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West Ashley Farmers Market enjoys sunshine in second season

After a stormy debut on Apr. 19, the West Ashley Farmers Market enjoyed a sunny day in the second week of the second season. The event will be held each

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West Ashley residents want to see neighborhoods more connected

During the second citizen input session in the West Ashley Master Plan process, the vast majority of participants wanted to see more neighborhood connectivity and a better dining and retail

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Large crowd attends first West Ashley planning session.

The first of four citizen input workshops for the West Ashley Master Plan process took place at John Wesley United Methodist Church Monday. A capacity crowd of more than 200

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Frothy Beard gives spark to Ashley Landing shopping center

Ashley Landing shopping center on Sam Rittenberg Blvd. is attracting popular new tenants. The latest is the brewery Frothy Beard, which shares a space with Zombie Bob’s Pizza. The businesses

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West Ashley office complex launched

Owners John Hagerty and Susan Simons, along with Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg and members of the West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) did a ribbon-cutting ceremony for The Schoolhouse, a former

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Twister Cypress gives West Ashley a blend of coffee and craft beer

A trio of friends recently realized a dream by opening Twisted Cypress Brewing Company at 1897 Sam Rittenberg Blvd., situated between Citadel Mall and Westwood Plaza. The establishment functions as

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West Ashley Master Plan workshop sites chosen

Four community input workshops have been set to help develop the West Ashley Master Plan from Mon., Apr. 24 to Sat., May 6. The workshops (except for May 6) will

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Groups converge to clean up West Ashley

Multiple groups converged Saturday to pick up litter along Sam Rittenberg Blvd., Northbridge Park and the surrounding marshland. The Sandhurst Civic Association has been doing the litter pick-ups on the

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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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Armadillo sightings becoming more frequent

Until recent years, armadillo sightings were very rare in Charleston County. The armored mammal made its first appearance in America in the late 1800s in East Texas. The species has

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