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Library Society possesses letters between 1st president, Pinckney

George Washington was a tad frustrated. In 1796, the president asked Charleston native Charles Cotesworth Pinckney to serve as his minister to France, an important position given the ongoing revolution there. James Monroe was out, and Washington needed someone he could trust to take over the delicate diplomatic position.



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Library Society possesses letters between 1st president, Pinckney

George Washington was a tad frustrated. In 1796, the president asked Charleston native Charles Cotesworth Pinckney to serve as his minister to France, an important position given the ongoing revolution there. James Monroe was out, and Washington needed someone he could trust to take over the delicate diplomatic position.

Groups tackle school revamp Residents shaping own ideas for saving money

Pockets of residents across Charleston County are attempting to create proposals that would restructure and close schools in their communities, but uniting hundreds of people around such an emotional and controversial plan can be a difficult proposition.

Tiny park sits in I-26 shadow

Patricia Clayton arched her back and pumped her legs forward, propelling the swing ever higher toward the canopy of concrete and steel that shuddered and rumbled overhead with the din of Charleston's rush-hour traffic.

Nonprofit struggling as volunteers care for elderly in economic crisis

Laureen Deibert co-founded Love Inc. four years ago. Running the nonprofit was fun. She and a handful of volunteers brightened the lives of Lowcountry seniors, making crafts and singing songs.










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