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Development on massive scale

The economy is gasping for air, but a German manufacturer and a Charleston real estate developer will unveil plans today for a huge commercial development near Interstate 26 and U.S. Highway 78.

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Sanford takes aim at bailouts

COLUMBIA â€" Gov. Mark Sanford urged residents Monday to make their voices heard before Congress makes any more decisions about how to deal with the ailing economy. Sanford said that ordinary taxpayers are being hoodwinked and that he believes using more government money to push the nation out of a financial mess is a big mistake.

Homeless vets find hope

Army veteran David Platt used to sleep in abandoned houses in North Charleston, after his alcohol-fueled descent into homelessness.

Evans gets law license back

The state Supreme Court has reinstated the law license of Charleston attorney Mark V. Evans, who served nearly eight years in prison for the DUI hit-and-run death of Laura Griffin, director of the College of Charleston's substance abuse prevention program.

School closing hearings planned

Charleston County residents who want a say in which schools are closed and restructured should mark their calendars for Dec. 10, 11, 15, 16 and 17.

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