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9:32 am on Thursday April 3, 2014

Relocating? Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Beaufort areas among nation's most popular

It's not a secret: South Carolina's Lowcountry is a fast growing and an ever-so popular spot to move to — but notable is just how popular all three of it's coastal community hubs are to relocate to, ranking in the top 60 spots nationwide. Estimates...
12:19 pm on Monday December 30, 2013

South Carolina adds another 50,000 residents

The Palmetto state grew some 1.07% from mid-2012 to mid-2013, according to the latest Census Bureau estimates.
6:43 am on Friday January 2, 2009

Census Bureau still looking to hire 300 locals

Image by U.S. Census BureauImage by 20081210-census.jpg Update January 2: They're still looking. The Post and Courier has a fresh write-up with a few more details. First reporting: The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for hundreds of locals to help...
12:05 pm on Monday September 29, 2008

S.C. likes speaking English and being from S.C.

Image by Flickr user jlmaral Image by 20080929english.jpg The U.S. Census Bureau has released some new data for 2007 on what people speak at home and where they are from. Greg Hambrick at the Charleston City Paper did some sifting through that data...
5:44 am on Friday July 11, 2008

Big growth in the Lowcountry

New population estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau show some hefty figures for the Charleston area. Charleston only saw a 14 percent rise in residents since the 2000 census, but Mount Pleasant had a 36 percent increase, and Summerville a whopping 59...
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