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Charleston, South Carolina is located in Charleston County. Zip codes in Charleston, SC include 29425, 29423, and 29409. The median home price in Charleston is $299,000 which is roughly $134/per square foot. More Charleston information.

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3 hrs ago | Post and Courier

Charleston County gives North Charleston preschoolers a lesson in calling 9-1-1

Charleston County Consolidated 9-1-1 educator Lisa Nickel helps Cameron Cromedy dial 9-1-1 during her visit to the Loving and Learning Daycare in North Charleston Wednesday.

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8 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Sip & Savor Series goes to Charleston, South Carolina

Jones Family Farms ' Sip & Savor Series offers guests a light-hearted yet knowledgeable discussion on the pairing of foods and wines.

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12 hrs ago | ABC News 4 Charleston

2 red wolf pups in SC named for Colbert, Jewell

Two wolf pups born earlier this month in South Carolina have been named for comedian Stephen Colbert and U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell.

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15 hrs ago | WEZL-FM 103.5

Charleston City Police say the accident happened at North Market St. & Anson St.

Tuesday evening, about 5:10 p.m., a carriage horse was spooked and crashed in the Market district of downtown Charleston.

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18 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

Charleston Book Union keeps the art of bookmaking alive

Brien Beidler , co-founder of Charleston book union, with Idaho Bookbinder Jim Croft who will be leading a workshop in Charleston next spring Late on a recent rainy Tuesday night the lights of the Charleston Library Society glowed bright well past closing time.

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18 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

The second edition of Charleston Food Film Festival promises a feast for the eyes and mouth

Imagine staring at a 30-by-70 foot cheeseburger. Fresh from the grill, its meat sizzles before you, a dollop of bright red ketchup slowly oozes from the bun.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

Charleston City Paper

Get $10 off your City Paper VIP Grove tickets at Charleston Beer Garden

The highly anticipated Charleston Beer Garden returns this year on Saturday, May 17 at Brittlebank Park.

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Post and Courier

Earth Day brings Rhode Island senator to Charleston

U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse listens to Dr. Scott Harris, from the College of Charleston, explain the College's study of the regional quaternary landscape evolution of the southeastern continental shelf and adjacent coastal plain during his visit to the Hollings Marine Laboratory on James Island.

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Post and Courier

Charleston police search for man suspected of restaurant burglary

Robert Louie Ross Jr., 30, of Curtiss Avenue in Charleston, is wanted by Charleston police for second-degree burglary and property crime enhancement.

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Post and Courier

Authorities identify 16-year-old killed in shooting that targeted bicyclists in North Charleston

The teenager who was shot Monday while bicycling with friends in North Charleston was identified as 16-year-old Ty'Quan President.

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Post and Courier

Former Crisis Ministries CFO federally charged, accused of embezzling ...

Carol Libby, 56, was charged in federal court with five counts of wire fraud. She's accused of fraudulently obtaining $440,000 from Crisis Ministries, the downtown Charleston homeless shelter.

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Charleston Business Journal

Campaign disclosure reports not always accurate

Campaign finance documents show that four College of Charleston board members donated to Lt.

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The Union Daily Times

MES students take field trip to Charleston

Monarch Elementary School fifth grade students enjoyed a jam packed field trip to Charleston that included an overnight stay on the USS Yorktown, a visit to the South Carolina Aquarium, Fort Moultrie, a private lesson with an oceanographer, a visit to the Charleston Market and Bubba Gump Shrimp Company.

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WEZL-FM 103.5

MUSC says fuel pump leaked diesel into Charleston Harbor

Monday afternoon the Medical University of South Carolina issued a statement saying a a malfunctioning generator fuel pump atop the Institute of Psychiatry was the source of the diesel fuel leak into Charleston Harbor during the weekend.

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Merced Sun-Star

This coconut cake makeover results in nostalgia, updated

There's no generic formula. Oh my, no. Cakes can be white or yellow, filled with custard or lemon curd or frosting, be coconutty through and through, or simply sport a drift of flakes.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

Post and Courier

College of Charleston students rally to support gay rights in advance ...

Dozens of College of Charleston students rallied on the Cougar Mall at noon today in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students.

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Post and Courier

Charleston's 2015 mayoral race kicks into gear

Forget about the races for governor and U.S. Senate this year. The 2015 campaign for mayor of Charleston has begun.

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Charleston Business Journal

CofC leaders question integrity of presidential selection

Seven search committee members had written a letter to CofC board of trustees Chairman Greg Padgett on Feb. 25, three days before the board met to narrow its list of candidates to five.

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Charleston Business Journal

Charleston, SC

Attorneys Clay M. Grayson and Elizabeth "Lisa" Thomas are co-partners in the new Grayson Thomas LLC law firm, located at 525 East Bay St. Grayson is a corporate attorney with a background in taxation, intellectual property and health information technology.

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Post and Courier

Remaining charges dismissed against Latham in murder-for-hire case

Former Charleston banker Chris Latham, 51, of Sullivan's Island, was convicted in February of aiding and abetting a plot to kill his estranged wife.

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