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NBC’s fake news report angers Charleston

NBC News falsely depicted rioting in Charleston in the aftermath of the mistrial involving former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager, who was charged with murder in the shooting death

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SC Senate takes away bill blocking tactic

The South Carolina General Assembly met for an organizational meeting yesterday, The headline story was that 85-year-old Florence Republican Hugh Leatherman was re-elected as Senate President. Perhaps a larger story

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West Ashley intersection improvements underway

Outgoing Charleston County Councilwoman Colleen Condon says the first project she pursued upon taking office in 2005 was upgrading the intersection of Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Ashley River Road, which

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Celebrate Christmas at Johnson Hagood Stadium

Without Walls Ministry pastor Gordon Cashwell was inspired by the bible verse Matthew 25:35 to give Charleston area residents the opportunity to serve others on Christmas Day. The Citadel made

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Bicycles are not for transportation

There is a growing agenda to spend taxpayer money on bicycle lanes on our highways and bridges. Bicycling is being promoted as “active transportation” and an alternative to using motor

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West Ashley Revitalization Commission process underway

The West Ashley Revitalization Commission has started making decisions. In its Tuesday meeting at the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston, the 19-member commission chose two subcommittee chairs – Citadel professor

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Revitalization Commission meets Tuesday

The West Ashley Revitalization Commission meets Tuesday, November 29 at 2 pm at the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston, 901 Orange Grove Road (former WTMA office site in Parkshore). The

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CCPR’s Passes half-off for Cyber Monday

On “Cyber Monday,” Nov. 28, the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) will offer one-day only deals on the park systems’ climbing wall, fishing and Move IT passes. When

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The true story of Thanksgiving

Most people learn in school that the Pilgrims came to the New World to pursue religious liberty, which they were denied in England. Few of us are taught the purpose

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West Ashley history teacher wins DAR award

The local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) named West Ashley High School teacher Samuel Meade the Outstanding Teacher of American History for the area. Chapter member

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