The Agenda: Millions traveling this week; Chs. stories leave their mark on 2015; Citadel "crawls"

Feds level charges of killing raptors on Orangeburg property


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U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham said today that he'll end his campaign for the presidency. Source: P&C

S.C. unemployment is at its lowest level since 2001. Source: Columbia Biz

An estimated

rticle/20151219/PC1610/151219292/1005/lower-gas-prices-means-record-holiday-travel-in-sc">1.4 million South Carolinians
will travel at least 50 miles during the Christmas and New Year's period, fueled by some of the cheapest gas in the nation. Source: P&C

The shooting death of Walter Scott and the June church massacre at Emanuel AME were two of the most significant American news stories of 2015, according to the Wall Street Journal. Source: WSJ

An Ohio-based real estate investment firm will buy two properties owned by Hank Holiday, including the DoubleTree hotel near the Market and Hank's seafood restaurant. Source: P&C

P&C reporter Paul Bowers on the front page Sunday: "The Citadel crawls into the modern era"

An Orangeburg attorney is facing federal charges for killing birds of prey on his plantation property, allegedly in an effort to stop the raptors from depleting the local game bird population. Source: P&C

With more development projects beginning all the time, the city of Charleston says it will allow builders to hire their own independent building inspectors instead of requiring them to wait for stretched-thin city staff. Source: P&C

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