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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

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Dixie Furniture's downtown Charleston store has sold and gone empty

The Dixie Furniture store at 529 King St., a fixture since 1952, was empty Thursday. The building was sold this week.

Corrigan Gallery launches Imprimatur Charleston next Fri. June 2

What's a better housewarming party for an art gallery than the celebration of a new artists' and collectors' organization? Corrigan Gallery hosts the formal launch of Imprimatur Charleston, an organization supporting printmakers and collectors, on June 2, 5-8:30 p.m. The celebration features a display of work by Imprimatur's 10 founding members, along with a presentation by collector Louis Wright on Charleston Renaissance printmakers. Imprimatur Charleston started back in 2013, inspired by Charleston's century-long printmaking tradition and the form's recent resurgence.

BWW Previews: Spoleto Festival Usa in Charleston, SC

For seventeen magical days at the start of summer, some of the world's greatest artists assemble in one of America's greatest cities. The 41st annual Spoleto Festival USA kicks off in Charleston this weekend, and as usual America's premiere performing arts festival delivers a healthy dose of theatre.

Dangerous Liaisons gets a reboot, in a bunker

It's not a stretch to call Quartett , Luca Francesconi's internationally-acclaimed opera that makes its U.S. debut in Charleston this week, a piece of ultimate fan fiction. The story of Merteuil and Valmonte, two vengeful ex-lovers sparring through the cruelty and seduction of each other's family and friends, was born in 1782 in Pierre Choderlos de Laclos's novel, Les Liaisons Dangereuses .

Oh no, not again: Charleston tops yet another list, in this case, South Carolina's largest cities

Forgive some Charlestonians if they keep the cork nestled inside their champagne bottles upon hearing their city is again South Carolina's largest. That's because so much of Charleston's civic dialogue at the moment revolves around the pressures and problems associated with rapid population growth, not to mention its growing popularity among tourists.

Charleston port on its way to East Coast's deepest harbor with federal dollars in hand

The COSCO Development, which visited the Port of Charleston on May 13-14, is the largest container ship to visit the East Coast. File/Provided/ The COSCO Development, which visited the Port of Charleston on May 13-14, is the largest container ship to visit the East Coast.

Charleston man arrested on child porn charges

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson announced on Wednesday the arrest of Kyle Johnson Long on one charge connected to the sexual exploitation of a minor. He was arrested on May 19. According to a press release, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force investigators with the City of Charleston Police Department made the arrest.

Authorities identify infant who they allege was killed by mother in North Charleston hotel May 11

Williams' parents Alexis Grant, 22, and Vashawn Williams, 26, were both arrested May 12 in connection with the child's death . Grant was charged with homicide by child abuse, and Williams was charged with unlawful conduct toward a child.

Police make second arrest in fatal Charleston shooting

Demetrius Jamiek Young, 19, of North Charleston, is charged with murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime, police spokesman Charles Francis said. K'Sone Campbell, 24, of Charleston, was arrested two days after the incident on May 13, Francis said.

College Of Charleston: "TERF War"

Apparently the acronym stands for "Trans-Excluding Radical Feminists." If you are still scratching your head in befuddlement, the term refers to feminists who withhold their support from transexuals.

The Charleston Performing Arts Center brings the story of Princess Di to life through music

If you, dear reader, are perplexed by the words "Princess Diana, The Musical" strung together in a seemingly innocuous way, well, you are not alone. Yes, we can all get behind an adoration of the late great Princess Di, a devoted philanthropist, the "world's princess," and a stylish and beautiful wife and mother who promised to rock the boat of England's reticent and stuffy royal realm.

Amazing Sweet Spot offers a fair take on desserts in North Charleston

A banana boat with fresh bananas and strawberries among other toppings at the Amazing Sweet Spot in North Charleston on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Michael Pronzato/Staff Not everything at the Amazing Sweet Spot is sweet.

Developer to sell West Ashley's 'Dead Pig' site to city of Charleston, avoiding eminent domain fight

Wintergreen Capital, a Charlotte-based development firm, agreed to sell its 2A1 2-acre site at Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Sumar Street to the city for $3 million, and Charleston City Council unanimously approved the purchase on Tuesday. The decision came after Council narrowly voted on April 25 to support the mayor's plan to declare eminent domain if necessary to acquire the property.

Kitty Robinson leaving as CEO of Historic Charleston Foundation after 17 years

As the city of Charleston grapples with one of its biggest building booms, a preservation group that serves as a key development watchdog soon will be looking for a new leader. Katharine "Kitty" Robinson announced Tuesday she will be leaving as president and CEO of the Historic Charleston Foundation, which she has led for 17 years.

Condemned church shooter Roof seeks appellate court mercy updated

In this April 10, 2017, file photo, Dylann Roof appears in the Charleston County Court to enter his guilty plea on murder charges in Charleston, S.C. Roof had his first appeal of his death sentence for killing nine people in a racist attack on praying worshippers in a Charleston church rejected Wednesday, May 10, by the same judge who presided at his trial. COLUMBIA, S.C. -- A white supremacist sentenced to death for killing nine worshippers in a racist attack at a Charleston church has petitioned an appeals court for mercy.

Flood advisory issued for Charleston and Berkeley counties, up to 3 inches of rain possible

Cars drive through floodwater at King Street and Huger Street in Charleston on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. Mary Katherine Wildeman/Staff Cars drive through floodwater at King Street and Huger Street in Charleston on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

Paratroopers departing from Joint Base Charleston on Thursday will drop from 2 dozen C-17 aircraft

A C-17 Globemaster III aircraft from the 14th Airlift Squadron at Charleston Air Force Base releases flares over the Atlantic Ocean during a local exercise in 2006. Roughly two-dozen military aircraft will take off from Joint Base Charleston on Thursday - soaring over the area of Cooper River Bridge and bound for North Carolina's Pope Field at Fort Bragg - to participate in a formation exercise in which paratroopers and critical equipment will be dropped from the aircraft.

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