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Charleston County Council votes to raise its salary

2014 October 21 - 19:46

Charleston County Council voted to give itself a double-digit pay raise on Tuesday.

College of Charleston picked to finish sixth in CAA; Adjehi Baru named All-CAA second team

2014 October 21 - 19:29

The Colonial Athletic Association's coaches, media relations directors and media members believe the College of Charleston is the sixth best basketball team in the league this season.

Sapakoff: CCSD flunks Watermelongate logic test with Academic Magnet

2014 October 21 - 18:59

The scene from a Charleston County School District investigation that cost too much time and Bud Walpole's job took place inside a closed-door Academic Magnet High School classroom last Thursday, according to a student involved.

Charleston police looking for felon on gun charge after West Ashley assault reported

2014 October 21 - 18:02

Police are looking for a convicted felon after a man said he pulled a gun on him during an argument in West Ashley.

James Island woman's stabbing death to go to trial

2014 October 21 - 17:57

Friends and family of stabbing victim Tasha Lucia gathered Tuesday in a Charleston County courtroom with hopes of hearing the woman's accused killer plead guilty in her death.

Berkeley County lawsuit brings overtime change for deputies

2014 October 21 - 17:44

Overtime policies for some deputies in the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office are changing as the result of a lawsuit settlement.

Lowcountry author publishes first novel

2014 October 21 - 17:39

Local writer Lindy Carter's first novel, "Annaliese From Off," published by Five Points Press, now is available.

Better way of doing business at DOT emphasizes customer service, Oakley says

2014 October 21 - 17:01

People who use the state highway system are customers whose needs are a new focus at the state Department of Transportation, the agency's director said Tuesday.

5 problems McDonald's is facing in the U.S.

2014 October 21 - 16:49

NEW YORK - Times are getting leaner for McDonald's.

Russian are heads above the rest of us in eating cabbage

2014 October 22 - 00:01

Cabbage is grown around the world, but few nations are as fond of the brassica as Russia, where the average resident eats 44 pounds of cabbage every year. While cabbage soup is a staple of Russian cuisine, cabbage also is valued for its hangover-fighting

Mount Pleasant-based Southcoast Financial reports gain in 3Q earnings

2014 October 21 - 16:09

The owner of Southcoast Community Bank said Tuesday that its third-quarter profit rose 49 percent from a year ago, a gain fueled largely by asset sales and cost cutting.

Clemson notes: Watson still the starter once he's healthy

2014 October 21 - 15:45

CLEMSON - Barring "something unusual," Cole Stoudt is a seat-filler.

Lexington County teacher charged with DUI at school

2014 October 21 - 15:33

RED BANK, S.C. - A Lexington County teacher has been charged with driving under the influence after arriving at school.

Harley-Davidson tops 3Q net income expectations

2014 October 21 - 15:17

MILWAUKEE - Harley-Davidson's third-quarter profit fell nearly 8 percent on a planned reduction of motorcycle shipments for the quarter.

Greenville schools to screen students for Ebola

2014 October 21 - 15:06

GREENVILLE, S.C. - Greenville County schools will be screening new students for Ebola before they enroll.

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