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Clemson grad center has critical mission
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Clemson nears completion of North Charleston graduate center, names director

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Workers are still putting the final touches on Clemson’s graduate school building in North Charleston, but the university is getting closer to opening its new addition in earnest.


North Charleston Council OKs bulletproof vests for firefighters
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North Charleston approves bulletproof vests for firefighters

Thursday, August 25, 2016

North Charleston’s firefighters will soon be the first in the Lowcountry to wear bulletproof vests into situations that could involve gunfire.


On the Beat: Clemson will line up against Auburn quarterback Sean White
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On the Beat: Clemson will line up against Auburn quarterback Sean White

Thursday, August 25, 2016

CLEMSON — Now Clemson knows who it is up against.


New development coming in 1944 case of boy, 14, executed in death of 2 girls
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New development coming in case of African-American boy, 14, executed in death of 2 white girls

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Charleston School of Law President Ed Bell will hold a press conference Friday morning to announce a new development in the case of George Stinney Jr., a 14-year-old African-American boy from Alcolu ...


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Zero George Street principal expanding

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The company that owns the hotel Zero George Street and the restaurant Cannon Green in Charleston plans to spend $15 million renovating a historic inn near Washington, D.C.


Police: 25-year-old Charleston man surrenders after stabbing 2 at Mount Pleasant party
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Police: 25-year-old Charleston man surrenders after stabbing 2 at Mount Pleasant party

Thursday, August 25, 2016

A 25-year-old Charleston man surrendered to Mount Pleasant authorities Thursday after allegedly stabbing two people at a house party Saturday.


Ex-Clark Academy director reassigned as Stall teacher
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Report: HaLevi reassigned to teaching position after giving ‘plausible’ account of bus incident

Thursday, August 25, 2016

After an internal investigation of an April incident on a school bus, former Septima P. Clark Corporate Academy Program Director Andrew HaLevi has been reassigned to teach English at Stall High


Crazy about sea turtles
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All about the turtles: S.C. Aquarium marks 200th release, new $5 million hospital

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Thursday’s release of the 200th sea turtle rehabilitated by the South Carolina Aquarium underscores how its mission has gradually expanded from interpreting the state’s aquatic


Church, community to host tailgate for North Charleston High School football team
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Church, community to host tailgate for North Charleston High School football team

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The Park Circle community is banding together to support the North Charleston High School football team.


Second man arrested in connection with fatal shooting last year at Summerville gas station
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Second man arrested in connection with fatal shooting last year at Summerville gas station

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Authorities have arrested a second person in the June 13, 2015, killing of a man at a Summerville gas station.


USC’s use of live animals spurs complaint
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Docs ask feds to probe use of live animals at USC med school

By MEG KINNARD Associated Press  – Thursday, August 25, 2016

COLUMBIA — The emergency-medicine training program at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine violates federal law by using live animals, according to a complaint filed Thursday by ...


Charleston Animal Society hosts disaster preparedness training for animal control, welfare agencies 
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Charleston Animal Society hosts disaster preparedness training for animal control, welfare agencies

Thursday, August 25, 2016

With hurricane season in full swing, the Charleston Animal Society is on a mission to make sure state agencies and South Carolina residents have disaster plans that account for pets and other animals.


‘Dazed and confused’
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Sapakoff: Ridiculous that NCAA, SEC, ACC still don’t monitor concussions

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Deep within a Clemson football helmet and a 21-year-old skull, things suddenly got fuzzy on Aug. 8. Jay Guillermo, the Tigers’ 6-3, 325-pound senior center, suffered a concussion during a


High School Football Predictions
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High School Football Predictions

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Football coaches across the country, at every level, will tell you that a team improves the most from the first game of the season to the second.


Clemson’s Ben Boulware: From hotshot teenager to defensive captain
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Clemson’s Ben Boulware: From hotshot teenager to defensive captain

Thursday, August 25, 2016

CLEMSON — The pouring rain fell on the pivotal moment of Clemson’s season. One 2-point conversion for Notre Dame, either forcing overtime or sealing the Tigers’ victory. At the


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