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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

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Charleston Shared Future team explores possible student outcomes

The Charleston Shared Future Scenario Team made its first public presentation Monday in front of a crowd of about 350 people at Burke High School. The team, consisting of Charleston

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Panel set to discuss possible outcomes for CCSD

A 27-member panel will reveal a report Monday and Tuesday regarding four possible outcomes for Charleston County School District (CCSD) by 2035. The year marks the time when most children

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Garrett seniors express interest in apprenticeship program

About 20 seniors from Garrett Academy of Technology attended a briefing about the 327 Careers apprenticeship program Friday. The program is based on the nationally-recognized Homebuilders Institute pre-apprenticeship certification training

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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

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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

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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

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Charleston GOP endorses medical marijuana legislation

The Executive Committee of the Charleston County Republican Party got the ball rolling for the legalization of medical marijuana in South Carolina by voting Monday to endorse the South Carolina

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Children’s museum finds temporary home at Citadel Mall

The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry will make Citadel Mall its temporary home, beginning Tuesday at 9 am. The non-profit museum is expected to complete renovations for its downtown site

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The infrastructure bank can’t be used for flood mitigation

The Coastal Conservation League is a non-profit which has opposed the completion of the Mark Clark Expressway (I-526) ever since it was proposed in 2007.  In an amended contract with

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