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Where were South Carolina’s utility regulators?

South Carolina’s legislative leaders have howled with righteous indignation over the failed nuclear reactor project involving the South Carolina Electric and Gas Company (SCE&G) and the state-owned utility Santee-Cooper. What

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Use Houston floods to pilot Rebuild America’s Infrastructure plan

Hurricane Harvey has devastated the Gulf Coast of Texas as well as Houston, America’s fourth largest city, and other inland areas of South Texas. The lingering storm caused massive flooding

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Fewer students want to enter teaching profession

Enrollment in the College of Charleston Teacher Education Program has dropped by 12% from 2014 to 2017. In same time period 14% fewer students graduated from a South Carolina teacher

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Charleston has no drainage maintenance schedule

The $300,000 Church Creek Drainage Basin Study, launched in August, has revealed that the City of Charleston has no preventive maintenance schedule for the drainage system. Community meetings organized by

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Sanford expresses optimism for tax and regulatory relief

Rep. Mark Sanford hosted a group representing the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) Thursday at his district office in Mt. Pleasant. He told the group, “Small business is the

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New West Ashley parks under development

Three West Ashley parks are slated for development as part of a five-year, $45 Million expansion plan by the Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission (CCPRC). The CCPRC is investing

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Public not informed about drainage study community meetings

Weston & Newton, a design, engineering and environmental services firm, was contracted by the City of Charleston to do a study for the Church Creek Drainage Basin, a 5000-acre area

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Keep the Charlottesville Mayhem Out of Charleston

On Saturday, August 12, there was a planned protest at Emancipation Park in Charlottesville, Va. over the planned removal of a statue dedicated to Confederate General Robert E. Lee. A

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City Council filing ends Monday at noon

While the Charleston City Hall will be closed Monday for Solar Eclipse Day, the last day of filing for City Council seats will go on at the legal services office

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Deaf student escorted out of Wando by police

Elizabeth Adamson gave the 8th grade commencement speech at Cario Middle School this past June. She was featured in a Post and Courier article. She was looking forward to taking

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