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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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Towns/Cities near charleston, south carolina : Hanahan Mt Pleasant Sullivan's Island Ladson North Charleston

Charleston News
South Carolina school district sues in insurance case

A South Carolina school district has sued a North Carolina insurance brokerage, saying it sold the district excessive policies and charged too much. The Post and Courier of Charleston reported the Berkeley County School District sued in U.S. District Court seeking more than $42 million from its former chief financial officer, two men at the Charlotte insurance brokerage and several insurance companies.

Lowcountry Man Busted Trying To Claim Stolen Lottery Tickets

Agents of the South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division arrested a Lowcountry man this week after he allegedly tried to claim winnings from the S.C. Education Lottery using stolen tickets. Kinyard Maurice Sheppard , 27, of North Charleston has been charged with five counts of "falsely making, altering, forging, uttering, passing or counterfeiting of a lottery ticket."

Here's where to pre-order your King Cake in Charleston

We've got a little less than a month before Mardi Gras, but that doesn't mean local pastry shops aren't already taking orders for King Cakes, those "flat, misshapen rings of cinnamon roll dough coated with a layer of sloppy icing that looks smeared on by a three year old" as Robert Moss once described them. For the uninitiated, King Cakes are a New Orleans tradition where the King Cake represents the biblical Three Kings.

Lagunitas to abandon Charleston brewery, tapped out by the cost of building repairs

Lagunitas is giving up on its East Bay Street brewery, because it would cost too much to repair the historic building's structural problems. Dave Munday/Staff Lagunitas is giving up on its East Bay Street brewery, because it would cost too much to repair the historic building's structural problems.

Women's March returns to Charleston this weekend with 2,000 demonstrators expected

The massive Women's March that sprouted in cities all over the world after President Donald Trump's inauguration one year ago will return to Charleston this Saturday at Brittlebank Park, where organizers expect 2,000 demonstrators will rally for voting rights ahead of the pivotal 2018 midterm elections. Last January, organizers estimated about 4,000 people marched in Charleston, despite the rainy weather, in solidarity with the millions of protesters in Washington, D.C., and around the globe.

Boeing wants action plan after Charleston airport snow debacle

A grader scrapes the apron at Joint Base Charleston while Charleston International Airport remained closed to arrivals and departures on Jan. 6 after the Jan. 3 snowstorm. File/Wade Spees/Staff A grader scrapes the apron at Joint Base Charleston while Charleston International Airport remained closed to arrivals and departures on Jan. 6 after the Jan. 3 snowstorm.

Hot ticket alert: Spoleto tickets on sale Mon. Jan 22

It may be hard to imagine spring in Charleston post winter snowstorm, but the 2018 Spoleto Festival USA 2018 is sneaking up on us. The festival runs from May 25-June 10, featuring the usual array of theater, opera, dance, jazz, and orchestral performances throughout downtown Charleston.

Blotter: Getting away with crap

Blotter o' the Week: A Target loss prevention manager noticed a woman walking hastily through the store and shoving merchandise in a diaper bag, giving a whole new meaning to "getting away with shit." An Eastside woman was charged with six counts of damage to real property after tagging a bank with the words "Kill Capitalism, Kill Cops," a church and a house with "Kill Cops," a house with an anarchy symbol, a house with an inexplicable "Fuck HM," and, for variation, a house with "Fuck Cops."

Not Your Momma and Daddy work through your family issues for you

Your parents are probably to blame for a lot of what is wrong with you, but they also taught you to read and use a spoon. To paraphrase Hamlet, who had his own share of mommy issues, "Therein lies the rub."

Precautionary boil water advisory issued for portion of neck area in N. Charleston

Officials with the Charleston Water System have issued a precautionary boil water advisory for customers in a portion of the neck area of North Charleston. "The advisory applies to approximately 180 residential and 40 commercial customers in the area from King St. Extension between Braswell Street and Baker Hospital Road, west to the Ashley River.

Boil water advisory issued for residents of the Neck area in North Charleston

Charleston Water System announced on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018, that residents of the Neck area in North Charleston should boil their water as a precaution against possible contamination. Charleston Water System/Provided Charleston Water System announced on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018, that residents of the Neck area in North Charleston should boil their water as a precaution against possible contamination.

Charleston man charged with attempted murder in Tuesday afternoon shooting denied bond

A Charleston man accused of shooting at two people Tuesday afternoon, seriously injuring one, was denied bond during a Wednesday court hearing. Walter English Pearsey, a 54-year-old Lee Street resident, faces two counts of attempted murder and one count of possessing a handgun during the commission of a violent crime.

Eddie Bauer to close Tanger shop in North Charleston; Banana Republic closing in Mount Pleasant

BJ's Wholesale Club CEO Chris Baldwin talks about the new Summerville store during a visit to the Lowcountry in June 2017, when the store opened. File/Brad Nettles/Staff Eddie Bauer is offering huge discounts at its only Charleston-area store in Tanger Outlets in North Charleston.

Charleston's latest dining trend: magic shows

Today in trendspotting: Magicians in Charleston restaurants. Not two days after reporting that the Music Farm is now home to Platia food truck and its accompanying magician Edoardo Pignataro - who provides table-side slight of hand as guests eat the pop-up's Greek food - Henry's on the Market has announced that it too has joined the growing restaurant-meets-magic scene.

46th Annual MLK Parade marches down Charleston

On Monday, Jan. 15, the City of Charleston's local organizations marched on the downtown pavement in the 46th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade.

Democrats in Charleston area to hold precinct reorganization

Democrats in the tri-county area will hold their precinct reorganizations in the next two weeks. Two precinct reorganizations are planned for Saturday.

Hicks column: Charleston is in a no-win situation with the Calhoun monument

In 2015 workmen remove graffiti from a statue of John C. Calhoun in Charleston after it was painted with the words "racist" and "slavery." Confederate monuments in a half-dozen places that week were defaced.

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