A small South Carolina town that dosed some of its drinking water with an uncommon disinfectant may face a second lawsuit, and observers say t…
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A group of Denmark residents is alleging that the small South Carolina town has used an unapproved chemical to treat drinking water for the last decade. Attorneys filed a class action lawsuit, which included three plaintiffs upon filing, late Thursday afternoon.
Niya Graddick works in downtown Charleston
Berkeley County residents won’t see a property tax increase this year but they will pay in other ways to help their county keep pace with growth.
A man fleeing a Charleston County sheriff's deputy after an attempted traffic stop in Ravenel drove his car into a body of water near a boat l…
U.S. District Judge David Norton ruled that the Trump administration did not properly seek public input when it suspended protections to curb pollution in headwater streams and wetlands. The ruling marked a small win among environmental groups' larger fight against a new push to weaken federal environmental rules.
Residents of Kiawah, Seabrook and Johns islands should skip watering their lawns and other non-essential uses of water, authorities said, as C…
Water is being taken out so fast from rivers and lakes as well as underground, it soon won't be able to replenish. Yet, state regulators still haven't set limits for how much can be safely withdrawn.
It might be up to a group of about-to-be-convened resident councils to demand those limits.
Sarah Minotti lives in North Charleston.