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West Ashley libraries facilitate summer reading program

West Ashley’s two public libraries are partnering with the Charleston County School District in the 2019 summer reading program and have had more than 1000 participants to date. The reading

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Charleston lays out plans for Northbridge Piggly Wiggly lot

Charleston city planners laid out preliminary plans for re-developing the former Northbridge Piggly Wiggly lot Wednesday at the West Ashley Revitalization Commission meeting. Most of the 150 seats at the

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Bridge Pointe condominiums are being torn down

Nearly two years after City of Charleston negotiated a buyout agreement with FEMA, the 32 units from the former Bridge Pointe condominium complex in the Shadowmoss neighborhood are being demolished.

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Northbridge Piggly Wiggly development options to be revealed Wednesday

City of Charleston planners will lay out some of the redevelopment options being considered for the former Northbridge Piggly Wiggly at the West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) meeting Wednesday at

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Respondents choose “No Build” option for SC 7 and SC 171 intersection

Charleston County government sent out a news release Monday showing that a majority of the nearly 700 survey respondents preferred the “No Build” option for the proposed SC 7 and

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Citadel Mall adds DIY maker space

Citadel Mall now has a 3300 square foot space dedicated to helping people with do-it-yourself (DIY) projects. Reforge Charleston is an educational non-profit which provides equipment, materials and instruction for

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Native plant shop moving to Wappoo Road location

West Ashley native plant shop Roots and Shoots expects to be moving to its new location October 1 at 1108 Wappoo Road, across the street from Ashley Oaks Plaza. It

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Climate change agenda hampers UK standard of living

We recently returned home from a two-week tour of Scotland and Ireland and noticed that BBC and local television stations had news content about climate change on a daily basis.

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America’s founding made it unique among nations

On Independence Day, Americans need to understand the factors which made our Republic unique among all nations. On July 4, 1776, 56 representatives from the 13 colonies signed a document

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July is a good month for tree-trimming

With peak hurricane season coming up in August and September, July is a good month to schedule a tree-trimming service. The Charleston area has a shortage of trained and experienced

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