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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
Can former police officer Michael Slager's 20-year sentence deter other killings?

Former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager appears during his 2015 bond hearing after his arrest in Walter Scott's shooting. File/Staff In dashboard camera footage, North Charleston police officer Michael Slager walks up to Walter Scott's Mercedes-Benz, which he had stopped April 4, 2015, because of a broken brake light.

Snow still falling in SC. Temps dropping in the Lowcountry. How cold will it get?

The snow is still falling in northwestern South Carolina, according to the National Weather Service in Greenville, and it should continue into at least Saturday afternoon. Roads are still very drivable in the Greenville area, said Jake Wimberley, meteorologist with the weather service in Greenville, as snow has, for the most part, been melting as soon as it touches them.

Interfaith arts group in Charleston addresses social justice issues

Marcus Amaker led a session with local students exploring the theme of social justice through poetry. The meeting was one of four organized by the Charleston Jewish Federation and Charleston Promise Neighborhood.

Major new hotel north of Charleston's Waterfront Park not roiling the waters

One reason why many Charleston groups seem pleased with plans for a new hotel just north of Waterfront Park is because the development would continue the park northward. J. Jiang/Provided The new hotel at the State Ports Authority offices would make parkland along the water's edge and where the Fleet Landing parking lot currently sits.

Downtown Charleston house fire investigated as arson, suspects sought

Firefighters at the scene of a house fire on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017 on Line Street. The incident is being investigated as arson.

North Charleston police arrest man in Summerville in connection with 2016 homicide

Brandon Grayer was arrested on murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime, burglary in the first degree and kidnapping, according to North Charleston PD public information officer Spencer Pryor. Police responded to Waters at Magnolia Bay Apartments in Summerville, located at 10765 Highway 78, at about 11:30 p.m. in reference to attempting to locate a wanted suspect.

Details Emerge In SC Judicial Scandal

Ten-year veteran judge Kristi Harrington withdrew her name from consideration before the S.C. Judicial Merit Selection Commission earlier this week after she was accused of having improper contact with a member of the state legislature. Judges and judicial candidates are not allowed to solicit commitments from the legislators who elect them, however the real reason for Harrington's ouster was a flood of anonymous comments from attorneys objecting to her "judicial temperament."

Rebekah Jacob exhibits at Miami's Scope Art Show, dismisses Charleston critics as 'irrelevant'

Rebekah Jacob has tacked "Vedado" onto her gallery name. Vedado is a central business district in the city of Havana, Cuba.

Charleston's poet laureate Marcus Amaker releases new book of poetry January 1

Charleston's first poet laureate, Marcus Amaker, is ready to release his latest project - one that he tells us he's really proud of. e mpath , a 185-page poetry book, comes out on Jan. 1 2018, featuring poems on the topics of Charleston bars, lynchings, social justice, social media, love, Prince, family, and feminism.

Repaving of Spring, Cannon streets in downtown Charleston delayed until 2018

Ryan Wilson works along Cannon Street on Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017. The repaving of Spring and Cannon streets has been delayed until 2018.

Charleston commission removes most critical language from new Calhoun plaque

The city of Charleston's History Commission has finalized the language for the plaque to be placed in front of the towering John C. Calhoun monument in Marion Square. After undergoing several rounds of revisions at commission meetings over the past few months, the plaque now offers a much gentler explanation of the 19th century politician's place in South Carolina history.

Brown's Court starts serving beer and wine starting tonight,...

Brown's Court Bakery joins a growing list of Charleston coffee shops that offer boozy beverages in addition to their caffeine and pastry lineup. Tonight, head to Brown's Court starting at 4 p.m. for discounted pours of draft beer during happy hour ; a variety of canned and bottled beers, wines, and mimosas; and a menu of focaccia, pretzels, homemade condiments, and pastry chef Carrie Ann Bach's "host cakes."

Video key in ex-officer's stiff sentence for killing

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Ex-cop Michael Slager sentenced to 19 to 24 years for shooting death of Walter Scott

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10 Things to Know for Friday

In this April 4, 2015 image from video, Walter Scott, left, is shot by police officer Michael Thomas Slager in Charleston, S.C. Slager, a white former South Carolina officer was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, for fatally shooting Scott, an unarmed black motorist in the back in 2015, wrapping up a case that became a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement.

10 Things to Know for Friday

Police escort buses moving students and faculty from Aztec High School after a shooting Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, in Aztec, N.M. . Firefighters stand on the rooftop of a beach house to water down the property while battling a wildfire at Faria State Beach in Ventura, Calif., Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017.

College of Charleston area gets fancy, updated street signs

You probably use downtown street signs all the time. But you might not realize that many of the signs downtown also bear the name of the neighborhood and unique design touches.

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