The Post and Courier of Charleston has launched “Uncovered,” a project to cast new light on questionable government conduct, especially in smaller towns. The Charleston newspaper is working with local newspapers such as The Times and Democrat, leveraging The Post and Courier’s investigative resources with reporters who know their locales. Findings will be published simultaneously. For more on the project, visit https://www.postandcourier.com/uncovered/
This story is from reporting by Tony Bartelme, Glenn Smith, Joseph Cranney and Avery Wilks of The Post and Courier of Charleston.
- Tony Bartelme and Avery G. Wilks thepostandcourier.com
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This story is from reporting by Tony Bartelme and Glenn Smith of The Post and Courier of Charleston.
This story is from reporting by Joseph Cranney and Avery G. Wilks of The Post and Courier of Charleston.
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