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Mass transit key to state's transportation future, supporters say

2014 September 23 - 21:47

Travel would be safer and more efficient if the region and state developed a top-notch mass transit system, advocates said Tuesday night.


Two-way plan for Spring and Cannon streets moves forward

2014 September 23 - 21:25

Charleston City Council Tuesday unanimously approved a $4.2 contract with AOS Specialty Contractors to beautify and improve Cannon and Spring streets before converting them to two-way streets in late 2015 or early 2016.


Berkeley County schools Superintendent Rodney Thompson asks to be released from contract

2014 September 23 - 21:02

Berkeley County School District Superintendent Rodney Thompson has asked to be released from his contract next summer, according to an email sent to district employees Tuesday night.


Deaths and Funerals for Wednesday, September 24, 2014

2014 September 24 - 00:01

ALBEN, Kent, Charleston


Deaths Summary for Wednesday, September 24, 2014

2014 September 24 - 00:01

ALBEN, Kent Charles, 76, of Charleston, a retired welder and pipe fitter, died Saturday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funerals and Cremation.


Charleston City Council approves one-year moratorium on new bars in the peninsula's entertainment district

2014 September 23 - 20:14

Downtown residents were elated and bar owners were disappointed when Charleston City Council Tuesday voted in favor of granting initial approval to a one-year moratorium on new bars in the peninsula's entertainment district that can stay open past


City Council gives initial approval to extend King Street bike parking ban

2014 September 23 - 20:12

Charleston City Council Tuesday gave initial approval to extend a King Street bike parking ban from Calhoun Street south to Market Street.


Coast Guard rescues two after winds turn over sailboat

2014 September 23 - 19:46

Powerful gusts capsized a sailboat in the whitecaps of Charleston Harbor on Tuesday and two people were rescued by a U.S. Coast Guard cutter.


Sheheen pulls latest ad attacking Haley on DSS

2014 September 23 - 19:44

COLUMBIA - Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Vincent Sheheen rolled out Tuesday an advertisement critical of Gov. Nikki Haley's handling of the Department of Social Services that included inaccurate information.


Break-in suspect uses credit cards

2014 September 23 - 19:29

GOOSE CREEK - Two Xboxes, an iPod, two phone cards and ear buds - the LED television had to be voided when the amount was declined on the stolen credit card.


Charleston Battery's Dane Kelly earns USL Pro First Team honors

2014 September 23 - 19:13

Charleston Battery striker Dane Kelly was named to this season's USL Pro All-League team on Tuesday.


Increased gun sales a shot in the arm for DNR

2014 September 23 - 19:12

A bump in gun sales partly based on the fear that new restrictions could be placed on firearm ownership translated into a $3.4 million jump in federal excise taxes flowing into the S.C. Department of Natural Resources' coffers in 2014.


Dick Bender named assistant basketball coach at College of Charleston

2014 September 23 - 19:03

College of Charleston coach Earl Grant added another assistant basketball coach to his staff on Tuesday.


Mercedes labor chief seeks union foothold at Alabama plant

2014 September 23 - 18:38

The head labor official on Daimler AG's supervisory board says he considers it "unacceptable" that the German automaker's Mercedes-Benz plant in Alabama stands alone among the company's factories around the world without union representation for its


Coke, Pepsi pledge to reduce calorie consumption

2014 September 23 - 18:29

NEW YORK - Coke, Pepsi and Dr Pepper said Tuesday they'll work to reduce the calories Americans get from beverages by 20 percent over the next decade by more aggressively marketing smaller sizes, bottled water and diet drinks.


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