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As director of a department of exactly one - himself - Eric Davis will set the course for the county's parks, and that's part of what attracted him to the job.
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You spoke, we listened. Randolph Hall and the Cistern Yard make up the College's new logo.
Recent college graduates often leave their institutions with a diploma, a massive amount of debt, and hopefully a job from nine to five.
Brandon Fish, a well-known activist in Charleston circles, will be traveling to Ferguson, Mo., tomorrow to join and document the protest movement that has been taking place there since the Aug. 9 police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
Remember the guy who caught Lee Westwood's flying golf ball at the U.S. Open and made ESPN's Top 10 Plays of the Day? He's now a Cougar.
On its face, the recent $69 million sale of a privately owned College of Charleston student housing project is a record price for a piece of commercial real estate on the peninsula.
The brick facade on the Kaminski House Museum will soon be removed, starting with a ceremony Thursday, to cut down on moisture problems along and inside the historic home.
The $69 million price tag for a privately-built building used as a College of Charleston residence hall is the largest real estate transaction downtown to date.
Patriots Point Development Authority selected Charleston's Bennett Hofford Co. on Friday to develop up to 50 acres of land at the state-owned property in Mount Pleasant.
College of Charleston students who live in the year-old Campus Center apartments probably won't notice as they move in for the fall term, but the tucked-away property just changed ownership in a blockbuster real estate deal.
When College of Charleston students return Tuesday, some of them will take classes about a mile from the downtown campus in newly leased space at Harbor Walk, on the Cooper River.
A study to determine whether a pedestrian crossing bridge is feasible over Charleston's Septima P. Clark Parkway where two College of Charleston students have been killed by cars will begin in two weeks.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 12:08 pm
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