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5 Potential Gaps in Your Insurance Coverage

Did you know that despite the name, all-perils or comprehensive coverage insurance policies do not cover every possible risk?

Often homeowners need to add special addendums or supplement with a separate… 212 more words

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Berkeley Co., SC: Woman charged with felony DUI after fatal wreck | postandcourier.com

A woman was charged with felony driving under the influence following a fatal wreck Thursday in Berkeley County, troopers said.

Melanie Maguire, 38, was traveling east on Cooper Store Road outside of Moncks Corner when her 2002 Ford pickup ran off the right side of the road, struck a ditch and overturned, Highway Patrol reported. 49 more words

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REMINDER: Practice Tonight!

Berkeley County 4-H Shooting Sports will be holding a practice this Wednesday, September 3rd at 6PM. As usual, we will meet at the Back Creek Valley Bow and Gun Club… 40 more words

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Moncks Corner, SC: Man charged with DUI in overnight fatality | postandcourier.com

A woman walking along U.S. Highway 17A was struck and killed early Saturday by a drunk driver who initially fled the scene, authorities said.

Sedaris Mabry, 55, was struck by a pickup truck as she was walking along North Live Oak Drive, also known as Highway 17A, near Berkeley Middle School, Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury said. 126 more words

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DuPont To Sell About 300 Acres on the Cooper River

DuPont has plenty of land for its future in Berkeley County and has decided to sell off about 305 acres adjacent to its chemical plant.  The land is zoned heavy industrial, includes dock accessibility and has access to a CSX rail line.  30 more words

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Next Practice is scheduled for September 3rd

The next BC4HSS practice is scheduled for Wednesday, September 3rd. As usual, the meeting will start at 6PM at the Back Creek Valley Bow and Gun Club… 15 more words

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800 More Residential Units Coming to Cane Bay in Berkeley County

NJ-based Hovnanian Enterprises will build an 800-unit age-restricted subdivision within Cane Bay, joining some existing 1,500 homes there.  Tyrone Richardson of The Post and Courier has the announcement.