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St. Andrews PSD celebrates 70th anniversary June 15

The St. Andrews Public Service District celebrates its 70th anniversary Saturday, June 15 from 11 am to 2 pm at its headquarters on 1775 Ashley River Road. The celebration festival

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Kathy Landing to announce bid for Congress Monday

Mt. Pleasant Town Councilwoman Kathy Landing will announce her bid for the 1st Congressional District Monday at 11 am at Mt. Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park. She will seek the Republican

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Naval shore bombardment a key to victory at Normandy

As the free world commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landing that led to allied victory in World War II, consider that America’s naval dominance played a key role.

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I-526 funding moves forward

The on-again, off-again process for funding the completion of I-526 took a step forward Tuesday when the legislative Joint Bond Review Committee (JBRC) approved $12 million in funding for updating

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WTMA marks 30 years of talk radio

WTMA (AM-1250) reached a milestone Saturday, marking 30 years as a talk radio station.  Rush Limbaugh joined the WTMA lineup, soon after making talk radio a prominent media source when

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Hurricane season in upon us

Atlantic hurricane season officially begins today. While the peak months for hurricanes are August and September, June is a great time to develop your plans for a storm which may

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New C.E. Williams building dedicated

A dedication ceremony for the C.E. Williams Middle School was held Thursday at its new home next to West Ashley High School and the upcoming Bees Ferry West Ashley Library.

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Hundreds view SC 7 and SC 171 intersection designs

Hundreds of West Ashley residents showed up at First Christian Church Wednesday to view the second round of designs for the improvement of the SC 7 and SC 171 intersection

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The life of Frederick Douglass chronicled on Charleston stage

A play about the life of the life of noted black Republican Frederick Douglass makes has its first of four stagings Thursday at 7:30 pm at the Circular Congregational Church,

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Memorial Day origin – decorating veterans’ graves

As Americans celebrate Memorial Day with family and friends, many are not aware of the holiday’s origin or what it represents. At the conclusion of the Civil War or War

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