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South Carolina Realtors has launched a campaign to drum up support for a state bill intended to lower homeowner insurance rates.
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Officials work on the scene of a triple homicide shoot-out that occurred inside Cycle Gear on Dorchester Road in North Charleston on June 29, 2013.
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.
In such cases, he asks the caller to tap the phone if he or she needs help, just in case the caller is unable to speak.
The Boeing 787-10 is the newest and longest member of the Dreamliner family. It will be 39 feet longer than the original 787-8 and 19 feet longer than the 787-9.
South Carolina families have made it clear that they like the idea of children being able to walk to school.
There has been a lot of activity in our Bluffton Police Department. I am updating you on two changes that will take place shortly.
Lisa McLean moved from an apartment in West Ashley to buying this house in North Charleston, which The Lowcountry Housing Trust, Metanoia and South Carolina Community Loan Fund helped her achieve.
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.
Having more employed residents makes South Carolina's economy stronger. Having a more diverse economy will help the state ride out future economic downturns.
A 46-year-old man has been charged in connection with a bank robbery in West Ashley last month.
Ronald Reid hugs his wife, Jennifer, as their daughter, Ashley, looks on as Ronald Reid was released on bail in August.
Two days before 32-year-old Ebony Wilkerson drove a van carrying her children into the ocean near Daytona Beach, she told North Charleston police her husband had attacked her while they were staying in Myrtle Beach the previous weekend, according to authorities.
The Charleston Regional Business Journal reports today that four Lowcountry politicians who previously supported a CofC-MUSC merger no longer want to be associated with the two bills.