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Special-education teacher assistant Jennifer Amerson stopped working for the Charleston County School District in June 2010, but the district deposited checks into her bank account from August 2010 through March 2012.
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Friends greet and gather under the shade of a tree in the beer garden on the final day of the Charleston Wine + Food Festival Sunday March 9, 2014.
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Director of archives and research at the SC Historical Society, Mary Jo Fairchild, looks over a detailed 18th century map Friday March 7, 2014, that shows gifts of land to the City of Charleston to create a public market, which today is the City Market.
7 hrs ago | The Island Packet
When she was 10 years old, her mother told her that when they lived in Africa, people could fly.
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Heirs' property is any land passed down without a will. In South Carolina it most often refers to land in the Lowcountry handed down by former slaves that eventually ended up being owned jointly by dozens of descendants.
15 hrs ago | Post and Courier
Erosion on Folly Beach File is said to be exacerbated by the Charleston jetties stopping the sand flow in north-south shore currents.
Malaysia Grimball, who is part of the advanced studies magnet program at Haut Gap Middle School, answers questions during her eighth-grade math class on Tuesday.
The South Carolina woman who drove her minivan into the Atlantic Ocean earlier this week is now facing charges in the wake of the incident.
Nashville, Tenn. NEEDTOBREATHE is excited to announce the first leg of an extensive North American headlining tour in support of their anticipated new album Rivers In the Wasteland , out April 15 on Atlantic/Word Records.
Closed for Business may not be the newest and most glamorous place in town, but it's certainly a place that knows how to put on one helluva beer dinner.
While the future of a potential merger between the College of Charleston and the Medical University of South Carolina appears to be in the hands of six state House members, one of the state's most influential politicians says the move is unnecessary and unlikely to happen this year.
He was recruited through a nationwide search and was unanimously approved by the 17-member board, which includes Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. "Tom was the clear choice indeed a unanimous choice through a robust process," said Riley.
A 46-year-old man has been charged in connection with a bank robbery in West Ashley last month.
Few sane people would go into public school teaching for the professional perks, but in Charleston County School District, there has traditionally been at least one benefit to the job: Teachers had first dibs on transferring their children to different schools.
The Charleston-area woman who is accused of driving a van carrying her children into the ocean near Daytona Beach earlier this week was charged today with three counts of attempted first-degree murder and three counts of child abuse by the Volusia County Sheriff's Office.
Ronald Reid hugs his wife, Jennifer, as their daughter, Ashley, looks on as Ronald Reid was released on bail in August.