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Civilian looks at Guantanamo

GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA â€" Gitmo? The images flow fast: Soldiers herding men in orange jumpsuits behind a razor-wire cage; prisoners with shackles and black hoods kneeling on Cuban dirt. They mix with others we've all seen â€" soldiers treating prisoners like dogs at Abu Ghraib â€" along with my own memories of hardened lifers with the Irish Republican Army I once visited in an Irish prison.

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Enforcement staffs shrinking

It's more than fish at risk in the waterways because of state budget cut. Already strained wildlife officers and coastal regulators are scrambling amid staff reductions and cutbacks in fuel and equipment.

Mixson neighborhood takes shape

Those designing Mixson's first public space knew it needed to be special â€" and not just because the mayor bought the pink home right across the street. The courtyard needed to be both beautiful and flexible because it serves as the only outdoor space for six new residences that border on it.

New law on leaf burning likely

SUMMERVILLE â€" This could be the last fall that thousands of Dorchester County residents can burn leaves in their yards.

Planning director hired

MONCKS CORNER â€" Berkeley County has hired a new planning and zoning administrator to lead the county through a critical time.

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