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A grand design

Georgette Carr's white picket fence is stained with a knee-high line of dirt, marking how high water rose at America and Cooper streets in Charleston when the area was deluged with rain on Oct. 24. Nearby, at Cooper River Court, pond-sized puddles remained on the ground six days after the rain fell. Dressed as a witch, Juanita Hill dodged them while escorting three children home from a Halloween party Thursday.

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Cane Bay Elementary to have broad effect

MONCKS CORNER â€" The opening of a new Berkeley County elementary school next year will have a ripple effect on roughly 1,000 students at neighboring schools.

Mystery image leads to dig

Did wooden colonnade really exist? The image shows the grand home linked to its two flanker buildings by a colonnade. Experts at the museum house had never seen anything like it. But it was sent anonymously, with no information about the origin of the image other than a handwritten note, "Drayton Hall, back in the day," and the date "1765."

Fighting eyesores, hazards

MOUNT PLEASANT â€" On Friday, Hobcaw Creek was littered with abandoned sailboats and a sunken cabin cruiser. But that wasn't the worst of it. The shallows near Crab Bank, a protected bird rookery in Charleston Harbor, looked like a recreational vessel junkyard.

Cadet not defined by Crohn's

Cadet James Lewis, a 20-year-old sophomore at The Citadel, doesn't define himself by Crohn's disease. But the digestive disorder can strike any time. Crohn's disease is an inflammation of the digestive tract lining. Symptoms vary and can be embarrassing. Many suffer severe abdominal pain, weight loss and fatigue.

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