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The Category 5 storm devastated the Bahamas in late August, but left the Carolina coast mostly unscathed. But in the month since Dorian skirted Charleston, more than 600,000 cubic yards of vegetation, trash and brush has been collected in the county, surpassing previously estimated numbers and even topping debris amounts from Hurricane Matthew. 

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Who doesn’t enjoy a Japanese or Chinese takeout order from time to time? Do you always order the same thing, or do you periodically take a chance on trying something on the menu you’ve never tasted before? I usually operate under the premise that I know what I like, and I like what I know.

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Founded in Charleston in 1842, the Citadel is just of one six senior military colleges in the united states. Despite its historic and overwhelming military presence, it commissions the fewest percentage of armed service officers compared to its rival schools. 

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A large section of a Hard Rock Hotel under construction beside New Orleans' historic French Quarter collapsed Saturday amid blinding dust and flying debris, killing one person and injuring more than 20. Rescue workers headed into what was left of the largely unstable building seeking two people still unaccounted for.

A story about Charleston County School District on Page A3 in Saturday's editions incorrectly stated the date of the next community listening session.The next meeting will be held Oct. 15 at Haut Gap Middle School for proposed changes to District 9 schools. 

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Charleston-area residents may be paying for pricey houses, but those prices make the Holy City and its surroundings the best place to own a home in South Carolina, according to a new study.

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Almost a year on, a legal fight to set the road map for how South Carolina deals with imperiled beach houses has stalled. The challenges that have popped up in the case beg the question of whether the state can really be compelled to deal with vulnerable oceanfront properties as sea levels rise and storms intensify.

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Marvin Leroy Capers-Smith of Bonneau was recently captured in New Jersey. He is charged with starting a January 2018 fire that caused $1 million in damage and destroyed a department store, an event decor business and a gift shop in Holly Hill.