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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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Planned event center to drive Citadel Mall foot traffic

Richard Davis, managing partner of Charleston-based Trademark Properties, which acquired the interior spaces at Citadel Mall in February, intends to build an event center to accommodate sports tournaments and dance

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I-526 Fiasco

Lowcountry Source addressed the problems with getting I-526 completed on Mornings with Kelly Golden on 94.3 FM Wednesday in the #WhatsUpWednesday segment. Construction on the highway began in the late

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West Ashley Master Plan draft review in focus

The West Ashley Master Plan, which was set into motion by a Sept. 26, 2016 Charleston City Council ordinance, will soon have a draft plan under review by the 19-member

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CCSD needs better accounting for classroom equipment

As the 2017 – 2018 school year approaches, teachers are readying their classrooms for the August 17 opening day. This is an exciting time for teachers and students with the

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Despite challengers, McMaster favored in 2018 governor’s race

By Andy Brack, Statehouse Report | After mentioning the lieutenant governor was probably going to jump into the 2018 race for governor, the guy – a well-educated professional with at

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Runyon applies to keep job at West Ashley High

Principal Lee Runyon at West Ashley High School (WAHS) received a pending contract last spring. Despite parent and teacher pushback for Runyon to stay, he has since been hired as

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Civil rights groups stand up for maligned school board member

South Carolina National Action Network coordinator Elder James Johnson and other Charleston-area civil rights leaders came to the defense of Charleston County School Board member Kevin Hollinshead Thursday over what

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Give school supplies to teachers, schools

As the new school year approaches, parents are rushing to buy the needed school supplies required by each school.  They want to save money on back-to-school purchases like clothing, school supplies,

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South Carolina electric rate-payers charged for failed nuclear plant

South Carolina Electric and Gas Company (SCE&G) and the state-owned Santee-Cooper Electric Cooperative began a project to construct two additional nuclear reactors at the V.C. Summer plant north of Columbia

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