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Another contract awarded to clean up West Ashley

City of Charleston has awarded another contract to clean up West Ashley. It has hired Pleasant Places Landscaping of Mount Pleasant to pick up litter each week along Glenn McConnell

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Transportation sales tax projects must be re-aligned

The decision by Charleston County Council to use transportation sales tax funds to complete the I-526 project will require council to re-align the projects covered by the 0.5% sales tax

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County recycling programs moving in different directions

The recycling programs in Charleston and Berkeley counties are moving in different directions. RePower South, a private sector firm, will soon operate the Berkeley County recycling program at the Oakley

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Lowcountry Rapid Transit is riddled with problems

The proposed Lowcountry Rapid Transit bus system from Summerville to downtown Charleston is riddled with problems. The 23 mile loop is designed to run down the medians of Highway 78

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Crosstowne Church wants to be part of flooding solution

Crosstowne Church on Bees Ferry Road has been the victim of flooding multiple times since 2015. Now the West Ashley church wants to be part of the solution. Pastor Paul

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West Ashley school board seat decided by proxy votes

The Charleston County Legislative Delegation voted by a narrow margin Monday to recommend Chris Fraser to fill the West Ashley school board seat vacated by Charleston County Register of Deeds

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Bees Ferry West Ashley Library under construction

Charleston County Public Library spokeswoman Natalie Hauff gave the James Island West Ashley James Island Business Association (WAJIBA) an update on the libraries funded by the $108.5 million referendum approved

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President Trump promoting healthcare reform

A day after the Justice Department asked a federal appeals court to declare Obamacare unconstitutional, President Trump said, “The GOP is going to be the party of healthcare.” A recent

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Orange Grove Charter School sets applications record

Orange Grove Charter School received a record number of applications during the school choice application process, which ended March 11. The K-8 school received a total of 1518 applications, including

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Teen film-maker Ke’Von Singleton already mentoring

Charleston-area teen and documentary film-maker Ke’Von Singleton credits his parents Michael and Santonia Singleton and his mentor Elder Cal Morrison for inspiring him to research the civil rights movement. The

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