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Useful things rise from ashes

GEORGETOWN â€" At Santee Cooper's Winyah generating station, powerful generators make enough electricity to light 577,000 homes. In the process, the plant creates vast amounts of ash, and for years, hundreds of thousands of tons ended up in nearby retention ponds. No more.

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Town tables redistricting

SUMMERVILLE â€" Officials will not change the town's voting districts before next spring's election after all.

Many taxi trips will cost riders less

Charleston City Council approved an increase in the minimum fare charged by metered taxicabs on Tuesday, but the change will actually lower the cost of any trip longer than a mile and a half.

Brown, Ketner race stirs clash over cash

First Congressional District candidates Henry Brown and Linda Ketner are keeping the airwaves at a steady hum with their television ads, but their battle expanded to other fronts this week.

Coroner identifies woman

It wasn't unusual for Tyshonna Jackson to be away from her North Charleston home in the Chicora-Cherokee neighborhood for a few days at a time. She would always call to let someone know where she was.

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