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2 hrs ago | Post and Courier
Charleston County's Aviation Authority picked up two new female members Monday - one who was expected and one who came in as a surprise.
Should sexual orientation be a protected class (like race and gender) to prevent discrimination?
Should nudity be off-limits on prime-time TV?
5 hrs ago | Charleston Business Journal
Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region.
8 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Charleston, SC- You can take public transit to sign up for secure access for healthcare for your family in Charleston, SC while planning your trip online, learning what the ETA for your bus at your stop is in real time and perhaps a side trip to Charleston's holiday shopping district.
10 hrs ago | Post and Courier
This rendering shows the future 6,000-square-foot Burris Liquor store at 418 Meeting St. which should be completed in July.
11 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper
There's no better way to beat those end-of-holiday blues than with four days of comedy, and when those four days come with discounted tickets - well, that's a no-brainer.
15 hrs ago | Post and Courier
South Carolina Electric & Gas officials say their decision to trim trees from power lines every five years - instead of every seven years - is paying off with fewer outages during storms.
Last week, workers gathered on a farm in Dorchester County and stoked up an almost 100-year-old sugar cane press attached to a tractor by a long belt.
Thirteen families were displaced from their homes after an early morning fire on NOv.
The question - about one of his college teaching gigs; there have been so many, at City College of New York, NYU, Miami, others that don't come immediately to mind - makes Robert Macbeth cock his head and gaze into the distance as he sift through his memories.
Cars, taxis, bikes and pedestrians jam Upper King Street at 1:30 on a recent morning.
At 11 a.m. today, survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that took place on this date 72 years ago will be honored aboard the USS Yorktown in Charleston Harbor.
A show not to be missed this year is "The Little Match Girl," a new ballet from the Charleston Youth Dance Company of Charleston Dance Institute, with original music by UNED!TED's Laura Ball played by Chamber Music Charleston musicians.
Ireland's emergence as a high-tech hub in the late 20th century came about because of a decision by Catholic bishops more than 175 years ago, said a former U.S. ambassador and Irish history expert Wednesday night in Charleston.
If you're heading out for the French Quarter Art Walk tonight, be sure to stop by and check out The Commons, a new shop within Heirloom Book Co.