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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.
Charleston County Council today is expected to discuss the dicey situation created by Chairman Teddie Pryor last week when he declared that the county had severed its 19-year relationship with the Charleston Regional Development Alliance.
South Carolina public school students continue to make small gains in scores on the ACT college entrance exam, but still fell short of the national average, according to figures released Wednesday.
A truck driver from Florida was arrested Wednesday on assault charges after deputies say he was involved in a road rage incident in Ravenel.
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 at Summerville High got off to a rocky start after a teacher said a student wrote that he brought a gun to school.
Kenneth Stephen Adcock , John Alan Jackson and Justin Cole Leboeuf were arrested Saturday by the Charleston County Sheriff's Office on charges related to a marijuana growing operation.
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.
The embattled Charleston region's chief industry-recruiting agency doesn't plan to fold up its tent, but it is looking at contingency plans if full funding doesn't come through from its three main government donors.
Charleston County Sheriff officials are asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing 69-year-old Hollywood woman.
A pair of SLED agents who fatally wounded a murder suspect outside a St. George hotel in June have been cleared of any criminal wrongdoing.
Laughter and excitement filled the air at Liberty Square on Sunday as parents and children gathered to mark the last hurrah before the start of another school year, which for most Lowcountry students begins on Monday.
Parents are raising concerns over a new framework released by the College Board for the Advanced Placement US History class that teachers will use this year.
Last year at this time, the Charleston County Aviation Authority was in the midst of upheaval after its longtime director abruptly resigned in July.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 01:32 am
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