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Tecklenburg pushes global warming agenda

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg recently signed a letter opposing President Donald Trump’s executive action removing the United States from the terms of the 2015 Paris Climate Accord, citing sea level

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WAHS to retain bell schedule

A consideration to push back West Ashley High School’s bell schedule was tabled by the Constituent District 10 school board. The schedule will remain from 7:15 am to 2:15 pm.

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CCSD Chief Financial Officer on un-explained leave

Charleston County School District (CCSD) Chief Financial Officer Glenn Stiegman was seen being escorted out of the CCSD office building on Bridge View Rd. in North Charleston several weeks ago.

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District 10 Board to discuss WAHS bell schedule on Thursday

The St. Andrews Constituent School District 10 Board of Trustees (D10) will meet Thursday, June 8 at 6:00 p.m. at the St. Andrews campus media center. The board has several

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Postlewait announces 6-week listening tour

Charleston County School District Superintendent Gerrita Postlewait released an end of school year YouTube video in which she promised to listen to school district stakeholders in June and July before

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Johns Island residents concerned about panhandling at shopping center

A standing room only crowd gathered at the Berkeley Electric Cooperative building on Maybank Highway for the monthly Johns Island Council meeting. The Council, which meets the first Thursday of

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Christmas in July bowling tournament set for Ashley Lanes

Without Walls Ministry is holding its Christmas in July fundraiser Sunday, July 9 at 2 pm at Ashley Lanes, 1558 Sam Rittenberg Blvd.  The bowling outing will feature Christmas music

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Citizens push back against high density development

There is a grassroots movement in West Ashley and other parts of the Charleston area opposing the trend of building high-density developments along already congested roads. When Shadowmoss Plantation resident

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Hurricane season starts June 1 – time to prepare

Atlantic hurricane season officially begins June 1. While the peak months for hurricanes are August and September, June is a great time to develop your plans for a storm which

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Discipline problems skyrocket with new CCSD discipline policy

In August 2016, the Charleston County School District (CCSD) introduced the Progressive Disciple Plan for middle and high schools. This plan contains 3 levels of disciplinary violations with varying consequences.

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