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MOUNT PLEASANT â€" This rapidly growing community has managed to accommodate all of its 3,100 high school students at Wando High.

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Fire heavily damages home in Old Village

MOUNT PLEASANT â€" Fire heavily damaged a house in the Old Village early Friday and burned a man who lived there. Mount Pleasant firefighters were dispatched to 100 Haddrell St. shortly before 2 a.m. They arrived to find a fire that had jumped from a grill on the side of the three-story house to the house itself, Chief Leon Lantagne said.

Sidewalk project delayed while land purchases are negotiated

The final portion of a West Ashley sidewalk project has been delayed until Charleston purchases land from two business owners at Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Ashley Hall Road. While the project might now appear to be a sidewalk to nowhere, it eventually will form a semi-circle of mostly connected walkways.

Rep. Norton speaks of ironic S.C. ties

Though she's the third generation of her family to live in Washington, D.C., U.S. Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton feels a special connection to North Charleston. No, she never lived there. But she has a distinct memory of a past U.S. representative, the late John McMillan, whose House district included the area. And as chair of the District of Columbia Committee, he kept her home town from getting self-government.

Family of educators hit twice by tragedy

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