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Charleston County tabulating intersection responses

Charleston City Councilman Peter Shahid said that Charleston County transportation officials are still tabulating the approximately 300 responses residents submitted on possible “suicide merge” intersection improvements. Shahid hosted his monthly

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Unity theme permeates Charleston GOP Black History Month banquet

The 350 guests at the second annual Charleston County Republican Party Black History Month banquet received a recurring message of racial unity and cohesion at The Citadel Alumni Center Friday. The event was headlined by Senator Tim Scott and included

Tickets still available for Black History Month banquet

Tickets are still available for the Charleston County Republican Party’s second annual Black History Month banquet Friday at The Citadel Alumni House. Senator Tim Scott will headline the event. Tickets may be ordered on-line. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary

Parker’s gets preliminary design approval for West Ashley store

The City of Charleston Design Review Board granted preliminary approval for Savannah-based retail chain Parker’s site plan for the former Exxon property at Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Orange Grove Road Monday. Parker’s plans to operate six gasoline pumps at the

Parker’s is so much more than a gas station

A Savannah-based Parker’s gas station is coming to the former Exxon property at the corner of Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Orange Grove Road in West Ashley. It will be the first Parker’s franchise in the Charleston area, but Parker’s is

Thursday is the last day to submit intersection preferences

Thursday, January 31 marks the last date when residents may submit their preferences for the best design for the intersection of Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Old Towne Road in West Ashley. While Charleston County transportation officials offered four designs, designated

MUSC West Campus design receives preliminary approval

The Charleston Design Review Board gave preliminary approval Tuesday to the MUSC West Campus out-patient clinic at Citadel Mall in the former JC Penny space. The 127,000 square foot two-story facility will offer about 20 medical services, including primary care,

Two years after Trump’s inauguration: a look back

Sunday marked the second anniversary of President Donald John Trump’s inauguration. Most people can probably remember where they were on that sunny Friday afternoon. President Trump unexpectedly vanquished 16 Republican primary opponents and won 31 states in the general election

Cory Lewandowski visits Conway Saturday to promote book

Cory Lewandowski, President Donald Trump’s original campaign manager in 2015 and early 2016, will be in Conway Saturday to discuss and sign his latest book “How the Deep State Is Undermining the Presidency.” Lewandowski will appear at the Empowered Conference

Bridgepointe demolition a key feature in flood mitigation plan

The former Bridgepointe townhouse community in the Shadowmoss subdivision will be demolished within 90 days. The land, now owned by City of Charleston as the result of a 2017 FEMA buyout, will soon be converted into a water storage area.

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