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Ferry boats could get bicyclists downtown

For many years, Charleston-area bicyclists have been clamoring for a way to safety get their bicycles from West Ashley to downtown Charleston and back. A plan to block off a

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Tecklenburg dedicates West Ashley Pig

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg cut the ribbon at the grand opening for the West Ashley Piggly Wiggly Wednesday. The grocery store replaced the former Bi-Lo store at Quadrangle Shopping Center,

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WAHS Valedictorian Clemson bound

Although her parents both graduated from the University of South Carolina, West Ashley High School (WAHS) Valedictorian Mary “Emmy” Stokes will enroll at Clemson University as an engineering student. Stokes

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Mt Pleasant Home Costs Impact Traffic

Mt. Pleasant has experienced an unexpected rise in traffic complications while the I-526 Wando bridge westbound lanes were closed for three weeks. This increased driving time to and from work

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Input sought on greenway, bikeway upgrades tonight

The Charleston Parks Conservancy, a non-profit group, is conducting a series of public meetings concerning upgrades to the West Ashley greenway and bikeway trails. The Alta planning group is taking

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Sanford, Arrington stage “heated” debate

First Congressional District incumbent Mark Sanford faced GOP challenger Katie Arrington in a heated debate onboard USS Yorktown Friday. Not only were there lots of heated statements directed at each

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Our Statehouse needs new leadership

Lowcountry Source believes that none of the changes needed in our state government are possible without a change in leadership. We won’t get legislative term limits, meaningful ethics reform, tax

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Warren could be South Carolina’s Trump

While Governor Henry McMaster received an endorsement from President Donald Trump (back in 2017 before the campaign was on anyone’s mind), challenger John Warren has a lot more in common

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Musicians want to convert The Pig into a performance center

A group of West Ashley musicians showed up with their instruments at the demolition ceremony for the former Sumar Street Piggly Wiggly property Tuesday. They are making a pitch to

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Piggly Wiggly demolition set for Tuesday

Charleston City Councilman Peter Shahid got constituents up to date on events happening in his Old Charles Towne district Saturday at his monthly Coffee and Conversation with Peter meeting at

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