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Voters to speak

Most Lowcountry voters may go to the polls today to cast their vote in the nation's historic presidential election, but they will have an even bigger say in determining several local contests and issues. Officials are bracing for an unprecedented number of voters and are urging everyone to be patient and even take a book, bottled water or a snack to the polls. The turnout in Charleston County could reach 85 percent, Board of Elections and Voter Registration Chairman Dan Martin said.

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Honoring courage, bravery

The state on Monday rechristened a section of U.S. Highway 17 in West Ashley as the Charleston Nine Memorial Highway, a tribute aimed at keeping alive a tragic memory of courage and sacrifice.

Proposed growth plan nears approval

SUMMERVILLE â€" Maneuvering over Dorchester County's proposed growth plan moved into the end game Monday with little of the fireworks that marked previous rounds.

Suspect in shooting surrenders

A suspect in the Halloween shooting death of Shawn Michael Porter surrendered to authorities on Monday, and an arrest warrant indicates Porter might have been killed over some musical equipment.

Boat issue unresolved; town officials wary of cost

MOUNT PLEASANT â€" Crab Bank is supposed to be for the birds, but its shallows are home also to a 50-ton, double-masted sailboat for which there is no record of taxes being paid since 1997.

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