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How do you want your greenspace money spent?

The Charleston County Greenbelt Advisory Board has published a survey asking taxpayers how they want $210 Million in greenspace money spent. The funding is part of the $2.1 Billion transportation

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Revitalization Commission defers vote on draft West Ashley Master Plan

The West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) unanimously voted to defer a vote of the second draft of the West Ashley Master Plan at its October meeting at West Ashley High

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Four candidates battle for two City Council seats involving James Island

Four candidates participated in a forum Monday at Camp Road Middle School (formerly James Island Middle School) leading up to the November 7 elections for Charleston City Council Districts 6

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West Ashley Revitalization Commission to consider endorsing Master Plan

The 19 members of the West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) will be asked to consider endorsing the second draft of the West Ashley Master Plan at a meeting Tuesday at

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Bicycle bridge contingent on $12 Million federal grant

Charleston City Council voted to commit $1.5 Million toward a stand-alone bicycle and pedestrian bridge which would connect West Ashley and downtown. Charleston County earlier committed $3 Million to the

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Trump poised to do end run around Obamacare

After getting rebuffed by Senate Republicans in an attempt to legislatively repeal Obamacare, President Donald Trump is poised to sign an executive order which will enable millions of Americans to

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Residency status remains an issue for Councilman Dean Riegel

Lowcountry Source has obtained an e-mail from the person who bought Charleston City Councilman Dean Riegel’s home in the Bull Creek subdivision in West Ashley more than a year ago

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Trump tax plan focuses on manufacturing, middle class

President Donald Trump rolled out his tax plan Sept. 29 at a conference sponsored by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). Restoring American manufacturing was a top priority for Trump

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Conservative group to provide communications training in Charleston

The Carolina Republican Coalition is hosting a workshop Saturday at 10 am at Pauline Book Store, 243 King St. (across from Charleston Place), conducted by Washington-based conservative group The Leadership

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All City of Charleston precincts will be open Nov. 7

At City of Charleston civic engagement workshop Saturday, Mayor John Tecklenburg announced that all precincts within the city limits will be open on Nov. 7. While only 6 of 12

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