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A new local chapter of the nonprofit Bikes for the World is having great success collecting used bikes for developing countries, but it’s suddenly facing its first crisis: finding a place to store them before shipment.

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In the coming week, before the feasting and football of Turkey Day, there will be ample opportunities to burn some calories, starting with Saturday’s second annual Ultra Chili 50K.

In a classic case of the law of unintended consequences, the noble effort to remove trans fats from the human food supply appears to have resulted in a replacement ingredient that not only is likely harmful to the health of humans but ultimately to the planet.

For some reason, the recollections of Hurricane Hugo on its 27th anniversary last week made me recall its role in the construction of the Isle of Palms Connector bridge, which was finalized shortly after the storm and completed in 1993.

For some reason, the recollections of Hurricane Hugo on its 27th anniversary last week made me recall its role in the construction of the Isle of Palms Connector bridge, which was finalized shortly after the storm and completed in 1993.

In what has become the largest single triathlon in the Charleston area, the fourth annual Kiawah Island Triathlon is serving up even more to the 500-plus athletes registered for the event this year.

In what has become the largest single triathlon in the Charleston area, the fourth annual Kiawah Island Triathlon is serving up even more to the 500-plus athletes registered for the event this year.

Two mornings after Charleston City Council once again voted in favor of a plan to convert a lane on the northbound U.S. Highway 17 bridge over the Ashley River to a protected bike and pedestrian lane, news hit the airwaves that a cyclist had been hit on the bridge.

Two mornings after Charleston City Council once again voted in favor of a plan to convert a lane on the northbound U.S. Highway 17 bridge over the Ashley River to a protected bike and pedestrian lane, news hit the airwaves that a cyclist had been hit on the bridge.

In its 16-year history, the South Carolina Aquarium has treated and released 200 sea turtles, often to the delight of crowds of hundreds of human onlookers who watched them trek back into the Atlantic.

In its 16-year history, the South Carolina Aquarium has treated and released 200 sea turtles, often to the delight of crowds of hundreds of human onlookers who watched them trek back into the Atlantic.

Long before the summer race series on Daniel Island, at The Citadel and at Charles Towne Landing gave runners some pavement races to do in the heat of the Lowcountry summer, there was a gulf on the calendar between June’s Floppin’ Flounder 5K and August’s Race for The ARK 5K in Summerville.

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