St. Patrick’s Day falls on Sunday this year, giving Americans all weekend to celebrate and spend a little more green than last year.
Retail activity continues to hum in Charleston's historic district. A well-known merchant is returning briefly after more than a half-century, ...
Two new shops are headed to King Street and another has moved.
Perkins Restaurant and Bakery at 1306 N. Main St. in Summerville is closing soon to make way for a new Mellow Mushroom restaurant.
The final day for Not Just Fabrics is Thursday.
Bi-Lo wants to ease some of the pain at the pump.
It’s been almost three years since Mark and Nancy Oswald bought the franchise rights to Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse in the Charleston ...
Wine connoisseurs now have a new vineyard in the Lowcountry. Ann and Ralph Massenburg of Folly Beach recently opened LightHouse Winery and Vineyard ...
Today is the curtain call for Bubba Slye's Deli at 429 King St. in downtown Charleston.
The torch has been passed at Torch Velvet Lounge in downtown Charleston. A restaurant owner now owns the bar at 545 King St.
The love bug makes people do crazy things, but shelling out a lot more money on loved ones than last year is not one of them this Valentine's Day.
Dell’z Deli is branching out.
Petland will open a new store Feb. 16 at the Summerville Galleria shopping center.
Do you have some old digital camera and film gear lying around?
Marshalls will join Harris Teeter in the new Corners of Wescott shopping center in North Charleston.
Mount Pleasant will soon be sporting a new specialty sporting goods store.
A local Moe's Southwest Grill manager will be featured Friday night on an episode of the TV show “Undercover Boss.”
In the past two months, the Dine With Sal restaurant group closed Uno Mas and Sette in Mount Pleasant, and now the Boulevard Diner on James Island is ...
Throughout the month, Charleston Crab House will host three “All You Can Eat” charity oyster roasts on consecutive Fridays to support ...
The inside of Cru Cafe in downtown Charleston is about to get spruced up in what will be another family affair.
A longtime Mount Pleasant restaurant is closing, but will quickly reopen in the new year.
The Tattooed Moose is exploring an opportunity to expand to Johns Island.
The Ordinary, the latest restaurant venture of award-winning chef Mike Lata and business partner Adam Nemirow, opened Wednesday at 544 King St. in ...
Charleston Fashion Week 2013 has landed a well-known local car dealer as its title sponsor.
Black Bean Co. will have a fourth Charleston-area restaurant early next year.