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Goose Creek named "Best Place to Raise Kids in South Carolina" by Businessweek


Goose Creek -- To the folks who live here, it's no surprise that the city has been named the "Best Place to Raise Kids in South Carolina" by Bloomberg Businessweek for the second year in a row.


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