school brings traffic and bus delays in Charleston, Dorchester

The start of the school year came and went Monday with the usual hiccups, including complaints from Charleston County parents about their children being kept waiting on buses in the heat.

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Government Executive

Want to See How Fast Coastal Wetlands and Forests Are Vanishing?

Buildings, pavement, golf courses, and other development are taking big bites out of America's coastal wetlands and forests, and now new federal data is charting just how much is being lost.

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Post and Courier

Nobody hurt after 8 shots fired in downtown Charleston fight

A fight between several young men late Monday afternoon near a busy area of downtown Charleston ended when one of them fired about eight gunshots, according to a police report.

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Post and Courier

Voters can expect new faces in Charleston County School Board races

Charleston County voters can expect some new faces on the school board this fall with several members not seeking re-election.

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Bluffton Today

Aerospace industry impact in SC pegged at $17B

A new report says the aerospace industry in South Carolina accounts for 54,000 jobs with a total economic impact of $17 billion.

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WIS-TV Columbia

South Carolina doctor wants to eliminate the spread of Ebola virus with germ-killing robots

Two five-foot germ-fighting robots, created and manufactured here in South Carolina, have been sent to Liberia to help combat the spread of Ebola in hospitals and clinics.

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Charleston Business Journal

Hot Properties for Aug. 18, 2014

Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

Charleston Business Journal

Patriots Point chooses developer for $300M project

Charleston-based real estate company Bennett Hospitality plans to bring hotels, office space, restaurants and retail to waterfront property at Patriots Point if a $300 million development deal goes through.

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Post and Courier

Choice of Pascoe for prosecutor in House Speaker Bobby Harrell probe is well received

Those who have pushed for an investigation into House Speaker Bobby Harrell are cheering the choice of the prosecutor reportedly taking over the ethics-related probe.

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Post and Courier

Embattled Charleston industry-recruiting alliance looks at spending cuts

The embattled Charleston region's chief industry-recruiting agency doesn't plan to fold up its tent, but it is looking at contingency plans if full funding doesn't come through from its three main government donors.

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Charleston City Paper

College of Charleston unveils new school logo featuring Randolph Hall under oaks

You spoke, we listened. Randolph Hall and the Cistern Yard make up the College's new logo.

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Charleston City Paper

The Agenda: Fmr. Gamecock turns himself in over Upper King assault;...

A former USC Football player turned himself in late Friday after surveillance footage showed him in the area of of an Upper King Street scuffle that left one man in the hospital with a cracked skull.

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Post and Courier

Charleston man, 20, charged with felony DUI in 17-year-old's death

Charleston County sheriff's deputies have charged a man with felony driving under the influence in connection with a wreck that killed a Johns Island teen Saturday afternoon.

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South Carolina Lawyers Weekly

MUSC reaches agreement with Anderson hospital

AnMed Health in Anderson has reached an agreement with the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston to help train medical students.

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The Star

Former S.C. football player arrested after punch

A former South Carolina football player is charged with assault and battery after police said he punched a man in the face and left him in a Charleston hospital with a fractured skull.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014

Post and Courier

Charleston airport board retreat meant to avoid past pitfalls

Last year at this time, the Charleston County Aviation Authority was in the midst of upheaval after its longtime director abruptly resigned in July.

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