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Sgt. Jasper building height battle wages on

The shadow of the Sergeant Jasper apartments looms over the peninsula and city politics.

City Council is voting Tuesday on how tall they will allow the apartment complex to be along with eight other sites downtown. 221 more words


South Carolina awarded federal grant for charter schools

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – South Carolina has won a federal grant to open and expand public charter schools that could total $30 million over five years. 96 more words


Riley and Tecklenburg discuss future of Charleston

A historic moment in Charleston Friday, the first time Mayor Joe Riley and Mayor-Elect John Tecklenburg met to discuss the city. Mayor Riley is Charleston’s longest serving mayor and, as you can imagine, he couldn’t pass down all of his wisdom from 40 years in office in just a one hour meeting. 364 more words


Two bodies identified by Charleston County Coroner

The Charleston County Coroner says they have identified the man whose body was found washed up in Northbridge Park Thursday. The believe it to be 23 year old Raheem Simpkins of North Charleston. 67 more words


Final Pickup of Storm Related Debris Begins Nov. 16

South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) contractors, in consultation with local government officials, will begin the final pickup of flood related debris on Monday, Nov. 16. 85 more words


Search is on for downtown Charleston assault suspect

DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON, SC — Authorities are searching for the man who assaulted a woman in downtown Charleston.

Charleston City Police say on Monday, November 2 at approximately 2:30pm, a man assaulted a female by grabbing her buttocks twice and making lewd comments. 75 more words


JetBlue adds second route from Charleston International Airport to Boston

JetBlue today announced that it will add a second daily flight between Charleston and Boston beginning April 4, 2016.

“The response to JetBlue’s award-winning service to Boston has been overwhelming from the beginning of the route in March 2011. 317 more words