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Charge added in DUI case

Charleston Police have filed a third felony DUI charge against a woman accused of causing a crash that killed a local chef early Sunday. Public Information Officer Charles Francis said the additional charge was filed against Amy Finch McCormick, 37, of James Island, because her 3-year-old son also was injured in the wreck that killed Brett Maynard and injured his wife, Jill.

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Drayton Hall denied charter

The Charleston County School Board shot down Drayton Hall Elementary's request to convert to a charter school in an intense and contentious called meeting Wednesday night.

Ex-treasurer will finish term at halfway house

Former state Treasurer Thomas Ravenel, serving 10 months in prison on a cocaine charge, has been moved from the federal lockup in Jesup, Ga., to a halfway house in North Charleston, his attorney confirmed Wednesday.

Homeowners offered appraised value

The city of North Charleston has made an offer to the people living in the shadow of the Charleston County incinerator, but the homeowners still haven't decided whether to stay or move.

Scarborough loses challenge

COLUMBIA â€" Democrat Anne Peterson Hutto claimed victory Wednesday when the State Election Commission denied former Rep. Wallace Scarborough's request to toss out the results of the House District 115 race.

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