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Democrats “resist” future economic boom

The House and Senate have resolved the differences in their tax relief bills and are likely to pass the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (HR-1) before Christmas. No Democrats have

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Harrell contemplates return to Statehouse

Former South Carolina Speaker of the House Bobby Harrell (R-West Ashley) is contemplating a run for the seat he held from 1992 to 2014. House District 114 runs from Charles

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New school option for top students and elite athletes

Public school students in the tri-county area now have the opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with no cost to them or their families – and

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West Ashley Master Plan draft endorsed by Revitalization Commission

The West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) unanimously endorsed the draft West Ashley Master Plan Wednesday at the former JC Penney space at Citadel Mall. The space is being retrofitted to

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City Council poised to produce stormwater management plan

Charleston City Council voted Monday to adopt a plan proposed by the Ways and Means Committee to boost the annual stormwater fee on a 2200 square-foot building from $72 to

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Kobrovsky sponsors Constitution essay contest

Charleston attorney Larry Kobrovsky is sponsoring prizes for the Moultrie News essay contest on the U.S. Constitution. The subject in this year’s contest is the 16th Amendment, which reads, “The

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November jobs report reflects strengthening economy

The Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed Friday that 228,000 jobs were added in November, with about 25% coming in the categories of manufacturing and construction.  Another 46,000 jobs were added

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Volunteers, gifts needed for Christmas celebration at The Citadel

Ever since 2011, Without Walls Ministries and dozens of churches and business partners have organized a Christmas Day celebration at Johnson Hagood Stadium. The event is based on the philosophy

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Charleston City Council to vote on budget with no money for drainage improvements

Charleston City Council meets Monday to vote on the $210 Million 2018 budget. The budget ordinance represents a 5.3% increase from 2017 and includes no money for drainage improvement. The

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Haley to UN Security Council – don’t bully Israel

In the midst of violent protests along the Israeli borders in what has been termed a “Day of Rage” following President Donald Trump’s announcement that America was moving its embassy

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