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Vandals squeeze glue into locks of King Street businesses

Groups outside King Street stores early Friday morning weren't waiting for Black Friday sales to start. They were waiting for locksmiths. Vandals squeezed glue into the front door keyholes of 70 downtown Charleston stores overnight, delaying some business openings and rattling already stressed store managers.



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Drayton Hall Elementary in limbo on $2M charter question

Drayton Hall Elementary stands to gain about $2 million more a year by converting to a charter school, but Charleston County school officials say giving it that money would adversely impact the district's other schools. The school board deadlocked in a vote this week on whether to approve the school's conversion to charter status, and money was the central issue.

Black Friday not so bleak

Named for the day when retailers aim to get "in the black," or post a profit, Black Friday this year seemed more appropriately colored for a funeral, based on some early projections. But the reality on the streets and in the shops around the Lowcountry seemed far less bleak.

Vandals squeeze glue into locks of King Street businesses

Groups outside King Street stores early Friday morning weren't waiting for Black Friday sales to start. They were waiting for locksmiths. Vandals squeezed glue into the front door keyholes of 70 downtown Charleston stores overnight, delaying some business openings and rattling already stressed store managers.

Air Force captain helps shape parade

Planning President-elect Barack Obama's inaugural parade is no small job, and a Charleston Air Force Base captain is in the thick of it all. "It's definitely been an experience," says Capt. Christopher Moore, who works for the base's public affairs office but volunteered to help plan the military's role in the upcoming inauguration.










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