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BROCCOLO, Gwyn Mancino, 58, of Hollywood, a manager with Dixie Kennel and widow of Tony M. Broccolo, died Wednesday.
AAA Carolinas says in a release almost 90 percent of those traveling more than 50 miles from home will be driving, with Charleston and Myrtle Beach on the South Carolina coast and Raleigh, Charlotte and Asheville in North Carolina the most popular destinations.
Archeologists in South Carolina will look for remaining evidence of a wharf where tens of thousands of slaves first set foot in the United States.
The P&C's Hanna Raskin posted an investigative piece yesterday looking at the issue of Charleston restaurants chronically underpaying their staff, with an analysis of state labor complaints showing over $388,000 reportedly owed to Charleston foodservice workers.
In case you haven't seen it yet, Charleston photographer Patrick Hall's taser portrait video has been buzzing about the internet this week.
It's the most wonderful time of the year: college football season. You can almost smell the hot wings wafting out of bars and restaurants around town.
BREAKING: AJ: "I am ending my pursuit of the position of Head Men's Basketball Coach at the College of Charleston."
The Aug. 21-23 drug sweep on America and South streets followed tips by residents, police spokesman Charles Francis said.
Construction is underway at the Cigar Factory, and investors expect that tenants will be able to move in by summer 2015.
Rockene Lamont Ladson, 27, of Fort Johnson Road on James Island faces two counts of armed robbery in connection with an Aug. 3 incident on Wentworth Street in downtown Charleston.
Police have made a second arrest Wednesday in a robbery that occurred in downtown Charleston earlier this month.
In 2006, the Alliance for Full Acceptance worked with the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce to craft an economic impact study that focused on LGBT spending in the local region.
"Now that we have a space, we're asking ourselves, 'What are the things that we've always wanted to do?' It's like a gallery in a way, there are so many artists and opportunities to share someone's gift."
Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. called King Street "the quintessential public realm" and said 2 a.m. bar crowds are "not good for businesses that will locate on King Street Eventually" After three months debating how to control its burgeoning bar districts, the City of Charleston seems to have ditched its controversial Entertainment District Overlay Zone ... (more)
Travelers heading west from downtown Charleston will get an eyeful over the next month thanks to the Secular Humanists' new billboard near Montague Avenue announcing "20 Godless Years in the Holy City!" Yes, it's been 20 years since atheists and agnostics planted their flag in Charleston when they founded the Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry.
Charleston County Council formally put its stamp on withholding funds from the Lowcountry's main industry-recruiting agency Tuesday until differences can be resolved.
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Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 03:35 am
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