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|Woman's new anguish|
MOUNT PLEASANT â" The home that once provided hope for Rebecca Sloan caught fire Friday morning, and while her 7-year-old grandson alerted her to the flames so they could escape, it seems they will need to start over with a new home yet again.
| Man accused of assault, arson |
Charleston police are looking for a 29-year-old man accused of assaulting the mother of his child Friday morning, then torching her Romney Street apartment. Investigators have obtained arrest warrants to charge Michael Demario Jackson of North Charleston with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature, stalking, first-degree burglary and arson, police public information officer Charles Francis said.No chance to snap history?
ORANGEBURG â" He is witness to history. He documented the civil rights movement from its beginning in the segregated schools of Clarendon County, to the peaceful boycotts on the streets of this old farming town, to the massacre at South Carolina State â" through six decades of social revolution.Lowcountry King-Obama events
Clyburn reflects on King's legacy in light of Obama's win
COLUMBIA â" Hanging in Jim Clyburn's congressional office is a photo from the last time he saw Martin Luther King Jr. alive: It captures a moment when a lamp crashed to the floor while King give a speech. Everyone's eyes stare to the left, toward the gunshot-like sound of the crash. King, alone, remained focused forward at the speaker's podium, undaunted.
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