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posted on
August 9th, 2010
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TheDigitel Charleston
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Charleston

Goose Creek farmers market calls it quits

The market in Goose Creek just couldn't make it, few were coming and few were selling and now the market has decided to take an early end to the season.Head on over to The Post and Courier for the ...

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posted on
August 9th, 2010
from
TheDigitel Charleston
based in
Charleston

For-profit visitor centers gain more ire in Charleston

As the market for free tourist info along with a strong sales pitch to buy time shares continues to grow, more and more locals seem to be getting fed up with what they call a deceptive industry tha ...

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posted on
August 9th, 2010
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TheDigitel Charleston
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Charleston

By deer and dove: Hunting season nearly here in South Carolina

Just a few more weeks until the seasons open again and Tommy Braswell has a nice rundown about what you need to know and upcoming eventst; take a read over a The Post and Courier.And just a month u ...

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posted on
August 8th, 2010
from
TheDigitel Charleston
based in
Charleston

Three more localized meetings on James, Johns islands I-526 work to be held

The Post and Courier is reporting that the S.C. Department of Transportation will add three more meetings about proposed I-526 expansion plans for James and Johns islands.The times and locations of ...

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posted on
August 8th, 2010
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TheDigitel Charleston
based in
Charleston

Speed crackdown coming to I-26 from North Charleston to Columbia

Thanks to several portions of I-26 between North Charleston and Columbia gaining a statistical reputation for being quite deadly, South Carolina police are starting a speeding crackdown on Monday, ...

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posted on
August 8th, 2010
from
TheDigitel Charleston
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Charleston

Understanding why college tuition is rising so fast in South Carolina

I think most of us know the long and short of it: South Carolina funds public higher education a lot less than many other states, so while we don't pay for college on our taxes, we do pay when kids ...

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posted on
August 8th, 2010
from
TheDigitel Charleston
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Charleston

Robbye Poole of Summerville playing strong in USTA Pro Circuit

From Summerville and graduate of the University of Mississippi, Robbye Poole is having a strong showing in the USTA Pro Circuit and has earned a ranking of #630 in the world.Read abo ...

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posted on
August 8th, 2010
from
TheDigitel Charleston
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Charleston

A video from the final show of Dante's Camaro

So sorry if you missed the final show of Charleston's most offensive, hard-rocking cover band, Dante's Camaro, on Friday.But if you did miss, I do have some good news: Local photog Jonathan St ...

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posted on
August 7th, 2010
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TheDigitel Charleston
based in
Charleston

Rockville regatta, party, and history reach the 120 year mark

Boats, beer, massive crowds, plus rural South Carolina scenes.Though I've never been much of a boating person, I still enjoyed Bo Person's piece about the a 120-year-old Rockville Regatta ...

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posted on
August 7th, 2010
from
TheDigitel Charleston
based in
Charleston

Surfing waves looking good this weekend in Charleston, South Carolina

With Tropical Storm Colin pushing off the East Coast, the waves are expected to be pretty good off Folly, Isle of Palms and the like beaches this weekend, particularly on today, August 7.The Post a ...

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