A recent Charleston County court ruling appears to open a new avenue for parents to send their children to any public school they choose — if they have the money to buy land.
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The weekend brought life back to Charleston after Hurricane Florence. The airport reopened on Saturday along with the evacuation orders from M…
All five of the district’s wealthiest schools are overwhelmingly white. All five of the poorest are overwhelmingly black. That’s a problem.
The annual First Day Festival held at Liberty Square Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018 downtown Charleston.
Former Mayor Joe Riley applauds Ben Navarro on a previous occasion. More recently, Navarro pledged $250,000 to the International African Ameri…
Charleston resident Ben Navarro (right) was trying to buy the Carolina Panthers. File/Provided
Charleston resident Ben Navarro (right) recently purchased the Volvo Car Open and all operations at Family Circle Tennis Center.
Charleston resident Ben Navarro (right), with former Mayor Joe Riley, pledged $250,000 to the International African American Museum. File/Provided