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Centura College is hosting a Back to School Open House on Wednesday, Sept. 10 at its campus at 8084 Rivers Avenue in North Charleston.
An expansion-minded national insurance company has snapped up a longtime North Charleston brokerage as it looks to beef up its South Carolina presence.
Wow, what a week. Fall armyworms decided to attack my yard and many others throughout the Lowcountry.
A new shopping strip under development across from Tanger Outlet Center will bring four more retail businesses to the busy area of North Charleston.
Boeing's decision five years ago to open an assembly plant in North Charleston - the first major airplane factory built in this country in more than 50 years - was driven by several factors, including the assumption that first, South Carolina was a hospitable place in which to locate aerospace manufacturing; and second, that Boeing's significant ... (more)
Photos by Lindsay Street/Gazette A potential bidder combs through the remains of American LaFrance's assets during an auction preview.
This screenshot from a North Charleston District Fire Department training video filmed during the '80s shows Charles Middleton jumping from a fire truck to help extinguish a blaze.
This rowdy, yet edgy piece about the heyday of Burlesque hits all the marks from bawdy comedy to political drama, and does it with flair, passion and surprising insight.
Authorities are investigating a fire that destroyed a home in North Charleston on Friday morning.
North Charleston City Council on Thursday unanimously voted to rezone the mostly undeveloped property the airplane-maker leased from the state in December between International Boulevard and Dorchester Road.
BROCCOLO, Gwyn Mancino, 58, of Hollywood, a manager with Dixie Kennel and widow of Tony M. Broccolo, died Wednesday.
Fueled by lower gas prices, an estimated 1.5 million residents from the Carolinas will be traveling this Labor Day to enjoy the last weekend of the summer season, the highest number since the Great Recession.
Sunlight creates a rainbow-color reflection in a camera lens after sunrise Thursday over the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge in Charleston.
The Send Off Party for TOUR TO ENABLE will be held on Wednesday Aug. 27 at Liberty Taproom in Mount Pleasant.
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Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 10:04 am
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