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Letter to the editor: Environmental groups oppose Long Savannah development

This letter is a press release from four environmental groups – SC Environmental Law Project, Southern Environmental Law Center, Charleston Waterkeepers, and Sierra Club, concerning the impact the planned Long

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State budget measure would withhold funding from cities that remove monuments

At a forum sponsored by The American Heritage Association (AHA), a Charleston-based non-profit, state Representative Bill Taylor (R-Aiken) announced Saturday that he has filed a budget proviso that would withhold

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West Ashley Tool and Rental opens on Wappoo

West Ashley Tool and Rental opened its doors Monday at 13 Amy Elsey Drive, off of Wappoo Road. The business rents heavy equipment, such as stump grinders, mini-excavators, lifts, skid-steer

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Escape to the Great Smoky Mountains

As more people in the Charleston area grow weary of the high-density development being implemented through the New Urbanism zoning codes and the increase in traffic and road rage, many

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Letter to the editor: Coastal Conservation League opposes Harmony Project

This letter to the editor is a press release from Coastal Conservation League. The non-profit recently joined City of Charleston as a defendant in a lawsuit filed by the developer

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Public input sought on West Ashley issues

The West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) meets via Zoom Wednesday at 5:30 pm. There is a link for people to sign up to speak during the meeting or leave comments

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Charleston mask ordinance includes outdoors

City of Charleston began enforcement of its face mask ordinance Wednesday. The ordinance applies to all public indoor and outdoor spaces within city limits. It will be enforced by the

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CCSD parents receive return to school survey

All Charleston County School District (CCSD) parents received an e-mail survey last week asking them how the want school to be conducted when school resumes in August. The choices were

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Letter to the editor: Masks should be optional

This letter to the editor about wearing face masks was contributed by Liz Jenkins:  Should the City of Charleston mandate that you wear a mask? And why now?  What have we

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CCSD prepares to resume high school sports

Charleston County School District is preparing to allow high school athletes to begin summer strength and conditioning programs at their schools on Monday, June 22. Students who wish to participate

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