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Building moratorium filled with loopholes

Charleston City Council meets at 5 pm today to discuss a temporary moratorium on construction along the 5000 acre Church Creek drainage basin in West Ashley. The moratorium contains a

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28 refugees resettled in Charleston area

Brian Evanger from the Charleston office of Lutheran Services Carolinas announced that five refugee families consisting of 28 people have been resettled in the Charleston area since January. According to

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WAHS puts engineering on display.

West Ashley High School (WAHS) recently displayed projects by its engineering students. It is part of the school’s wide-ranging Career and Technical Education (CTE) program. WAHS places great emphasis on

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Scott addresses hostile crowd

Addressing a crowd of vocal members of the left-leaning group Indivisible Charleston, Sen. Tim Scott conducted a Town Hall meeting in the Charleston County Council chambers Sat. in North Charleston.

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WAHS holds Jr/Sr Parent Night Thurs.

West Ashley High School (WAHS) is holding its annual Junior/Senior Parent Night Thurs., Feb. 23 at 6:15 pm in the auditorium. Information will be provided on dual credit courses, youth

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Presidents’ Day should focus on the Presidency

The origin of Presidents’ Day began in 1885 as Washington’s Birthday, celebrated on Feb. 22. Schools would teach students about George Washington’s role as the Father of our country. George

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Sanford holds Tele Town Hall

Rep. Mark Sanford spent 90 minutes answering constituent phone calls on Thurs. evening. He got a lot of calls about the repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and also

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WAHS students perform staff roles for a day

West Ashley High School (WAHS) seniors recently had the opportunity to perform the duties of faculty and staff members at the annual Senior Takeover Day. The students previously had the

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Transportation committee unanimously endorses I-526 completion

The Charleston Area Transportation Study Policy Committee (CHATS) unanimously approved a resolution endorsing the completion of I-526 (Mark Clark Expressway) and to commit federal Guideshare funds as needed. The project

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Pension fix likely to increase property taxes

For the past decade, there has been a simmering problem with the solvency of the South Carolina pension fund, but few people are aware of it. During the 2016 cycle

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