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Restoration revives hidden history

Bruce Smith AP Writer Charleston, SC — Eighty-six-year-old Johnnie Leach leans on his cane as he sits in warm sunshine on the steps of the old slave cabin where he raised 13 children four decades ago. Despite the humble setting ...

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Finding the perfect mix

Brendan O’Brien Special to The Daily Reporter Financing and design have traditionally stood in the way of developers seeking projects that strike the perfect blend of residential and retail. But as the concept of a mixed-use development becomes a standard ...

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Darkness looms over Sun Belt

Todd Lewan AP National Writer Orlando, FL — We first heard the term decades ago: The “Sun Belt” was just starting a run of phenomenal growth — and no wonder. It conjured a sunny state of mind as well as ...

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