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10 hrs ago | Post and Courier
The Charleston County Council's first raise in more than a decade, which is up for approval Thursday, would boost the chairman's salary by 50 percent and members' pay by 44 percent.
16 hrs ago | Post and Courier
Also of note, next year marks the year they travel to in the second film, where hoverboards and flying cars reign supreme.
22 hrs ago | The Moultrie News
A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. will arrive on July 28 to examine all aspects of the Charleston County Consolidated 911 Center's policy and procedures, management, operations and support services.
Plans to transition a James Island elementary school to an all Montessori curriculum may be changing after some Charleston County School Board members asked for a review.
Just days after the 11th murder in North Charleston a group of lawmakers, community activists and police chiefs met to talk about curbing gun violence.
According to Maj. Eric Watson with the sheriff's office, State Law Enforcement Division agents were at the Southern Inn hotel on Winningham Road to apprehend a fugitive wanted in Connecticut for murder and probation violation.
Two State Law Enforcement Division agents fatally shot a Connecticut murder suspect who pulled a gun on them Tuesday morning outside a St. George motel, authorities said.
Andre M. Dukes, a Kingstree native, is the new principal of St. John's High School.
Children's staff at the Mount Pleasant Regional Library happily report that our 2014 summer reading program is bursting with kids fizzing and booming and reading! As of July 16, 1,953 children and 205 babies and toddlers at our branch had signed up for Charleston County Library's summer reading program, and a whopping 737 kids had returned to claim ... (more)
Chikungunya fever just turned up again in South Carolina, in an Upstate resident who recently returned from Haiti.
Hampton Plantation in McClellanville is among the historic sites that could be affected by a new power line proposed by Berkeley Electric Cooperative.
A few weeks ago, someone in the DKE page asked who we thought were future higher office holders.
It's been a vacant eyesore in the skyline of North Charleston for 20 years and now the old Naval Hospital building is set to get a new life.
Charleston County Public Library received a $3,500 grant to encourage reading and hold events to raise awareness of animal welfare issues and welfare-related organizations in the Lowcountry.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 08:17 pm
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