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Charleston voted #1 travel destination in the US for the sixth consecutive year

The Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau announced today that Charleston, South Carolina has been voted #1 small city destination in the US in the 2016 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards.

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Academic Magnet and Bishop England dominate state swim meet

The South Carolina High School 3A Swim Championship Meet took place at the University of South Carolina Natatorium on Saturday, October 15, 2016. 3A Results Women – Team Standings: 1. Academic

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I-526 was never part of sales tax increase referendum

One of the key votes we will take on election day in Charleston County is a referendum on whether to increase our sales tax from 8.5% to 9% to fund

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Charleston! Look Up! Supermoon Soars in the Sky

This weekend, October 15th and 16th, signifies the first of three supermoons that will occur this year in 2016. What is a supermoon you may ask? Well, it is when

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Sanford seeks to expedite FEMA flood assistance

Representative Mark Sanford sent a letter to President Barack Obama asking him to expedite Governor Nikki Haley’s request for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Individual Assistance funds to those impacted

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GOP women bring tour bus to South Carolina

The National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) brought its tour bus to South Carolina yesterday, making stops in four cities. It is part of a 39-state tour aimed at increasing

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Shadowmoss homeowners oust HOA board

In a special meeting of the Shadowmoss Plantation Homeowners Association Board (HOA), members voted 347-5 to remove the existing HOA board of directors. A second vote was taken to elect

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West Ashley homeowners express frustration over flooding

Dozens of homeowners who have been devastated by recent flooding events in West Ashley showed up at the Charleston City Council meeting Tuesday at Grace on the Ashley church to

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Charleston City Council to hear from flooding victims

Charleston City Council meets this afternoon (5 pm) at Grace on the Ashley church, 2014 Bees Ferry Road in West Ashley.  Residents in the surrounding neighborhoods who sustained flooding damage

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After the storm …

Despite dire warnings of an impending Armageddon, the lowcountry sustained mild damage in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.  Elected officials and media figures made it sound like Matthew was going

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