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Lowcountry Watchdog

After years of neglect, SCDOT cleans Ashley Hall Road ditch

For years, we have been highly critical about the failure to maintain drainage systems in the Lowcountry. With numerous overlapping jurisdictions, it is easy to point fingers and say, “It

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Climate change agenda is all about tax increases

The left-leaning political action committee 314 Action has pledged to funnel a lot of money into the re-election campaign for Representative Joe Cunningham. The group spent more than $500,000 to

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School board letter discourages free speech among board members

Lowcountry Source has obtained a letter sent by Charleston School Board Chairman Eric Mack to the other eight board members advising them to not express their individual views about the

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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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Celtic Highlight Tour a true Dream Vacation

We recently concluded the Globus guided Celtic Highlight Tour in the British Isles. West Ashley travel agent Larry Shirley, who served on Charleston City Council for 20 years, made all

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SC 7 and SC 171 intersection comments due June 30

Public comments for the SC 7 and SC 171 Intersection Project are due Sunday, June 30. There are three options given to respondents for the busy West Ashley intersection, which

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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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Panthers’ tax incentive will not “cost” state $115 Million

There has been a lot of misinformation about the 15-year, $115 million tax incentive plan for the Carolina Panthers to move their headquarters from Charlotte to Rock Hill. The incentive

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Don’t politicize the issue of flooding

Governor Henry McMaster signed an executive order in December 2018 to establish the South Carolina Floodwater Commission. McMaster wrote, “The Commission will work to provide solution-based discussions and to identify

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