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Communities want Frierson Elementary, St. John's High schools to remain open

Residents of Johns and Wadmalaw islands united Monday and presented a community-created proposal for the district to close and restructure local schools to save money. Many spoke in support of the plan, which would allow St. John's High School to stay open and would change Angel Oak Elementary School to pre-kindergarten through second grade.

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2 area principals named S.C.'s best

Area principals won two of the three statewide Principal of the Year awards announced Monday. In Charleston County, Wando High School's Lucy Beckham garnered the High School Principal of the Year award from the South Carolina Association of School Administrators.

New heart research path opens

In the largest study of people with an intractable and common form of heart failure, researchers found that adding a blood pressure medicine to the patients' regimen made no difference.

Boys & Girls site scrambles for cash

After dark on Charleston's Mary Street, dozens of neighborhood children played and sang along with Christmas carols outside the Boys & Girls Clubs, while adults wondered how they will keep the center's doors open after next week. Boys & Girls Clubs of the Trident Area lost $100,000...

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She is 3 years old, shy, but sure of herself. She stands up proudly with a casual air. The red wolf is the newest member of the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, where the roaming rare wolves used to be a singular event.

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