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Transportation committee unanimously endorses I-526 completion

The Charleston Area Transportation Study Policy Committee (CHATS) unanimously approved a resolution endorsing the completion of I-526 (Mark Clark Expressway) and to commit federal Guideshare funds as needed. The project

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Pension fix likely to increase property taxes

For the past decade, there has been a simmering problem with the solvency of the South Carolina pension fund, but few people are aware of it. During the 2016 cycle

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West Ashley student-athletes commit to colleges

Four West Ashley High School student-athletes signed letters of intent to resume their athletic careers recently at a ceremony in the school’s main gym. They were among about 20 student

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Loftis blasts legislative pension panel recommendations

South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis blasted the recommendations of the Joint Committee on Pension Systems Review. The Committee, consisting of 12 House and Senate members appointed by Speaker Jay Lucas

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West Ashley Master Plan process revealed

Before a standing room only crowd at Town & Country Inn on Savannah Hwy, planning consultant Victor Dover from the firm Dover Kohl explained the planning process the firm uses

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I-526 funding taking shape

Charleston County Council will meet tonight at 6:30 pm at 4045 Bridge View Dr. in North Charleston for a second reading of an ordinance to provide $150 Million to fund

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WARC subcommittee process underway

The West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) began its subcommittee process Monday with the initial meeting of the communications subcommittee at Bees Landing Recreation Center. WARC Chairman Peter Shahid had subcommittee

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Two WA Revitalization Commission meetings next week

Two meetings have been set next week for the West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC). The Communications subcommittee meeting, originally set for downtown on February 2, has been moved to Mon.,

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Black education spotlighted at North Charleston forum

Non-profit SouthCarolinaCAN sponsored a panel discussion on the state of black education in Charleston and America Thursday at the Royal Missionary Baptist Church in North Charleston. The forum featured former

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Consumer choice needed for electrical power

Century Aluminum in Goose Creek recently filed a federal anti-trust lawsuit against Santee Cooper Electric Cooperative for not being able to purchase 100% of its energy on the open market.

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