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Charleston Mayoral Forum set for WAHS Thursday

West Ashley High School is the site for Thursday’s Charleston Mayoral Forum at 6:30 pm. The event is sponsored by non-profit group West Ashley United and the Charleston Trident Association

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Taste of North Charleston set for Sunday

The annual Taste of North Charleston food festival takes place Sunday from 4 to 8 pm at the ExQuis Event Center at 5101 Ashley Phosphate Road. The event is sponsored

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Washington aims to roll back parking meter fees, enforcement

Charleston Mayoral candidate Maurice Washington recently released a video calling for rolling back parking fees and enforcement in the 1700 meters in downtown Charleston. The fees were doubled in 2018

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Chefs and students work to transform school lunch menu

Celebrity chefs from Schwan’s Food Services Kitchen Collaborative program teamed with 20 students from West Ashley High School’s award-winning Culinary Arts program Wednesday to revise the school lunch menu there.

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Griffin prevails on ordinance to ban fill and build development

Inspired by the cautions against fill and build development in the recently completed Dutch Dialogues Charleston water management study, Charleston City Councilman Harry Griffin introduced a City Council agenda item

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Trump supporters rally against impeachment

About 60 supporters of President Donald Trump stood in front of Representative Joe Cunningham’s Mt. Pleasant office Tuesday as part of a national Stop the Madness rally, aimed at vulnerable

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Tecklenburg takes credit for protecting hundreds of acres

In a campaign mail piece that went out last week and on his campaign website, Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg claims to have “protected hundreds of acres from development” in the

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Turning Point USA encourages free speech on campus

College of Charleston has a Turning Point USA chapter, a conservative student group that encourages free speech on campus. Many college campuses have a hostile attitude toward conservative groups. A

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Will Charleston end fill and build development?

At a Thursday Mayoral debate sponsored by the flooding prevention advocacy group Groundswell, many candidates expressed opposition to the fill and build development practice. Fill and build involves elevating building

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Washington pledges to limit future Johns Island development

Charleston Mayoral candidate Maurice Washington addressed a group of Johns Island residents Tuesday at Low Tide Brewery on Maybank Highway and pledged to limit future development on the island. He

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