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CO2 does not harm our health

One of the issues which was not covered in the three Presidential debates was climate change, which proponents say is caused by human carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. CO2 makes up

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Avoid the lines – Vote Early

Many people are unaware that they are eligible to vote early. All three Charleston County early voting stations are open from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Friday until

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Dorchester School District 2 candidates square off

Voters in Dorchester School District 2 had an opportunity to see all six candidates for school board on the same stage at a recent forum hosted by the district’s Parent

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Mobile grocer schools us in Farmers Market sector

Business partners Kate DeWitt and Lindsey Barrow want to revolutionize the local food supply market in Charleston County by putting the food on the move. “The demand here for famers

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Unused prescription drug collection set for Saturday

The Drug Enforcement Administration is sponsoring a national collection day for expired or unused prescription medications Saturday, October 22 from 10 am to 2 pm. There will be 14 collection

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Charleston County debris removal faces challenges

Neighborhood streets throughout the lowcountry are covered with storm debris from Hurricane Matthew. The debris makes walking, bike riding, and driving difficult.  Charleston County has contracted with Ashbritt Environmental.  It is a

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Charleston voted #1 travel destination in the US for the sixth consecutive year

The Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau announced today that Charleston, South Carolina has been voted #1 small city destination in the US in the 2016 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards.

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I-526 was never part of sales tax increase referendum

One of the key votes we will take on election day in Charleston County is a referendum on whether to increase our sales tax from 8.5% to 9% to fund

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Charleston! Look Up! Supermoon Soars in the Sky

This weekend, October 15th and 16th, signifies the first of three supermoons that will occur this year in 2016. What is a supermoon you may ask? Well, it is when

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Sanford seeks to expedite FEMA flood assistance

Representative Mark Sanford sent a letter to President Barack Obama asking him to expedite Governor Nikki Haley’s request for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Individual Assistance funds to those impacted

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