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9:17 am on Sunday April 20, 2014

Old Amtrak stop to see new life as region's bus, taxi, train hub

Plans for a new intermodal taxi, train, bus transport hub at West Montague are being dropped in favor of redeveloping the area around the old Amtrak station.
11:40 am on Tuesday November 19, 2013

Port Royal Elementary nomination to National Register of Historic Places advances

A state-level panel has approved Port Royal Elementary School's advancement on the historic register.
7:53 am on Thursday October 24, 2013

Latest Clemson architecture building design is here

Check out Clemson University's newest set of designs for an Architecture Center at Meeting and George streets.
3:31 am on Wednesday July 31, 2013

Port Royal Elementary School may earn historic designation

At 102 years of age, Port Royal Elementary School could soon be added to the National Register of Historic Places.
5:16 am on Monday June 17, 2013

Faded Charleston paint and the science of original colors

Always beige, or just faded? It's forensic surgery, but for buildings.
9:05 am on Saturday May 18, 2013

Smithsonian to preserve, display Edisto slave cabin

After local restoration attempts failed, one of the last standing slave cabins in the Lowcountry was headed for imenent collapse — until the Smithsonian Institution stepped in to save the Edisto Island structure at Point of Pines.
4:17 am on Saturday March 23, 2013

Photo: Repairing the Von Harten building on Carteret Street

Terry Payton cleans up the historic Von Harten Bros. building on Carteret Street. Payton said there were no immediate plans for the building.
12:13 pm on Monday March 11, 2013

More folks taking the Charleston Amtrak train

The number of passengers taking Amtrak is continuing to grow across the nation, but the local numbers are also on the up and up. The Post and Courier writes that some 84,000 took a train from North Charleston, that's up from 50,000 in 1997 — that's...
8:12 am on Monday March 11, 2013

More folks taking the Charleston Amtrak train

The number of passengers taking Amtrak is continuing to grow across the nation, but the local numbers are also on the up and up. The Post and Courier writes that some 84,000 took a train from North Charleston, that's up from 50,000 in 1997 — that's...
5:46 am on Sunday February 24, 2013

Carteret Street Catholic reopens after extensive rennovation

The small Catholic chapel on Carteret Street has received months of long overdue repairs and renovations and reopened on Friday.  St. Peter's Chapel, built in 1846, was been closed since 2007.

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