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A joint investigation by the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office and the Summerville Police Department resulted in the arrest of one person and the recovery of three stolen vehicles.
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South Carolina regulators issued an emergency permit after chemical company Solvay discovered small amounts of crystallized chemicals that could explode if disturbed, in the company's Charleston processing plant along the Ashley River.
Antonio Jamal Miller, 35, of North Charleston is charged with failure to stop for a blue light, trafficking cocaine and trafficking cocaine base.
PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC Three men were arrested by the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office after investigators learned the suspects were planning to create a distraction at a school and then rob a nearby bank.
SEATTLE Boeing Co.' s December disclosure that it will transfer about 1,000 research engineering jobs out of Washington state has sown widespread internal dissent, distrust and confusion, according to internal employee feedback gathered by company managers.
A North Charleston man was hit with a federal fine for refilling his drink without paying.
Easter spending is down slightly from last year, but it's still expected to boost the retail industry by nearly $16 billion this year.
David Shane Foster, 28, of Simmons Street in Mount Pleasant, is charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct with a minor under the age of 11 and simple possession of marijuana.
A fifth grade student at Lambs Elementary School in North Charleston works a math problem during class in this 2009 file photo.
This city has always been, for me, the hometown that got away. I was born here in 1971, but I left for Kentucky before I could develop a geechee accent.
A North Charleston man wanted on a domestic violence charge has turned himself in to authorities.
Helping Out highlights some of the many charitable events and activities going on in the Charleston area.
Lindsay Street/Journal Scene Summerville Rep. Jenny Horne and Goose Creek Rep. Sam Rivers read Pete the Cat to 4-year-olds April 11. The 4-year-olds at Foster Academy in North Charleston didn't really know who state Rep. Jenny Horne and Rep. Sam Rivers were - but they certainly knew who Pete the Cat was.
Plans for a new charter school in downtown Charleston are moving forward as school officials make a push for enrollment ahead of its opening in the fall.
Former Republican Senator from Pennsylvania and on again-off again presidential candidate Rick Santorum spoke at the Citadel yesterday, saying he wouldn't endorse in the state's U.S. Senate contests this year , and current U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz is scheduled to talk at the military school today.
As part of the more than year-long environmental review, the Army Corps of Engineers and Palmetto Railways held a public "scoping" meeting to get input on Nov. 14. A follow-up meeting is set for May 6. The Army Corps of Engineers has scheduled a second public meeting to discuss Palmetto Railways' proposed container-handling train yard at the former ... (more)