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  1. How to find a oeworkforce housinga rentals in the Charleston areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 24 | Post and Courier

    It's no secret that rents in the Charleston area are high and rising, particularly in desirable areas such as the Charleston peninsula and Mount Pleasant. From college students who pay $900 monthly for a bedroom in a shared apartment to couples looking at $2,500 and up to rent a two-bedroom unit in a newer building, it's clear people across the income spectrum are stretching to pay the landlord.

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  2. Old Village Home, Garden and Art Tour to be May 1 in Mount PleasantRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | Post and Courier

    Among the eight properties in the Old Village Home, Garden & Art Tour on May 1 is 118 Pitt St., which was built in 1850 and extensively renovated in 2000 and 2013. The full basement of the home served as a dispensary during “Pitchfork Ben” Tillman's term as governor of South Carolina.

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  3. New Sullivana s Island farmers market creates community spirit, supporters sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | Post and Courier

    SULLIVAN'S ISLAND - Deann Roddy of Mount Pleasant was checking out the festivities at the new farmers market in front of the Edgar Allan Poe Library. “I buy a lot of my vegetables at the farmers markets.

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  4. Old shoes could help save a laba s lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | Post and Courier

    Jack, a rescued Lab with one of his front legs amputated, became a therapy dog at the Mount Pleasant library where young children would read to him. As a family, the only dog we really owned was Princess, a Springer Spaniel born during Hurricane Hugo on Johns Island.

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  5. New Flow Hive with a honey tap has Lowcountry beekeeping community abuzzRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | Post and Courier

    Years before the Australian father-and-son team of Stuart and Cedar Anderson launched a crowdfunding drive for Flow Hive, they had prototypes and testings. Like the current model, this 2013 prototype had an observation window, albeit smaller.

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  6. April 24 Outdoors CalendarRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | Post and Courier

    Aidan Campbell, 10, of Summerville made the best of an early release day from school with his father, Ben Campbell, visiting Jason's Lake on Botany Bay Wildlife Management Area and Heritage Preserve. He caught and released this nice black drum using fresh shrimp.

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  7. Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team brings a military spirita to Patriots PointRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 22 | Post and Courier

    Air Force Tech Sgt. Leonard Anderson played for the Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Team in Charleston last year.

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  8. Mount Pleasant police release photo of bank holdup suspectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 22 | Post and Courier

    A man walked into the CresCom Bank on Highway 17 North and demanded money, Inspector Chip Googe said. The man kept his hand in his pocket, alluding to a weapon, and left on foot with an undisclosed amount of money.

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  9. Defending the media, from him to herRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | Post and Courier

    Front from left, demonstrators Jess Jude, Loan Tran and Noah Rubin-Blose sit chained together in the middle of a Raleigh street last month during a protest against North Carolina's “bathroom bill.” “I'm only involved in messing up two pages most days - the editorial and commentary pages - and Page A2 on days when my column runs.” My response politely added that though the caller was entitled to her opinion, the story she cited was, in my opinion, quite newsworthy because, among other reasons: That killer, as esteemed colleague Glenn Smith reported in the article, is “serving a life sentence for the notorious 2003 strangling of a popular French teacher in the affluent South of Broad neighborhood.” And even if such a heinous crime occurred in a neighborhood with much lower property values, it would be huge news if the person convicted of it sought ... (more)

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  10. Will Muschamp believes South Carolina has a oegood enough playersa to win SEC EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 20 | Post and Courier

    He has a question at quarterback, concerns in the secondary, and a team that went 3-9 last year. But that hasn't dulled Will Muschamp's enthusiasm for what he believes is possible in his first season at South Carolina.

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  11. New grocer coming to peninsular CharlestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 20 | Post and Courier

    The nine-story 10 WestEdge building coming to the corner of Spring Street and Lockwood Boulevard will house a full-service grocery store on the ground floor below a parking deck. An announcement could be made by mid- to late-May on a supermarket planned on the ground floor of a proposed nine-story, mixed-use building called 10 WestEdge in the multi-acre WestEdge redevelopment project along Lockwood Boulevard, according to Michael Maher, CEO of HPF Inc., which is overseeing the WestEdge project.

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  12. Second suspect arrested in connection with Mount Pleasant shooting earlier this monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 20 | Post and Courier

    William Alston Jr., 24, whose address has not been released, is charged with attempted murder. He was arrested about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday during a traffic stop on Remount Road near Rivers Avenue in North Charleston.

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  13. Firefighters face venomous snakes at James Island home during blazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Post and Courier

    Firefighters risk their lives every day while battling blazes, but it's not often venomous snakes factor into the equation. While extinguishing a house fire Tuesday on Silver Leaf Circle on James Island, crews were told to be mindful of up to 80 reptiles in the garage, mostly snakes with about a dozen reported to be poisonous.

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  14. AME Churcha s land sale could bring controversial development to Snowden communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Post and Courier

    A historic freedmen's community that has resisted the onslaught of suburban growth faces a new development threat from a seemingly unlikely source, a church that's selling one of Snowden's largest undeveloped tracts. Olive Branch AME Church has listed the more than 20 acres of woods and fields for $6 million.

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  15. Roper St. Francis leases former Nason Medical Center buildingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Post and Courier

    The hospital system announced Tuesday it signed long-term leases for all five Nason Medical Center properties, located on James Island, in Mount Pleasant, North Charleston and Summerville. “It was obvious to us by the volume that those Centers generated that there was a community need to access primary care and to have that conveniently available,” Roper St. Francis CEO David Dunlap said.

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  16. Close urban a doughnut holesaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 19 | Post and Courier

    Cities have found that those little spots of land can make for big headaches. A bipartisan House bill provides a solution.

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  17. West Ashley man wanted in Mount Pleasant shooting arrestedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 18 | Post and Courier

    Darryl Nicholas Evans II, 24, last known to reside at 36 Ashley Hall Plantation Road, is charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon in the commission of a violent crime. He was arrested on King Street by the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force, according to Mount Pleasant police Inspector Chip Googe. 1 comment

  18. The Post and Courier a finalist in reporting, photography for Pulitzer PrizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 18 | Post and Courier

    The Post and Courier was recognized for its reporting in the breaking news category for the Walter Scott shooting, and for its photography in the features category as part of its coverage of the mass shootings at Emanuel AME Church. Staff/file The Post and Courier was named a finalist in two categories Monday for the Pulitzer Prize, journalism's highest honor.

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  19. New retail building proposed at Ashley Landing in West AshleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 18 | Post and Courier

    Faison Enterprises of Charlotte, the same company that proposed the Sunoco station in the former Piggly Wiggly supermarket store at Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Old Towne Road, wants to build a 10,200-square-foot retail structure on an outparcel at 1401 Sam Rittenberg, near Ashley Landing Shopping Center, which Faison owns. Plans do not show what type of retail is proposed for the structure, but the building could house multiple tenants, based on documents presented to the city of Charleston.

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  20. Commercial real estate sales in Charleston had banner year in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 17 | Post and Courier

    Charleston's rising star is shining a light on another economic milestone, with sales of investment real estate breaking through the $1 billion barrier for the first time last year. The figure comes from a new report by Colliers International that looked at acquisitions of commercial real estate in the local market in 2015.

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