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Charleston County voters have a final list of school construction projects to consider when deciding whether to extend a 1 percent sales tax in a referendum this November.
3 hrs ago | Post and Courier
In the storytelling trades, coherence is a virtue. When recounting history, it helps when conveying the requisite facts to remember the important bits, offer a clean chronology and make the point with vigor.
4 hrs ago | Post and Courier
On July 19, a United Airlines flight from Newark, N.J. to Bogota, Colombia, diverted to Charleston International Airport because of medical issues with two passengers.
8 hrs ago | Post and Courier
Northwoods Mall is being evacuated while authorities search for a gunman, North Charleston police report.
9 hrs ago | Charleston Business Journal
When Glenn McConnell visited the College of Charleston as a candidate for president in the spring, one of the suggestions he made over and over was changing the status of the University of Charleston, South Carolina.
13 hrs ago | Post and Courier
The Charleston and St. Andrews fire departments responded to Ashley oaks Apartments at 78 Ashley Hall Plantation Road shortly after midnight.
The nine-story hotel planned near the base of the Ravenel Bridge on the peninsular side of the span will carry not one banner but two.
The trio from the Slave Dwelling Project has slept in former slave quarters that had no floors or ones in poor condition.
As the physical building expands at Charleston International, so will the number of people who work there, if the airport board approves the director's request for an 11 percent hike in the workforce Tuesday.
Charleston has lots of knowledgeable eaters, which is another way of saying it's home to plenty of eaters with strong opinions.
Non-emergency phone numbers for the Charleston Police Department changed in November with its switch to the county's consolidated dispatching system.
State Rep. Bakari Sellers is not only hoping to become the first Democrat elected statewide in more than five years, but he's also seeking to become the state's first African-American lieutenant governor since 1872.
When the Navy pulled out of Charleston in the mid-1990s, the prospect of losing 22,000 direct jobs served as a wake-up call for the Lowcountry.
Bluffton barbecue man Ted Huffman's words were as refreshing as a sweating glass of iced tea in late July: Erin Shaw had simply asked, "How do you take your tea?" And he went off, like a lot of people do when it comes to sweet tea.
State Sen. Vincent Sheheen, the Democratic candidate for governor of South Carolina, says the best thing people could do to bring about change in the state is to elect him governor in November.
Funding scholarship programs is one of the best ways to increase diversity at the College of Charleston and other schools, and new president Glenn McConnell said he wanted to lead by example.
Dozens of fortifications from the Revolutionary War and Civil War remain in the Charleston area, and now there will be a complete list of those sites.
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Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 07:03 pm
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