You Paid For It

You Paid For It: Self-checkout kiosks at libraries

Community libraries are expanding and upgrading all over Charleston County, thanks to a $108.5 million bond referendum voters approved in 2014.

You Paid For It: Upcoming fireworks shows

  BCSD releases six months worth of documents at center of finance report investigation

  You Paid For It: Local mosquito control

  You Paid For It: Firefighter wellness

  You Paid For It: $290k ‘crime-fighting’ commode

  You Paid For It: CCSD teacher recruitement event

Continued Coverage

  You Paid For It: How DOT prioritizes road projects

  You Paid for It: Overdue Charleston County property taxes

  You Paid For It: Charleston County budgets money to fight opioid crisis

  You Paid for It: Cost of school bus transportation

  You Paid for It: Bridge Run by the Numbers

  You Paid for It: What federal dollars for Special Olympics fund in South Carolina

  You Paid For It! New library set to open in June

In just a few months, Charleston County will boast a brand new library for the first time in more than twenty years.

  You Paid For It: Tri-County housed, adopted out more than 20,000 animals

Last year, animal shelters in the Tri-County housed and adopted out more than 20,000 animals.Getting those animals off the streets and vaccinated is important for public health.

  You Paid For It: Charleston Battery repairs following Hurricane Irma

The Battery and White Point Gardens in Charleston were slammed during Hurricane Irma in September 2017.

  You Paid For It: Consumer Affairs services

Consumer watchdogs make up a very small part of our state budget, but a department accountability report shows those services are paying off for consumers in the end.

  You Paid For It: Flooding and drainage project on James Island

  You Paid For It: City wellness programs

  You Paid For It: Holiday Cheer

  You Paid For It: More than 100 price gouging complaints in SC so far

  You Paid For It: Top state salaries

  You Paid For It: Port access road on schedule to meet deadline

  You Paid For It: Gas Tax will increase next month

South Carolina has one of the lowest gas taxes in the country, but the state will continue collecting more at the pump to help pay for better roads.