The Agenda: Charleston schools OK bus deal; Local troops on alleged ISIS list; Mt. P. looks to curb growth

Conroy opening gym


A T-38 pilot prepares for takeoff from Joint Base Charleston in 2011 - USAF PHOTO
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  • A T-38 pilot prepares for takeoff from Joint Base Charleston in 2011

Defense Department officials are reportedly asking some South Carolina-based military to remove personal information from their social media accounts after some U.S. service-members' names were said to have been posted online by an ISIS-related Internet hacking group. Source: P&C, WIS-TV, AP

As Charleston County Schools continues to look for a new superintendent, a search that some say hasn't been done in public view, the school board voted last night to approve a controversial five-year, $67 million deal with Durham School Services to provide busing for the district. Source: P&C, Live 5 News

Novelist Pat Conroy is opening a new fitness studio, according to a Beaufort Gazette report. Conroy said on Facebook, " I'm doing it because there are four or five books I'd like to write before I meet with Jesus of Nazareth as my mother promised me ... and I can't write them unless I'm healthy." Source: AP, Beaufort Gazette, Facebook

The Town of Mount Pleasant, which has faced pressure from developers and longtime residents alike, says it will raise impact fees and tighten zoning in an effort to curb growth in the sprawling Charleston suburb. Source: P&C


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