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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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Charleston News
Hicks column: South Carolina's historical record shouldn't be confined to four horrible years

Republican House members Bill Chumley and Mike Burns say they want to honor African-Americans who fought for the Confederacy with a statue on Statehouse grounds. Unfortunately, it just looks like a cynical ploy to advance the revisionist claim that the Civil War was not sparked by issues of slavery.

Opinion: Fighting Racism Is Not Just a War of Words

Amid the cultural amplification of Donald Trump's brand of belittling speech, college campuses are wrestling with how to respond to emboldened acts of expressive racism.

Johnson helps Charleston Southern rout Savannah St. 52-27

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Porter Gaud Sex Abuse: Was The Past A Prologue?

"What's past is prologue," Antonio, brother of Prospero, said as he plotted with Sebastian to murder the latter's father, Alonso the King of Naples. The phrase implied that everything up to that moment in Antonio and Sebastian's lives had led them - fated them - to a future that would flow from their treachery.

Students trace Martin Luther's legacy in Charleston churches

Students from University School of the Lowcountry walk through the sanctuary of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. The students were at the King Street church as part of their study of the Protestant Reformation, which is having its 500th anniversary this year.

Colour of Music Festival reveals official 2017 poster

Featuring black classical composers and performers from around the world, the fifth annual Colour of Music Festival showcases the works of black musicians whose names have been historically overlooked in the U.S. The festival, which started Wednesday, has revealed its 2017 poster design, and it's incredibly timely. Designed by Charleston-based artist Colin Quashie and graphic designer Gil Shuler , the poster features a five string violin, which is meant to represent the fifth year of the festival.

College of Charleston Foundation sells King Street building for $5M paving way for 10-room inn

The new owners of the brick-facade building at 284 King St., center, plan to put retail space on the ground floor and 10 vacation rental units on the top two floors. The building sits to the right of the structure that housed Nick's Original BBQ restaurant until earlier this year when the structure's facade began to buckle and restoration work began.

6 fun things to do in Charleston this weekend

There's a little bit of fun for everyone at Saturday's Harvest Festival and Block Party in North Charleston. Live music all weekend long on the Isle of Palms to benefit MUSC's Murray Center for Research on Parkinson's Disease at the Shine a Little Love Festival.

Charleston Restaurants to Try

There are few Southern cities with as dizzying food scenes as Charleston . While in the past, it was known as a sleepy, historic town where visitors could find a plate of genuine shrimp and grits, now the peninsula is packed with some of the region's best restaurants, and new ones are constantly opening.

Democrats in S.C. governor's race making first statewide appearance together Nov. 18 in Charleston

The two Democrats vying to become South Carolina's next governor will appear together for the first time at an event for the party faithful in Charleston next month. State Rep. James Smith and Charleston business and technology consultant Phil Noble will be among seven speakers Nov. 18 at the Charleston County Democratic Party's annual Blue Jamboree event, county party Chairman Brady Quirk-Garvan confirmed Friday to The Post and Courier.

Charleston Animal Society helping with homeless animals from Puerto Rico

"While the headlines about these devastating hurricanes may be fading, the crisis for animals remains very real in these hard-hit areas," said Joe Elmore. "We are committed to helping as many of these animals as possible."

Feds deny request for report on North Charleston police, but senator joins growing calls for release

A North Charleston police cruiser patrols Rivers Avenue, 2 miles from where Walter Scott was fatally shot by officer Michael Slager. The shooting stirred controversy in which advocates demanded police reform.

North Charleston agrees to annexation of West Ashley plantation as agricultural zoning

North Charleston is in the process of annexing Runnymede Plantation, 114 acres on S.C. Highway 61 near near Magnolia Plantation and Drayton Hall. Brad Nettles/Staff North Charleston is in the process of annexing Runnymede Plantation, 114 acres on S.C. Highway 61 near near Magnolia Plantation and Drayton Hall.

Charleston Planning Commission pumps the brakes on new short-term rental regulations

Charleston's Planning Commission again held off on making any firm decisions on the proposed new ordinance that would govern short-term rentals across the city. Commission chair William Gordon Geer greeted the room full of concerned residents ready to speak out on the issue with the news that no vote would be taken Wednesday evening.

North Charleston middle school student accused of threatening student with pellet gun on bus

A 13-year-old student at Jerry Zucker Middle School in North Charleston is facing disciplinary measures after he allegedly threatened another student with a pellet gun on a school bus Thursday afternoon. The student, who was identified only as a male, used what authorities described as, "an air pellet pistol," and, "presented it in a threatening manner to another student," said Spencer Pryor, a North Charleston police spokesman.

North Charleston police arrest suspect in Hunters Ridge Lane homicide

Jaquez Gariel Brown, a 21-year-old resident of Ashley Avenue, was taken into custody by North Charleston police and U.S. Marshals on Thursday, police said. Brown faces one count each of murder and possessionn of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, police said.

Tonight: Head to Skinny Dip Charleston for Corroon trunk show

Kelly Corroon, founder of luxury luggage brand Corroon , will be visiting Skinny Dip Charleston tonight from 4 to 7 p.m. With three core principles in mind - weight, ease of use, and style - Corroon has designed chic, colorful bags that will make you look like a celeb whilst trudging through security. Shop the brand's signature double stripe style, or find a bag you love and have it personalized with stitched or hand-painted decals and monograms.

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