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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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Council unanimously passes James Island apartment moratorium

Charleston City Council unanimously passed an ordinance Tuesday to continue the temporary apartment moratorium on James Island extending into November. The measure was previously rejected by the Charleston Planning Commission.

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Shadowmoss HOA whole again after long struggle

The turmoil within the Shadowmoss Plantation Homeowners Association (HOA) appears to be over as three new board members were elected last night and a new Treasurer installed. In early 2016,

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James Island apartment moratorium on the line Tuesday

A May ordinance passed by Charleston City Council calling for a temporary moratorium of housing development exceeding 4 units per acre or commercial development exceeding 1500 square feet was subsequently

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Davis ponders bid for Governor

State Sen. Tom Davis (R-Beaufort) told an audience at the Lowcountrty Conservative Breakfast that he is considering a run for Governor in 2018. His platform is based on reforming our

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House, Senate committees take aim at SCE&G

House Speaker Jay Lucas and Senate President Hugh Leatherman have both appointed bi-partisan committees to investigate the cost over-runs and rate increases associated with the failed nuclear reactor project in

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West Ashley Master Plan may be approved by December

The City of Charleston’s West Ashley planner Mandi Herring presented a time-table for acting on the West Ashley Master Plan at the August meeting of the West Ashley Revitalization Commission

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