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8:22 am on Monday August 27, 2012

South Carolina has a case of the dropsies

Flickr User: William Hook Oooops... It might be the laid back nature of the south, or a lack of caring, either way South Carolina has the dropsies when it comes to Apple's 'i' devices.  Squaretrade, one of the nation's largest warranty companies...
2:23 am on Wednesday May 2, 2012

Charleston Architects' Redesign of Classic Marquee Makes National List

The Atlanta Cities names Sottile Theatre marquee as one of North America’s Most Distinctive May 2, 2012 (Charleston, SC) –  The redesign of the Sottile Theatre marquee in downtown Charleston, SC, a collaboration of architects Whitney Powers and...
12:56 pm on Tuesday February 8, 2011

S.C. Highway Patrol given $1.5M to catch up with speeders, including those in Charleston

The S.C. Highway Patrol has been given an additional $1.5 million to work overtime in order to better patrol some of the state's most dangerous roads, including those in the tri-county. The State has a report on the initiative that you can read here...
6:05 am on Tuesday February 8, 2011

S.C. Highway Patrol given $1.5M to catch up with speeders, including those in Lowcountry

Flickr user nostri-imago The S.C. Highway Patrol has been given an additional $1.5 million to work overtime in order to better patrol some of the state's most dangerous roads. The State has a report on the initiative that you can read here. In terms...
4:55 am on Thursday February 18, 2010

When it snowed in Charleston, it tripled the accident rates

Image by Flickr user drobnikm You'd think a snow storm wouldn't increase the number of accidents too much. Sure, it's easier to crash but one would assume folks would be more cautious when driving, if at all, so you'd have far fewer and more...
5:04 am on Monday September 28, 2009

Wrecks bring interstate traffic to standstill in North Charleston on I-26 and I-526

Image by S.C. DOTImage by 20090928-traffic.jpg The latest from Twitter (live updates) A series of wrecks has choked traffic on I-26 eastbound near Ashley Phosphate Road, and I-526 west near the Don Holt Bridge. The Post and Courier has an early...
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