Reale: All flowers aren’t created equally


Toni Reale | Photo by Ruta Smith

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Middleton’s ready to zoom into action on council

Andy Brack

Seven. That’s how many college degrees 47-year-old Kylon Middleton has earned. But now that he has joined Charleston County Council, it’s enough. It’s time to act. “I’m used to being of service to the community, but it’s broader now,” he said. Middleton, a Charleston native who grew up in Radcliffeborough, earned a bachelor’s degree in […]

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