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  1. Hicks column: Cities and counties should own local roads, but it's complicated ... and priceyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 9 | Post and Courier

    Want to change the speed limit, add a bike lane or put up a road sign? Somebody in Columbia has to sign off. City officials have groused about this insanity for years, usually when awaiting routine - and routinely overdue - maintenance on Meeting, King or any of the other numerous Charleston streets that fall under the DOT's authority.

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  2. A first look at the plans for the new waterfront park heading to West AshleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 31 | Post and Courier

    The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission is developing a new park on 85 coastal acres of between Rantowles Creek and the Limehouse Bridge on the Stono River. Brad Nettles/Staff/File The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission is developing a new park on 85 coastal acres of between Rantowles Creek and the Limehouse Bridge on the Stono River.

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  3. James Island residents say governments are causing floods by neglecting drainage systemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2018 | Post and Courier

    S.C. Department of Transportation employees check a drainage pipe under the Glenn McConnell Parkway. James Island residents say their drainage systems have been neglected.

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  4. New affordable housing to rise on Meeting Street in center of Charleston's East SideRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | Post and Courier

    The Charleston Housing Authority is breaking ground on the new Grace Homes affordable housing complex on Meeting Street this fall. T.Y. Lin International/Provided The Charleston Housing Authority is breaking ground on the new Grace Homes affordable housing complex on Meeting Street this fall.

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  5. Charleston County Council holds off on I-526 lawsuit to let Gov. McMaster interveneRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 20, 2018 | Post and Courier

    Charleston County Council isn't suing the State Transportation Infrastructure Bank Board for pulling out of the Interstate 526 project - at least not yet. Council voted after a closed-door session Thursday night to heed Gov. Henry McMaster's advice to hold off taking the issue to court so he can mediate a meeting with the involved parties to get the interstate extension back on track.

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  6. Lots of tools to build affordable housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2018 | Post and Courier

    The courtyard at Williams Terrace, an affordable housing complex next to Gadsdenboro Park between Washington and Concord streets. Tuesday, September 19, 2017.

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  7. Berkeley survives; heads to Hartsville on FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2018 | Post and Courier

    Gilbert head coach Ashley Burnett. The Gilbert Indians won 3-2 over host Bishop England High School Wednesday, May 9, 2018 to force game 3 for the Class AAA Lower State baseball championship.

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  8. Zoning change in Charleston would keep housing out of industrial areasRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2018 | Post and Courier

    A proposed rule change in Charleston would keep housing out of industrial zones. Many properties with industrial zoning are on the Upper Peninsula.

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  9. Life support for bag bansRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2018 | Post and Courier

    Fortunately for the environment, some of our S.C. senators are willing to play hardball when it comes to defeating a misguided effort to keep municipalities from enacting bans on single-use plastic bags and other troublesome forms of "disposable" packaging. Instead of a Senate vote, parliamentary maneuvering could derail the controversial bill, which would restrict local governments like Mount Pleasant from enacting such bans.

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  10. Charleston County upgraded one of West Ashley's busiest intersections. Has it made a difference?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2018 | Post and Courier

    A cyclist waits to cross Sam Rittenberg Boulevard on Monday at the upgraded intersection with S.C. Highway 61. Abigail Darlington/Staff A cyclist waits to cross Sam Rittenberg Boulevard on Monday at the upgraded intersection with S.C. Highway 61. Abigail Darlington/Staff Charleston County is putting finishing touches on its improvement project at Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and S.C. Highway 61 - a major West Ashley intersection known for years as a bottleneck for drivers and a safety hazard for pedestrians. Around lunchtime Monday, people on foot, on bikes and in cars seemed to move smoothly in all directions thanks to new turning lanes and signalized crosswalks.

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  11. No excuse for solar bill failureRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2018 | Post and Courier

    The state House voted, 61-44, in favor of a bill that would have made it easier and more cost-effective for more South Carolina residents to benefit from rooftop solar power. But House Speaker Jay Lucas, R-Darlington, invoked a technicality that required a two-thirds majority for the bill to pass.

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  12. In settlement with newspaper, Charleston agrees to release all data police collect on citizensRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2018 | Post and Courier

    The city of Charleston has agreed to share information that police collect during interactions with citizens, settling a lawsuit The Post and Courier filed three years ago after the city declined to give the newspaper full access to its extensive database without charge. The Charleston Police Department, like many law enforcement agencies across the United States, keeps track of people who cross paths with officers through field contact cards, which can include personal information such as their marital status or job history.

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  13. New 'People Pedal Plan' is a road map to make downtown Charleston streets saferRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2018 | Post and Courier

    As an urban peninsula that's only about 8 square miles, downtown Charleston is a natural fit for people moving around on bikes and on foot. But while many of its roads are safe for all modes of travel, they're often separated by higher-speed streets that lack bike lanes or crosswalks, making it difficult for people to traverse the peninsula without putting themselves at risk.

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  14. Charleston County's new plan to finish I-526 remains secret but includes half-cent sales tax moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2018 | Post and Courier

    After several failed attempts over the past two years Charleston County is again trying to resuscitate a decade-old agreement to complete Interstate 526. This time, it involves a new funding plan the county is not sharing publicly, even though it contains millions in tax dollars.

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  15. Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg announcing his pick for police chief todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2018 | Post and Courier

    Mayor John Tecklenburg is announcing who he picked for the job at a media event at 12:30 p.m. at City Hall, 80 Broad St. City Council interviewed five finalists last month after a six-month nationwide search for former Chief Greg Mullen's replacement. Abigail Darlington is a local government reporter focusing primarily on the City of Charleston.

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  16. Charleston City Council could chart new course for West Ashley's future this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2018 | Post and Courier

    Charleston City Council is poised to approve the West Ashley Master Plan on Tuesday, a key decision that will formalize the vision for West Ashley's future and the specific steps the city must take to realize it. The plan lays out 166 tasks for the city and other jurisdictions to accomplish long-term and in the near future.

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  17. Identities of 5 people killed in South Carolina wreck releasedRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2018 | Post and Courier

    The victims have been identified as 52-year-old Leonard Rouse of Darlington, 14-year-old Nakisha Rouse of Darlington, 28-year-old Chikari Douglas-Rouse of Hartsville, her unborn child and a baby boy identified only as Douglas-Graham, also from Hartsville. The coroner's office said one woman was in labor and was headed to a hospital when the wreck happened.

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  18. Tired of waiting for trains that block traffic at S.C. intersections? You're not aloneRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2018 | Post and Courier

    Trains that regularly block traffic at the busiest times of the day have some South Carolina legislators steaming, but others worry proposals to impose hefty fines would hurt business. For House Minority Leader Todd Rutherford, decades of frustration came to a boil last November as he sat in an hours-long traffic snafu in downtown Columbia caused by CSX and Norfolk Southern trains blocking several major streets during the morning commute.

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  19. Opioid battle gains tractionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2018 | Post and Courier

    South Carolina's comprehensive strategy for tackling the opioid crisis has come into sharper focus this month with a flurry of public and private initiatives. A broad approach is needed to deal with a deadly problem that affects nearly every demographic in the state.

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  20. Charleston City Council votes to annex West Ashley properties to keep them from North CharlestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2018 | Post and Courier

    Charleston City Council unanimously approved two annexations of outer West Ashley properties on Tuesday in an attempt to keep two parcels in the historic plantation district from joining North Charleston and being developed in the future. Charleston's plan will now be sent to the Planning Commission for review at its Feb. 21 meeting before it can be finalized by council at a later meeting.

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