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Charleston is known as The Holy City due to the prominence of churches on the low-rise cityscape, particularly the numerous steeples which dot the city's skyline, and for the fact that it was one of the few cities in the original thirteen colonies to provide religious tolerance, albeit restricted to non-catholics. Charleston was also one of the first colonial cities to allow Jews to practice their faith without restriction.

Population: 111978
Local Newspapers: The Post and Courier
Local Sports Teams: Charleston RiverDogs (Single A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Charleston Southern University College of Charleston

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A year after leaving Charleston's Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy, Rob...

After almost 30 years of comforting and counseling victims of tragedies around the Lowcountry, the Rev. Rob Dewey is shaping his own future.

Charleston laundromat serves as gathering place, resource for the needy on Charleston's East Side

"They do a great thing. They bring people together," said Leroy Dobson as he finished washing his clothes - including his boots - at Laundry Matters on Charleston's East Side, where Wayne Hunter from First Baptist Church of Mount Pleasant deposited coins for those who came to the weekly free laundry night.

Luxurious mansions you can stay in

Charleston, S.C.: Named the No. 1 Small City Hotel in the United States by Travel + Leisure in 2015, the Wentworth Mansion in downtown Charleston provides a taste of Southern charm in the most regal of settings.

Kristen Bell at the SAG Awards Proved She Should Host Everything

Julie Sprankles is a freelance writer living in the storied city of Charleston, SC. When she isn't slinging sass for SheKnows, she enjoys watching campy SyFy creature features , trolling the internet for dance work... In addition to the inevitable pressure that comes with being the host of any awards show, Kristen Bell really had her work cut out for her as the first host ever of the SAG Awards.

Charleston-area hires and promotions

Krista Gorman has been named a certified interior designer at LS3P Associates Inc . She has bachelor's degrees in art history and interior design from Converse College and a master's degree in interior design from Savannah College of Art and Design .

Charleston board to review plans for accommodations on Starbucks site

Charleston's Board of Architectural Review will consider a request to demolish the Starbucks at Calhoun and East Bay streets and plans for a 100-room hotel or timeshare on the site. Dave Munday/Staff The lawsuit concerns a hotel that's planned in the former Wild Wing restaurant building, which has been under renovation, and the site of the former Molly Darcy's on East Bay Street, which has been demolished.

Charleston Home + Design Show takes center stage this weekend

The high-end custom home show offers several free seminars and lectures by leading architects, interior designers and custom builders. Local builder Mark Regalbuto of Renew Urban Charleston and architect Bill Huey of Bill Huey + Associates will be on hand Sunday afternoon to talk about their involvement in the Hasell Street project in downtown Charleston for the PBS series, " This Old House ."

With cargo containers on the rise, Charleston ports agency looks for more space

With the number of cargo containers traveling through East Coast ports on the rise, the State Ports Authority is stacking the boxes higher and tighter at the Port of Charleston to increase capacity at its terminals. Provided/State Ports Authority With the number of cargo containers traveling through East Coast ports on the rise, the State Ports Authority is stacking the boxes higher and tighter at the Port of Charleston to increase capacity at its terminals.

To Auschwitz and back: Holocaust survivor Joe Engel's story preserved forever on film

It began with an informal chat in a dentist office but rapidly evolved into a film project that presents and preserves the story of one of Charleston's best-known Holocaust survivors. The resulting documentary, "To Auschwitz and Back: The Joe Engel Story," will have its public premiere Wednesday at the Terrace Theater on James Island.

Young Charleston dancer Lena Matthews prepares for Broadway

Lena Matthews practices at the Charleston Ballet Center for Dance Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018 in Mt. Pleasant.

Federal data says homelessness is down more than 22 percent in S.C., but shelters say otherwise

Ted Taylor, 59, uses a shovel to remove debris from a burned house near a homeless camp in Summerville on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2017, while Anthony Hyatt, 56, looks on. Taylor has been clearing away the burnt material from the house so they can have an area for a fire pit to keep warm.

Saturday's Women's March Rally for Electoral Justice focused...

Demonstrators hold signs and flags at the Rally for Electoral Justice, a follow-up to 2017's Charleston Women's March, on Jan. 20, 2018. The follow-up to last year's 2,000-strong Charleston Women's March was met with sunny skies and crisp temperatures Saturday afternoon at Brittlebank Park.

North Charleston, Summerville pageant winners crowned

Kathryn Liberstein was named Miss Summerville Teen, Allie Richardson was named Miss North Charleston Teen and Gracie Hicks was named Miss Lowcountry Teen. Eight ladies competed for the chance to become the next Miss Summerville or Miss North Charleston while 12 teens competed for the teen crowns.

Thousands rally for electoral justice, celebrate Women's March in Charleston

About 2,000 people gathered in Brittlebank Park in downtown Charleston on Saturday to celebrate the anniversary of last year's Women's March on Washington and to call for electoral justice. The rally was hosted by the South Carolina chapter of the Women's March on Washington.

One year after Trump's inauguration, second Women's March draws 3,500 protesters to Charleston

Protesters holds signs and chant during the Women's March at Brittlebank park downtown on Saturday, Jan 20, 2018. Leroy Burnell/Staff Protesters holds signs and cheer during the Women's March at Brittlebank park downtown on Saturday, Jan 20, 2018.

'Harbinger' exhibit at Redux in Charleston rooted in found objects

Carey Morton's sculpture, "Myth," is made of found steel and wood and stands as both a relic and "a monolithic symbol for the archetypical journey that one must invariably face in their own right. David Quick/Staff Part of the Carey Morton's "Harbinger" show at Redux includes a series of wall-mounted sculptures of guns made out of found medical equipment, such as crutches and old syringes.

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