Charleston Narrowly Avoids Florence’s Wrath

Sep 25, 18 Charleston Narrowly Avoids Florence’s Wrath

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All attention these past few weeks has been on hurricane Florence and her trek along the southeastern coastline. Despite leaving a trail of devastation in her wake, Charleston — which possesses nearly 90 miles of that coastline — seemed to escape unscathed. “We got lucky,” said Amanda Knight, Mount...

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8 Projects That Can Help You Increase the Value of Your Home

Sep 17, 18 8 Projects That Can Help You Increase the Value of Your Home

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If you’re planning on selling your home, it’s perfectly viable to put it on the market in the exact condition it stands in today. However, if you want to get top dollar for your house, then you should consider some of these updates to boost the value of your home. New windows Buyers love hearing that a home has new...

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Multiple Government Contractors In The Spotlight This Month For Theft

Sep 13, 18 Multiple Government Contractors In The Spotlight This Month For Theft

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What is going on with our government’s contractors? People were laughing at the quirkily named “Reality Winner” just recently, a 26-year-old Georgia woman and former Air Force translator who did contract work most recently at the National Security Agency’s office in Augusta. Winner was accused of smuggling a...

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The Fate Of Cancer: New ‘Vaccine’ Looks Promising

Sep 11, 18 The Fate Of Cancer: New ‘Vaccine’ Looks Promising

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There’s a new weapon in the war on cancer. Described as a “cancer vaccine”, the new development is actually a form of immunotherapy administered via a vaccine-like injection. The American Society of Clinical Oncology stated that a “cancer vaccine” can refer to a treatment that’s used to prevent...

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Salty Water: Unhealthy Response To Hard Water Has Big Potential Impact

Sep 04, 18 Salty Water: Unhealthy Response To Hard Water Has Big Potential Impact

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Around 80% of the entire country suffers from the presence of hard water. While not physically dangerous to consume, hard water causes the buildup of soap residues and makes laundering clothing just a little bit more difficult, not to mention the fact that many people dislike the way it tastes. Water softeners are employed to...

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