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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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Downtown bike-share program in the works

Nearly 20 years after an initial, failed attempt, Charleston will again take the plunge on a bike-sharing program early next year that could be similar to one in the nation's capital.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

Easley Progress

And miles to go before a cure

Ashton Houghton, vice president of development for the Alzheimer's Association's South Carolina chapter, is passionate about the Ride to Remember and is hands-on with the event each year.

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Post and Courier

Charleston County Council to vote on boosting own pay

The Charleston County Council's first raise in more than a decade, which is up for approval Thursday, would boost the chairman's salary by 50 percent and members' pay by 44 percent.

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Post and Courier

Boeing's 2nd-quarter revenue up 1 percent, earnings up 52 percent

Increased deliveries of commercial aircraft pushed Boeing Co.' s second-quarter revenue up 1 percent over the same period a year ago to $22 billion while earnings rose 52 percent to nearly $1.7 billion.

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Post and Courier

College of Charleston takes first step on path to university status

College of Charleston officials will continue the push to form a research university in the Lowcountry, despite a bill that failed in the waning days of the last legislative session.

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Charleston Business Journal

Charleston police threatening Uber drivers with fines, jail time

The city of Charleston might soon start cracking down on ride-sharing services such as Uber that don't have proper licensing.

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Post and Courier

Body found in Orangeburg County cornfield identified as North Charleston man

A body found in a cornfield in Holly Hill this month has been identified as a North Charleston man, authorities said.

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Myrtle Beach Online

Myrtle Beach woman killed in Charleston area crash

At 2:07 p.m. Monday, officers with the Mount Pleasant Police Department were called to a single vehicle crash on U.S. 17 at Hamlin Road, according to a news release from the department.

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WTMA-AM North Charleston

Four Held on Weapons Charges After Traffic Stop

A traffic stop by police led to four people being arrested on weapons charges in Charleston on Tuesday.

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Charleston City Paper

Blotter: Dropping the kids off at the ball pit

Blotter of the Week: A woman left her four children unattended in a Chuck E. Cheese's while she left to go shopping.

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Charleston City Paper

Why did Denzel Curnell have four extra rounds?

When I wrote my Wed. July 16 column on the Denzel Curnell shooting , SLED's 180-page report had yet to be released.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

STN Online

NSTA Crowns Winners of School Bus Driver International Safety Competition

The 44th Annual School Bus Driver International Safety Competition was held over the weekend in Charleston, S.C., and Russel Altizer of Montgomery County Public Schools recorded the top score in Small Bus division for his third title in the last four years.

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Post and Courier

Charleston Battery home blown to bits by skrulls in latest 'Uncanny X-Men' comic

In "Uncanny X-Men" 23 released on July 16th, two tourists arguing at the Charleston Battery are soon interrupted by an alien invasion.

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Post and Courier

City of Charleston accepting school supplies for First Day Festival

The city of Charleston is seeking donations of school supplies for the 12th annual First Day Festival on Aug. 17, at which 4,000 children will receive free backpacks filled with the donated supplies.

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Post and Courier

Mellow Mushroom opening in North Charleston

As anyone who has ever tried to combine a sit-down meal with a Tanger Outlets shopping trip, North Charleston Coliseum performance or Charleston Area Convention Center meeting can attest, the International Boulevard neighborhood is largely dominated by fast food restaurants.

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Charleston City Paper

Charleston band the Loners Society mix up folk, rock, and pop

When loners unite, you get heartfelt music and a journey toward self-discovery. At least that's true for Charleston band the Loners Society.

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Charleston Business Journal

On the Menu for July 22, 2014

On the Menu provides the latest news from the Charleston area's extensive culinary community, including new restaurants, new menu items and upcoming events, as well as details about local chefs.

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Charleston City Paper

Talking with a historian about Charleston's episode of 'Drunk History'

First off, "Drunk History" is a weird show. We're not sure if it's the mis-matched lip-synch narration or the weirdly-bizarro-perfect casting, or if it's just the booze talking, but it's weird.

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Post and Courier

Charleston man, 47, wanted in weekend stabbing on Huger Street

Edward Lee Singleton, 47, of Cooper Street in Charleston faces a charge of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature in a Sunday stabbing on Huger Street.

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Charleston Business Journal

Customs station relocates to ATS Logistics in North Charleston

The station now operates out of ATS Logistics' new facility at 4033 W. Montague Ave. in North Charleston.

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