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When Harold's Cabin, the beloved west side emporium now being restored as a restaurant, was in full swing, customers could always find peach leather there. "Peach leather is made from ripe peaches crushed into a pulp, boiled with sugar and dried in a thin layer in the hot sun for up to three days," explained a New York Times writer in a 1982 story about traditional snacks still for sale in Charleston.
4 hrs ago | Post and Courier
The high costs of building the 787 Dreamliner will begin descending in 2016 when Boeing Co. ramps up production even further on its newest passenger jet, a top executive for the planemaker said Tuesday.
8 hrs ago | Post and Courier
A serial stabber convicted of cutting at least 10 women in North Charleston in the 1970s - then charged with killing three others in New York after he got of prison - will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Lucius Crawford, 61, was sentenced Tuesday to 25 years to life for fatally stabbing Tonya Simmons, 41, in his Mount Vernon apartment in December 2012.
Meanwhile, Sanford continued his regular schedule Monday, just days after announcing he'd broken off his engagement to fiancee Maria Belen Chapur in a Facebook posting in which he also promised a vigorous defense in lingering divorce issues. During a lunchtime appearance with an insurance group in North Charleston, Sanford stuck to the issues dominating Washington, hitting on fiscal spending and the White House's need to consult Congress on military action against Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria.
Thousands of law enforcement officials from across the state are in Charleston this morning to pay their respects to Charleston Deputy Joseph Matuskovic, who was shot and killed last week answering a call in West Ashley. [P&C] Two little words in the indictments issued last week against Speaker Bobby Harrell, "untaxed income," could mean that additional tax-related charges are on their way for the representative from Charleston.
Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region.
In the past seven years, the City of Charleston and the non-profit Charleston Parks Conservancy have developed a remarkable public-private partnership. That partnership has resulted in the substantial improvement and beautification of more than 20 parks and green spaces around our city.
In a reassuring move for the company's U.S. aircraft manufac- turing sites, including North Charleston, an executive said the aerospace giant won't be setting up a final assembly line in China, an emerging air-travel giant. Ian Thomas, president of Boeing China, told Flightglobal in Beijing last week that the planemaker studied the idea but made a strategic decision not to proceed.
Lt. Dan is coming to Charleston and he's putting on a show. The Independence Fund, a 501 100 percent volunteer nonprofit organization, will be hosting their 5th annual Lt.
Transit riders from the East Cooper area are invited to join the Hungryneck Straphangers and members of American for Transit in providing public input in on the statewide plan for public transportation for the next 25 years on Sept.
Charles Middleton stirs from slumber, seemingly troubled by the thoughts racing through his mind. A gentle touch from his wife sets him back at ease.
A man is dead after he was shot multiple times in the parking lot of a Charleston County nightclub Saturday night. Charleston County Sheriff's deputies responded to reports of a shooting at the Big Rock Club at 2282 Kimbell Road near North Charleston at about 10:35 p.m., Maj.
A: The key reason is they cost less to operate per container. "This is all about cost reduction," said State Ports Authority CEO Jim Newsome.
Nearly one in three children in some areas of Charleston County are attending schools outside their neighborhoods, raising questions for district officials who want to find out why so many parents are looking for alternatives. In a memo sent to the school board last month, the Charleston County School District said enrollment and census data revealed a "disconcerting" countywide trend.
The Benevolent, Patriotic Order of DOES is donating $2,600 to help build the Charleston Fisher House, according to Trill Norris with the local chapter. Plans for a Fisher House in Charleston were announced last month.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 07:20 pm
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