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5 hrs ago | Post and Courier
A man wanted in connection with a 2012 killing on Wadmalaw Island turned himself in Friday to the Charleston County Sheriff's Office.
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8 hrs ago | Post and Courier
Vince Roshied Bowens, 28, of Harper Street in North Charleston, is charged with armed robbery, kidnapping and unlawful carrying of a firearm.
12 hrs ago | The Summerville Journal-Scene
Clemson University will be hosting a workshop, Nuisance Wildlife Management in Agricultural Crops, on April 10 at the Dorchester County Career and Technology Center in Dorchester.
The March session will be a day training session, meeting on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. This session will begin March 17 and end April 7. The day class will meet at GAL's Charleston County Office.
People on James Island complain about the congestion, especially on Folly Road. City officials know it's a problem and they're working on a solution; part of it involves public transportation.
The Lowcountry Open Land Trust has raised $3.3 million to purchase and preserve the last piece of land near the historic Angel Oak tree that was set to be developed.
A report by The State newspaper today says that attorneys for House Speaker Bobby Harrell are working behind the scenes to get state Attorney General Alan Wilson booted from a state grand jury looking at potential campaign finance law infractions by Harrell.
The tents are going up, and the performers are arriving in town for this weekend's second annual Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival at Wragg Square in downtown Charleston.
Edward Singleton, 57, of Poplar Street, was arrested Tuesday after police searched his residence, police spokesman Charles Francis said.
For 16 years, Susan Shaw's family and friends insisted she did not take her own life when she was found slumped and unconscious inside an exhaust-filled garage at her James Island home.
A 65-year-old Johns Island man was arrested at his home this morning and jailed on child molestation charges, according to the Charleston County Sheriff's Office.
The county's Zoning and Planning Department unanimously recommended the zoning change to Charleston County Council Tuesday.
Laquan Bryan, 18, of Waldheim Street, is charged with attempted murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime.
Diane Knich's March 6 article was accurate, but readers should have more information.
Charleston County is considering purchasing 70 acres of land adjacent to the Bees Ferry Landfill, some of which would be used to create a wooded buffer between the landfill and a housing development that could be in the works soon.
Authorities were notified about the shooting at 9:20 a.m., according to officials with Charleston County's Consolidated Dispatch Center.