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Diamond and Silk are taking political correctness to task

Sisters Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson grew up in a religious and entrepreneurial family in rural North Carolina. While never politically active, the sisters always voted for Democrats by default

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West Ashley Senior Center dedicated

Hundreds gathered Tuesday for the dedication of the West Ashley Senior Center, named after former Charleston City Councilman Louis Waring, Jr. Waring, 90, performed the ribbon-cutting. He enlisted in the

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Orange Grove roundabout ruled out

Charleston County transportation officials recently revealed a summary of the 388 comments received on the SC 7 and SC 171 intersection project. Based on the feedback received, the roundabout at

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Dominion Energy holds West Ashley drop-in

Dominion Energy held a drop-in Monday to greet its new electrical customers at The Schoolhouse in West Ashley. The company completed its merger with SCANA Corporation in early January. It

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State bond review subcommittee to examine I-526 local funding

South Carolina Joint Bond Review Committee (JBRC) Chairman Hugh Leatherman tasked a subcommittee to look into Charleston County’s financing for the I-526 completion project Wednesday. The JBRC consists of five

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Charleston County tabulating intersection responses

Charleston City Councilman Peter Shahid said that Charleston County transportation officials are still tabulating the approximately 300 responses residents submitted on possible “suicide merge” intersection improvements. Shahid hosted his monthly

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Unity theme permeates Charleston GOP Black History Month banquet

The 350 guests at the second annual Charleston County Republican Party Black History Month banquet received a recurring message of racial unity and cohesion at The Citadel Alumni Center Friday.

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Tickets still available for Black History Month banquet

Tickets are still available for the Charleston County Republican Party’s second annual Black History Month banquet Friday at The Citadel Alumni House. Senator Tim Scott will headline the event. Tickets

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Parker’s gets preliminary design approval for West Ashley store

The City of Charleston Design Review Board granted preliminary approval for Savannah-based retail chain Parker’s site plan for the former Exxon property at Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Orange Grove Road

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Parker’s is so much more than a gas station

A Savannah-based Parker’s gas station is coming to the former Exxon property at the corner of Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Orange Grove Road in West Ashley. It will be the

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