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She was looking forward to sending her daughter to her neighborhood school on James Island and participating in that school's community.
Today's funeral notices Funeral listings for Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014 Check out this story on battlecreekenquirer.com: http://bcene.ws/1ucebAB This undated image provided by Middleton Place in Charleston, S.C., shows a pair of perfect white camellia blossoms in full bloom.
George Payton Jr., a well-known black attorney with a reputation for challenging the status quo, was shot to death in his Spring Street office while talking on the telephone about 2 p.m. March 18, 1975.
The $131 million pot of money for protecting land from development in Charleston County - created after voters agreed to pay higher sales tax nearly a decade ago - is just about empty.
The North Charleston Police Department unveiled their new police car and design on Tuesday June 3, 2014.
This Aug. 27, 2014 photo from from a broadcast ad shows Boots McMaster, the bulldog owned by Henry McMaster the Republican who is running for South Carolina lieutenant governor, in Charleston, S.C. With dogs in almost half of American homes, a number of South Carolina political candidates this year are featuring the family pet dog in ads, on web ... (more)
An Iraq war veteran who served 12 1/2 years protecting his country would be considered by most a hero.
What: 26th South Carolina Beach Sweep/River Sweep, coordinated by S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and the S.C. Department of Natural Resources.
An expansion-minded national insurance company has snapped up a longtime North Charleston brokerage as it looks to beef up its South Carolina presence.
Charleston's new heavy duty Coast Guard cutter is expected to arrive in port this November once all its test trials are over.
A new shopping strip under development across from Tanger Outlet Center will bring four more retail businesses to the busy area of North Charleston.
It has been nearly 16 months since I urged readers to take advantage of low interest rates and refinancing long-term loans to lower monthly expenses, pay off debt more quickly or both.
Residents of the first French town liberated from the Nazis after the World War II D-Day invasion are visiting South Carolina.
That's good news, and probably comes as a surprise to all those folks who stood around protesting the college earlier this year.
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Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 06:40 am
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