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Long lines already

MONCKS CORNER â€" Bobby Harrelson dropped by the election offices here late Tuesday morning to vote absentee, but he saw a line stretching down the side of the building and decided to return at 8 a.m. Wednesday instead. Even after the office opened an hour later, he still faced a long wait.



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Mt. Pleasant pair rescued from rough seas

One person was killed and three others injured, including a U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmer and two Lowcountry residents, when a 44-foot sailboat began sinking early Wednesday in rough seas off the New Jersey coast about 100 miles southeast of Atlantic City.

No arrests in slaying of ex-cabbie

COLLETON â€" Freddie Steward had lived in New York City before retiring to his native Colleton County. In the Big Apple, he had worked as a taxi driver.

Council in murky water over fee hike

MONCKS CORNER â€" Berkeley councilmen who think the county failed to properly notify customers of a large increase in water and sewer impact fees this summer are faced with a moral dilemma.

Congresswoman to speak locally

Her great-grandfather was a runaway slave who came to Washington in the 1850s. She was the first woman to chair the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, an appointment she received from President Carter. For decades, she has championed equal rights for blacks and women.










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