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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 State Representative Chip Limehouse, who serves on the seven-member State

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Arrington returns to the campaign trail

Katie Arrington, Republican nominee for the 1st Congressional District, made her first campaign stop Monday since her life-threatening traffic accident on June 22. Speaking to the East Cooper Republican Club

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“Suicide merge” fix to cost about $10 Million

Charleston County Councilman Brantley Moody told the audience at the July West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) meeting Wednesday that reconfiguring the “suicide merge” junction where Sam Rittenberg Boulevard meets Old

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Develop your own Northbridge Gateway design

The City of Charleston is giving residents a chance to develop their own Northbridge Gateway designs for the former Northbridge Piggly Wiggly property in drop-in workshops today until 8 pm

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Survey issued for future of Northbridge gateway

The City of Charleston is seeking input from residents on the future of the Northbridge gateway and, in particular, their preferred future use for the 2.5 acre property which was

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Mt. Pleasant designated as All-American City

The Town of Mount Pleasant was recently selected as one of 10 communities to receive the All-American City Award. The National Civic League announced its selections at a conference in

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Charleston County loses state contract for I-526

The State Transportation Infrastructure Bank (STIB) board voted 4-3 Tuesday to end the contract with Charleston County for the completion of I-526. The contract was initially signed in 2007, when

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Charleston media ignores GOP call for civility

Charleston County Republican Party Chairman Larry Kobrovsky sent out a letter to his Democratic counterpart Brady Quirk-Garvin asking him to join him in condemning the actions of Congresswoman Maxine Waters

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A confident John Warren makes closing arguments

John Warren is sweeping through the state on a five-stop tour to make his closing arguments Monday on the eve of his runoff election against Governor Henry McMaster. Accompanied by

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Warren goes after McMaster on tax delinquency

Challenger John Warren went after Governor McMaster for being delinquent on property tax payments 31 times during their debate Wednesday at the Newberry Opera House. The debate was televised on

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