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School closings considered

The future of more than a dozen school communities could be in jeopardy as a result of a broad plan for restructuring and closing schools disclosed Monday by leaders in the Charleston County district.

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Pastides braces for lean times

COLUMBIA â€" University of South Carolina students might pay more tuition and have fewer classes to select from next year as a result of major cuts in support money from the state. Harris Pastides, president of the state's flagship university, said Monday that cuts since June total $38.9 million, and more are expected later this week.

Legend leads new Wave

For his many triumphs, John McKissick's record shows two aberrations â€" 1957 and 2001 â€" his only losing seasons at Summerville. The Green Wave mustered a 1-8-1 record in '57, McKissick's sixth year, and a 5-7 mark in his 50th year.

Relatives of 8 of the nine firefighters who died to split more than $5.6M; 18 defendants remain

The families of eight of the nine Charleston firefighters who died battling last year's Sofa Super Store blaze have reached a multimillion-dollar partial settlement with several companies they claimed were negligent in the deaths of their loved ones.

Councilman wants animals in trucks, convertibles restrained

Call it a seat-belt law, for dogs. Animals riding in the backs of pickup trucks or in convertibles with the top down would have to be tethered or caged under regulations City Council will consider this evening.

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