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The $25 million Continuum provides students and adults in the poor, rural Pee Dee access to college courses and workforce training in classrooms that use the latest equipment and technology. Lawmakers say they're excited about the new opportunities the Continuum will provide Pee Dee students and think replicating it could be part of the answer for boosting other struggling, rural regions of the state. 

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Attorneys for South Carolina's highest-ranking Catholic continued to push back Thursday against allegations that Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone sexually abused a young parishioner in New York in the 1970s, saying the accusations were fabricated in an attempt to squeeze money from the church. 

Continuing from last week — here’s sort of a weird reality as we officially commemorate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock: The guitar really isn’t such a cool instrument anymore. It will alway…

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The city of Charleston has not decided whether to apply for $32 million from the State Infrastructure Bank to help raise the city's Low Battery seawall or to seek about $43 million for cost overruns on the city's ongoing Spring-Fishburne drainage project.

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The Limehouse Branch Creek in Ladson, near College Park, routinely floods after 2 to 3 inches of rain, according to residents and Berkeley County Council members. Now, officials are preparing to send off an application asking the Army Corps of Engineers to remove vegetation and sediment in the canal. 

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After failed settlement negotiations and more than a year of legal back-and-forth, a judge has dismissed South Carolina's complaint against the federal government seeking millions of dollars tied to the storage of weapons-grade plutonium at the Savannah River Site.

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The fields are set for two of the Lowcountry's highest profile local elections: the mayoral races in Charleston and North Charleston. And both are crowded this year, with six candidates in Charleston and five in North Charleston.

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Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone plans to stay on as South Carolina's top Catholic leader but will temporarily reduce his public presence in the wake of sex abuse allegations contained in a lawsuit filed in New York last week. 

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The $25 million Continuum provides students and adults in the poor, rural Pee Dee access to college courses and workforce training in classrooms that use the latest equipment and technology. Lawmakers say they're excited about the new opportunities the Continuum will provide Pee Dee students and think replicating it could be part of the answer for boosting other struggling, rural regions of the state. 

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After a brazen homicide in Charleston's East Side neighborhood, mounting frustrations have boiled over as residents search for ways to address ongoing public safety issues and feelings of neglect among black residents.

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Attorneys for South Carolina's highest-ranking Catholic continued to push back Thursday against allegations that Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone sexually abused a young parishioner in New York in the 1970s, saying the accusations were fabricated in an attempt to squeeze money from the church. 

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Charleston's City Council will consider asking the State Infrastructure Bank for a $32 million grant to build up the nearly 100-year-old Low Battery seawall 2½ to 3 feet higher to match the height of the High Battery. 

Continuing from last week — here’s sort of a weird reality as we officially commemorate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock: The guitar really isn’t such a cool instrument anymore. It will always be the greatest instrument of course for people “of a certain age,” but not so much for many of to…

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North Charleston officials say agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement have not been given special authorization to enter residences without a warrant. That's what was claimed in a crop of "inauthentic" fliers that began popping up Tuesday night in various neighborhoods.