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When will flooding really be a priority?

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg wrote on his official Facebook page earlier in the week that flooding (prevention) was his top priority. If that were truly the case, money would have

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Corporations pledge to train 4 million workers

President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka announced the Pledge to America’s Workers program Thursday at the White House. The

CCSD paid consulting firm Education Elements $1.2 Million

In 2012, Charleston County School District (CCSD) applied for a $19.4 million federal grant for personalized learning.  CCSD received funding

SCDOT reveals 10 year roads plan

SCDOT Secretary Christy Hall addressed the Charleston County Legislative Delegation Tuesday at North Charleston City Hall to provide an overview

Lowcountry leaders optimistic about 526 completion

Five Lowcountry elected officials addressed the East Cooper Republican Club Monday, expressing their support for the completion of I-526. Former

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Corporations pledge to train 4 million workers

President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka announced the Pledge to America’s Workers program Thursday at the White House. The Trumps were joined by 23 corporate CEOs and trade association

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West Ashley tree service struggling to find workers

Van Atkins, owner of West Ashley-based Van’s Tree Service, is having difficulty finding the workers he needs to fill the orders his business has for tree trimming and removal. The

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Fitness studio coming to Ashley Oaks Plaza

O2 Fitness is under contract to move into the former Charleston Attic Mall space at Ashley Oaks Plaza, located at

Palmetto Tile Distributors founded by son of Holocaust survivors

Centrally located near the intersection of I-526 and Rivers Avenue in the former Claussen Bakery building stands Palmetto Tile Distributors.

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