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Charleston Fire Department monitoring fire on marsh island near Johns Island

2015 July 01 - 22:43

The Charleston Fire Department has been working a fire on an isolated marsh island near Johns Island all day, but have reported that it is under control.

Tourists top RiverDogs, 2-1

2015 July 01 - 22:42

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — The Charleston RiverDogs got on the board early Wednesday night, but did not score again and were doubled up by the Asheville Tourists in a 2-1 loss at McCormick Field.

Police: Contract worker arrested after choking female tenant, stealing wallet

2015 July 01 - 22:31

A contract construction worker at a Charleston apartment is behind bars after allegedly getting into a tenant’s apartment and choking her with a rope before stealing her wallet and fleeing the area.

U.S. investigation: Did airlines cooperate to keep fares sky-high?

2015 July 01 - 21:17

WASHINGTON — The U.S. government is investigating possible collusion among major airlines to limit available seats, which keeps airfares high, according to a document obtained by The Associated Press.

Mount Pleasant Huddle House closes; Kickin’ Chicken to relocate

2015 July 01 - 19:00

The Huddle House restaurant, a fixture at the base of the Ravenel Bridge in Mount Pleasant since the 1980s, closed at the end of June after its lease expired.

Deaths Summary for Thursday, July 2, 2015

2015 July 02 - 00:01

BROKES, Aladar J., 77, of Mount Pleasant, husband of Joy Brokes, died Tuesday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.

Deaths and Funerals for Thursday, July 2, 2015

2015 July 02 - 00:01

ALEWINE, Betty, Summerville

Ultimate crime, ultimate penalty

2015 July 02 - 00:01

The death penalty lives, thanks to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling issued Monday. That 5-4 decision rightly upheld the use of a lethal-injection drug against the overreaching challenge that it violates the Eighth Amendment prohibition against “cruel

Overturn veto on Fireproof Bldg.

2015 July 02 - 00:01

Charleston’s Fireproof Building was built to last, and has served its purpose as a secure repository of public and historical documents since 1827. But it needs major renovations and the project deserves the budgetary assistance of the state.

Torso, leg identified as N. Charleston man accused of pushing co-worker off bridge, jumping in

2015 July 01 - 19:49

The human remains that washed up in recent weeks at Dolphin Cove Marina have been identified as a North Charleston man who was suspected late last year of pushing a co-worker off a bridge and then jumping in after him.

Letter: Marriage freedom not a threat

2015 July 02 - 00:01

Why do those who loudly militate for “religious freedom” consistently attempt to limit the freedom of others? Marriage is an individual and intimate decision: if you don’t wish to marry a person of the same sex, don’t.

Letter: Scalia’s one-liners

2015 July 02 - 00:01

Anyone who follows Justice Antonin Scalia’s antics knows that he wants to be known as a funny man. “Totally hip” only begins to describe his amiable and hilarious wit.

Letter: Families of victims offer ‘powerful words’

2015 July 02 - 00:01

As I watched the eloquent and emotional eulogy to Rev. Clementa Pinckney by President Obama, I was once again struck by this fact: The response of the families of the victims of the horrific massacre at the Mother Emmanuel AME church was dramatically

Letter: Uphold zoning requirements

2015 July 02 - 00:01

Neighborhood associations across the city should take notice of what’s happening in Byrnes Downs regarding the enforcement of the single-family zoning ordinance.

Letter: Strengthen mental health protections

2015 July 02 - 00:01

Like the citizens of our community, I was devastated by the senseless shootings at the Emanuel AME Church. We are all left wondering why this happens. We have heard the media’s explanation that it was racism and lack of gun control, and no doubt


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