The swinging span of the twisted Ben Sawyer Bridge to Sullivan's Island itself hadn't been damaged by Hurricane Hugo, even though a lot of the gearing had. If you could get it back on plane, people could drive it until it was repaired, structural engineer Mark Nelson said. If. Read more
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Housing is a big industry in Charleston and across South Carolina, adding about $45 billion to the state's economy. But apartments are too, coming in at more than $28 billion across the Palmetto State, according to a new report. Read more
Police are on the hunt for a man accused of gunning down a 23-year-old in Charleston's East Side neighborhood early Saturday.
David Ryan Beach told deputies the dog had "behavioral issues," including urinating inside his home, so he took it to the backyard and tried to kill it with the shovel, according to an incident report.
The swinging span of the twisted Ben Sawyer Bridge to Sullivan's Island itself hadn't been damaged by Hurricane Hugo, even though a lot of the gearing had. If you could get it back on plane, people could drive it until it was repaired, structural engineer Mark Nelson said. If.
Columbia's airport sits in the middle of the state, but geography works against it as Midlands residents often look to nearby terminals offering more airlines with more flights to more destinations, often with cheaper fares. Airport officials are working to boost carrier options. Read more
At least twice while searching for a new president, enough USC trustees gathered to require public notification but they met in secret — including a trip to visit their favored candidate in Florida. Read more
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