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A'Kara Travil Edwards didn't think she needed a lawyer when she sat down for three hours and told North Charleston police detectives about how she killed her boyfriend.
A mulch fire at a business shut down for several hours a section of Highway 78 in Ladson while firefighters run water hoses across the roadway.
All of the lanes on Highway 78 were closed for part of the afternoon, but westbound lanes reopened about 4:45 p.m. The North Charleston Fire Department asks motorists to use caution when traveling in the area of Hwy 78 before College Park Road.
We'd heard that Chef Mike Lata recently moved into a new home on James Island, but we never thought there'd be an opportunity to have dinner there with him.
South Carolina Electric & Gas is moving ahead with plans to put two solar farms on land it owns in the Lowcountry and the Midlands.
Ben Tester thought his interest in science would take him into the health care sector after he graduated from college.
Helping Out highlights some of the many charitable events and activities going on in the Charleston area.
PROVIDED Charleston Animal Society officials examine a puppy thrown from a car at a Waffle House parking lot.
The sleek designs of the Flats at Mixson can now be purchased - conveniently - at Mixson.
The Post and Courier is pleased to offer readers the enhanced ability to comment on stories.
This model of the USS Galena is being sold to benefit the Adopt-A-Cannon initiative sponsored by the Fort Sumter Trust.
Ethiopian Taste's four-meat plater includes lamb, broiled beef, a chicken leg, cabbage, green beans, and a hard-boiled egg One of the best cups of coffee I've had in recent memory was at a half-empty strip mall on Dorchester Road in North Charleston.
North Charleston has spent $37,000 on extensive landscaping and other improvements by city work crews at a house owned by Elliott Summey, the mayor's son and vice chairman of Charleston County Council.
The start of the school year came and went Monday with the usual hiccups, including complaints from Charleston County parents about their children being kept waiting on buses in the heat.
Getting antsy about the release of Shovels & Rope's new LP Swimmin' Time ? Have yourself some satisfaction a few days before you buy your own copy by hearing the record in its entirety now on NPR's First Listen To get your own physical copy, Charlestonians are invited to Monster Music and Movies in West Ashley at 6 p.m. on Aug. 25 for a Swimmin' ... (more)
Charleston County voters can expect some new faces on the school board this fall with several members not seeking re-election.
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Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:43 am
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