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Crosstowne Church wants to be part of flooding solution

Crosstowne Church on Bees Ferry Road has been the victim of flooding multiple times since 2015. Now the West Ashley church wants to be part of the solution. Pastor Paul

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West Ashley school board seat decided by proxy votes

The Charleston County Legislative Delegation voted by a narrow margin Monday to recommend Chris Fraser to fill the West Ashley school board seat vacated by Charleston County Register of Deeds

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Bees Ferry West Ashley Library under construction

Charleston County Public Library spokeswoman Natalie Hauff gave the James Island West Ashley James Island Business Association (WAJIBA) an update on the libraries funded by the $108.5 million referendum approved

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President Trump promoting healthcare reform

A day after the Justice Department asked a federal appeals court to declare Obamacare unconstitutional, President Trump said, “The GOP is going to be the party of healthcare.” A recent

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Firearms being stolen from unlocked West Ashley vehicles

Charleston Police Department Sergeant Richard Kennedy revealed that nine firearms have been stolen from unlocked cars in West Ashley so far in 2019. Kennedy was speaking at Charleston City Councilman

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Marco’s Pizza opening at Ashley Landing Sunday

Marco’s Pizza is holding a grand opening event Sunday from 1 to 4 pm at its new Ashley Landing location, 1319 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard. It shares a building with Famous

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Gary White kicks off Mayoral campaign in West Ashley

Charleston City Councilman Gary White kicked off his 2019 Mayoral campaign Thursday in West Ashley. Flanked by six current and former council members at the former Northbridge Piggly Wiggly site,

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The performing arts are coming to Citadel Mall

Citadel Mall has undergone a lot of transformation in recent years. The Flip Gym gymnastics studio, OutSlide In playground, and the Tattooed Moose restaurant opened their doors in 2018. Sears

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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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