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Road, rail security topic of symposium.
October 31, 2007... Byline: Dave Munday Oct. 31--A simple shotgun blast to a trainload of chlorine tanks would be enough to send the residents of a nearby town running and put terrorism in the headlines. Why hasn't it happened yet, and what might be done to prevent it? Those are two of the questions...
Grocery staples soon will be a little cheaper.
October 31, 2007... Byline: Katy Stech Oct. 31--Beginning Thursday, many grocery-store staples no longer will be taxed in South Carolina. That help is on the way, South Carolina lawmakers say. A two-step plan to phase out the former 5 percent state sales tax on many foods wraps up Thursday when the...
2 men get probation in video gambling.
October 31, 2007... Byline: Schuyler Kropf Oct. 31--It was the modern equivalent of a Goose Creek speak-easy. But if you got inside, it wasn't to drink bathtub gin; it was to play illegal games of video gambling. For 10 months, from April 2006 to February 2007, the site operated around the clock,...
Group vows to fight new charter school.
October 31, 2007... Byline: Diette Courrege Oct. 31--JOHNS ISLAND -- Concerned residents and parents pledged Tuesday to fight against the charter school that wants to locate on the island and fight for their community's existing middle school. More than 20 people came to a community meeting at Haut Gap...
Coroner saves on updated facility; county gains with conversion of old building.
October 31, 2007... Byline: Andy Paras Oct. 31--MONCKS CORNER -- The old cinder block building with the collapsed roof was destined for demolition before Berkeley County Coroner Glenn Rhoad got hold of it. One year and about $13,000 later -- less than the estimated $25,000 cost to bulldoze it -- the...