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Legal questions linger over what to do with Laurel Hill Plantation

Twenty-five years after Charleston preservationist John Muller's death, people still are trying to figure out how to carry out his final wishes.

Legal questions linger over what to do with Laurel Hill Plantation

Twenty-five years after Charleston preservationist John Muller's death, people still are trying to figure out how to carry out his final wishes.

Miller 'nose' a little about Charleston

Talk about making a lasting, if less than desirable, first impression. In an exchange that would have local hospitality officials cringing if they had been tuning in, funnyman and radio-talk-show Dennis Miller took a call Friday afternoon from a woman identified only as "Amy from South Carolina." Amy was responding to a question about the contents of Brunswick stew.

IRS softens heart for taxpayers

WASHINGTON â€" As the nation sinks deeper into recession, the IRS is offering to waive late penalties, negotiate new payment plans and postpone asset seizures for delinquent taxpayers who are financially strapped, but make a good-faith effort to settle their tax debts.

Real estate center to present 2 forums

The College of Charleston's Carter Real Estate Center will present two forums in the weeks ahead to discuss conditions in the credit markets and their impact on the nation's commercial real estate industry.










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