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Stories by John Steinberger

School Board Members get sued for voting for a pay raise

The Charleston County School Board has had its pay frozen at $25 per meeting since the 1967 Act of Consolidation was passed by the General Assembly. Now they have to

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Do you trust the SCDOT to maintain our local roads?

It is well documented now that 911 calls went in concerning a loose tarp over the Don Holt Bridge in North Charleston days before the tarp fell, caused a chain of

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County Council needs to show infrastructure bank the money for I-526

The State Transportation Infrastructure Bank (STIB) met Thursday in Columbia to address the I-526 completion project. The STIB board went into executive session for hours and came out with the

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Downtown bike rental market popular with tourists, MUSC

The Gotcha Bikes company launched its Holy Spokes bicycle rental business on May 30. The company enables people to use a cell phone app to rent its 250 bicycles set

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West Ashley Circle Harris Teeter gets preliminary approval

The City of Charleston’s Design Review Board (DRB) granted preliminary approval to the retail project between West Ashley Circle and Grand Oaks Blvd. anchored by grocery chain Harris Teeter. The

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Critical meeting for I-526 set for July 20

The State Transportation Infrastructure Bank (STIB) meets Thurs., July 20 to discuss the future of the I-526 completion project. The project, estimated to cost $720 Million, would connect West Ashley

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West Ashley Commission disputes transportation issues

Members of the West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC), including Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, had a vigorous debate on what role the Commission should take on transportation planning. Commissioner Morris Ellison

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New West Ashley library getting off the ground

It has been nearly three years since Charleston County voters overwhelmingly approved a $108.5 Million bond referendum to build five new libraries and renovate 13 others. A schematic design has

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Congressional Republicans wise to avoid Town Halls

South Carolina Democrats urged the eight Republicans in the state Congressional Delegation to hold Town Hall meetings during the Independence Day break. Based on past experience, they were wise to

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America was born from an ideal

On Independence Day, Americans need to understand the factors which made our Republic unique among all nations. On July 4, 1776, 56 representatives from the 13 colonies signed a document

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