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350 jam schools meeting, demand to be heard

Downtown residents bucked Charleston County School District rules Tuesday night, refusing to obey the district-imposed time limit for public comment and challenging the agenda for the public hearing on proposed options to close and restructure schools.

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CSO cuts costs by moving concerts

Nearly one month after local arts organizations announced that their survival was in jeopardy and with just two weeks of fundraising time left before the new year arrives, the future of major Charleston arts groups remains uncertain.

Alternatives to I-526 project to be weighed

The S.C. Department of Transportation will consider alternatives other than extending Interstate 526 to Johns Island, project manager David Kinard says. But he's not certain whether the $420 million set aside for completing the road can be used for other options. Kinard presented th...

Bauer uses Web site as fundraiser

Andre Bauer has got a deal for you. Take this deluxe, red-felt pool table â€" only $2,340.

Power plant gets DHEC permit

Santee Cooper's proposed coal-fired power plant in Florence County will be allowed to release more than 90 pounds of poisonous mercury a year and other air pollutants under an air quality permit granted Tuesday by the state Department of Health and Environmental Control.

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