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City's crime ranking eases

There was some good news and some bad news for North Charleston in a new annual ranking of crime in U.S. cities. The good: the city's standing improved slightly. The bad: not by much.

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Bring guns, get money

North Charleston police want to make a deal. Give them a working gun, and in return, they'll give you a $100 gift certificate to Wal-Mart. No questions asked, no I.D. required. Drive up, drop off and drive away.

Gambling revenue might cut pain

Legalizing video poker and other gambling could bring the state new tax revenue to fund such programs as the Charles Webb Center that are being axed because of the budget crisis, state Sen. Robert Ford said Monday. Ford, a Charleston Democrat whose district includes the Webb Center, said he was unaware that the state Department of Disabilities and Special Needs cut $150,000 for the center, scheduled to close at the end of December.

Residents have 2 weeks to pay reduced fees

MONCKS CORNER â€" Berkeley County residents and developers have two weeks to pay a reduced fee for connecting to the county's water and sewer system.

Sheriff, council remain at odds

SUMMERVILLE â€" Dorchester County Sheriff Ray Nash is about to leave office, but there's no sign that his long-running feud with the County Council will end until he's gone. Tensions surfaced again last week when the council voted to freeze Nash's overtime spending during his last few weeks as sheriff.

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