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Gilliard brings in law enforcement officers to discuss school safety

State Representative Wendell Gilliard organized a School Safety Forum Friday at North Charleston City Hall, inviting area law enforcement departments and school security vendors to participate.  Mt. Pleasant Police Chief

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Kudlow gives Trump an economic advisor who understands conservative policy

President Donald Trump announced this week that economist Larry Kudlow will replace former Wall Street executive Gary Cohn as his chief economic advisor.  The position does not require Senate confirmation.

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Revitalization Commission looks for simple implementation steps

The West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) held its March meeting Wednesday at The Schoolhouse office complex and discussed ways to implement “simple steps” listed in the West Ashley Master Plan

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West Ashley Middle attracts record number of magnet students

West Ashley – Advanced Studies Magnet, a middle school located in the former Middleton High School building on William Kennerty Drive, has a record enrollment in its magnet program for

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How much will West Ashley revitalization plan cost?

Right before Charleston City Council unanimously voted to adopt the West Ashley Master Plan, Councilman William Dudley Gregorie asked, “How much will this plan cost?” Mayor John Tecklenburg laughed and

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Charleston County comprehensive plan focuses on more apartments

Charleston County government is holding a series of seven workshops during the next three weeks to inform the public about proposed changes to the county’s Comprehensive Plan.  The planning document

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I Love West Ashley photo contest has Mar. 17 deadline

The City of Charleston’s I Love West Ashley photo contest has a Saturday, March 17 deadline for residents five and older.  There is a $25 entry fee at AccuPhotolab &

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Senn delivers $3.4 Million in additional road funding to Charleston County

When the General Assembly was working on a plan to increase fuels taxes in 2017, first-term Senator Sandy Senn negotiated a deal to increase local road funding to “donor counties”

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Berkeley County finds a way to save money on recycling

Berkeley County government has entered into a contract with recycling and energy company RePower South to operate at the county landfill.  The company will “mine” recyclables directly out of the

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Electing Mark Burns to Congress would elevate Trump agenda

Pastor Mark Burns announced in February that he would seek the Republican nomination for South Carolina’s 4th Congressional District.  Representative Trey Gowdy, who received 67% of the vote in his

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