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The City of North Charleston held its annual Veterans Day tribute on Wednesday, November 11, 2020, at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. Lt. Colonel Frederick Whittle, USMC (ret), was the keynote speaker. Whittle is a 1980 graduate of The Citadel and entered the Marine Corps in 198…

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Autism affects an estimated 1 in 54 children in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For many of these children, changes in routine present a big challenge.

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The Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier, which has been a Folly Beach icon since its construction in 1995, will be closing to the public on October 19. The pier will undergo a demolition and will be reconstructed out of concrete pilings and wood. The project is expected to last 28 months.

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The Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier, which has been a Folly Beach icon since its construction in 1995, will be closing to the public on October 19. The pier will undergo a demolition and will be reconstructed out of concrete pilings and wood. The project is expected to last 28 months.

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Demonstrators gathered at the corner of King and Calhoun streets around 6:30 p.m., before marching to Broad Street and back on Saturday, Sep. 26, 2020. Charleston police, State Law Enforcement Division and sheriff’s deputies also gathered downtown, parking cruisers in the square and along Me…

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