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1st CD challenger Kathy Landing attacks Cunningham’s record

Republican candidate Kathy Landing announced her bid for the 1st Congressional District in Mt. Pleasant Monday. She went after the voting record of incumbent Democrat Joe Cunningham, citing that he

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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 will include music, games, face-painting, jump castles and a food

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 nomination in a district which Republicans held from 1981 to

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 traffic and environmental studies. Charleston County is expected to match

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 at the site of the former Northbridge Piggly Wiggly. The

SC 7 and SC 171 intersection feedback resumes Wednesday

The next round of feedback on proposed SC 7 and SC 171 intersection improvements will resume Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at First Christian Church on Orange Grove Road. The four designs offered in November 2018 by Charleston County

Public comment sought on Main Road overpass

Hundreds turned out Monday at St. Johns High School to see the seven design options for the $195 million Main Road overpass project to reduce traffic between West Ashley and Johns Island. More than 27,000 vehicles travel the road each

White House seeks more highly skilled immigrants

President Donald Trump rolled out the Build America Visa plan Thursday at the White House. The plan calls for more highly skilled immigrants in a point system which also includes a priority for younger workers and a requirement for financial-sufficiency

Dupont-Wappoo drainage project a model of cooperation

City of Charleston Stormwater Management Director Matthew Fountain presented an update on the Dupont-Wappoo drainage project Wednesday to the West Ashley Revitalization Commission. The project covers a 1600-acre zone centered around Citadel Mall which drains into the Stono River. The

Bonding decision on I-526 delayed

Senator Hugh Leatherman (R-Florence), Chairman of the legislative Joint Bond Review Committee (JBRC), sent the bonding decision for the I-526 completion project back to a subcommittee Wednesday. The subcommittee previously heard testimony from the SC Transportation Infrastructure Bank (STIB), state

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