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The City of North Charleston celebrated the holiday season with their annual Christmas Festival including music, food and visits with Santa along with a parade that illuminated the evening around Park Circle. 

Plants that start as seedlings grown in the eleven plots overseen by the Charleston Parks Conservancy at Magnolia Park and Community Garden in West Ashley are chopped, cooked and created into healthy meals by volunteers at AMOR Healing Kitchen on Johns Island that are then delivered to patie…

Former S.C. Governor Mark Sanford prepares to head home from New Hampshire after dropping out of the GOP primary, days after saying he would spend all of November campaigning in the state.

Waters are rising in Venice where the tide is reaching exceptional levels just three days after the Italian lagoon city experienced its worst flooding in more than 50 years.

Trident United Way held its 19th annual Day of Caring Friday, November 15, 2019. 5,500 volunteers from 139 companies around the Tri-County region worked on 264 projects across the Tri-County area.

Southern Roots Smokehouse and Vive Le Rock Productions brought the annual Rockabillaque to North Charleston’s Park Circle on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019. The event included a car show, tattoo, beard and mustache and pin-up contests, beer, food, vendors from the Charleston area and much more.

Women veterans can sometimes be overlooked especially walking down the street in everyday clothes. It is hard to notice someone who served in the military while not in uniform. Here are sixteen veterans in the Charleston area ages from 21 to 83 and the stories they share.