The storm's exact path remained uncertain, but it was increasingly likely Ian would cross the Sunshine State into the Atlantic, where it could regather strength before making landfall in South Carolina by Sept. 30. Read more
More Ian news
Developing list of Charleston-area business, school and government closings ahead of Hurricane Ian.
With Hurricane Ian on track to impact South Carolina, The War on Drugs concert venue changed from Firefly Distillery to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center, but it's left some ticketholders unhappy.
Berkeley, Dorchester and Charleston County school districts have announced virtual learning days as the Lowcountry prepares for Hurricane Ian later this week.
Groups like the Charleston Animal Society are working to ensure animals aren't forgotten as Ian batters the southeastern United States.
Openings and closings
The duo behind a pair of chocolate shops in Charleston plans to open a new French restaurant in West Ashley while the owners of a dining venue on Ashley River Road plan to close after 17 years. A new brewery will host its grand opening Oct. 1 in North Charleston, while Publix opened its newest Lowcountry supermarket on Sept. 28 in Moncks Corner.
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PREPARING FOR IAN
While South Carolina isn't expected to take a direct hit from Hurricane Dorian, we are deep into storm season and need to be prepared. Read more
Municipalities across the South Carolina coast are distributing sandbags this week ahead of the rain and wind expected from Hurricane Ian in the coming days. Read more
Foods like milk, bread and eggs are not the best items to buy in the event of a hurricane. Food safety experts say water should be near the top of people's hurricane-preparedness lists. Read more
Experts say it's essential for pet owners to plan in advance where they’ll house furry members of the family in the event of an emergency evacuation, since many hotels and shelters don’t allow pets. Read more