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Steel mill's temporary shutdown will rattle Georgetown's economy

GEORGETOWN â€" They're shutting down the steel mill Friday, and everyone here knows what that means. It'll be a blue Christmas for the Front Street stores. There will be a lot of empty tables at downtown restaurants. And local companies that depend on the mill's business will soon be in trouble.



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Mental Health cut to the bone

Sandi DeVore suffers from bipolar disorder, marked by dramatic mood swings between mania and depression. The 61-year-old Hanahan resident lives on a fixed income and relies on the state Department of Mental Health to control her symptoms.

Girl flees possible abduction attempt

MOUNT PLEASANT â€" Police are asking for the public's help in locating a suspect in a possible attempted child abduction Monday afternoon in Seaside Farms.

Bees Ferry project planned

Despite the downturn in the housing market, the Bees Ferry Road area on Charleston's northwestern edge continues to be a hot spot for new development.

Ghost walk turns into scary story

A group of tourists on a walking ghost tour of downtown Charleston on Tuesday night now have a spooky story of their own to tell.










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