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For further information about Charleston and the surrounding area, please refer to the following links.  They will provide information about local events, news, lodging, dining, real estate, and other information.

Link to Charleston.Net
The Post and Courier, the South's oldest daily newspaper, traces its roots to The Courier, founded in 1803, and The Evening Post, founded in 1894.

Link to AccessCharleston.com
An online city directory for Charleston specializing in hotel and dining reservations for leisure travlers and the group & convention market endorsed by IATAN for the southeast.

Link to Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce
A membership organization, the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce was established in 1773.  And, while business has certainly changed since then, our desire to meet your needs has not.

Link to Charleston Convention & Visitors Bureau
Welcome to the official Charleston area online visitors guide, where you can explore all the wonders of our historic city.

Link to Charleston SC Navi-Gator
Navi-Gator provides detailed information on accomodations, attractions, dinning, shopping, golf, real estate and general information on Charelston and the surrounding areas.

Link to City of Charleston
The Offical Web Site of the City of Charelston. The site contains detailed information on city government, services and events within the City of Charleston.

Link to City of North Charleston
The City of North Charleston is located in Charleston and Dorchester Counties in the southeastern part of South Carolina. It is just northwest of the City of Charleston. Incorporated in 1972, it is South Carolina's youngest city of any size.

Link to Town of Mount Pleasant
Just minutes from downtown Charleston and the beaches you'll find the quaint, coastal Town of Mount Pleasant. Founded in 1680, historic Mount Pleasant offers plenty to see and do, and is centrally located to everything else in the Lowcountry!

Link to Town of Summerville
The town's name is evocative of its history. Situated on a pine-forested ridge, it was first inhabited in the late 1700's as Charlestonians and other inhabitants of the SC Lowcountry sought respite from the summer heat, mosquitos and disease.

Link to Trident United Way's Child Care Resources and Referral
The purpose of Child Care Resource & Referral is to link together parents, child care providers, and the community. Their goal is to improve the availability, accessibility and affordability of quality child care in our Tri-county service region.

LowCountry Area Public School Web Sites:

Link to Charleston County Schools

Link to Berkeley County Schools

Link to Dorchester County Schools



 

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