Clemson study questions value of restaurant technology

It’s very possible that you’re now happily reading this post on a mobile phone or tablet. And that happiness might have something to do with the fact that a restaurant didn’t force the electronic equipment into your hands.

Denser development needed to attract skilled workers to Charleston, some say

Bryan Derreberry is only joking when he says the Charleston region’s current growth level — a net gain of 43 people moving here every day and a population of 1 million by 2025 — could one day make Orangeburg and Georgetown this area’s farthest-reaching suburbs.

Goal one: Tend to $18 million deficit

When Gerrita Postlewait put together her goals as superintendent of the Charleston County School District, she didn’t know about the $18 million deficit she would be facing.