Renaissance Tower residents were evacuated from the 22-story building in October. The same saltwater that makes these tall coastal buildings attractive is patiently, persistently attacking them. Read moreIs corroded Horry County condo an omen for the SC coast?
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The return of Piggie Stardust, a pot-bellied pig, to the Charleston Animal Center this week after a burglary received much fanfare, but it started with a tragedy.
Real estate news
A Charlotte firm that recently paid $4 million for a downtown Charleston building on King Street marked the grand opening earlier this week of a large two-story office building in North Charleston that underwent a complete overhaul after sitting idle for a decade next to Interstate 26.
An new Italian eatery is on the way to the Charleston peninsula, but the developer is requesting a parking variance to bring an upstairs outdoor deck to the site.
On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me one holiday arts roundup. Read moreCelebrate 25 days of Christmas with our Charleston holiday arts calendar
Dozens of ornamented Christmas trees lined the halls, sparkling stars dangled in glittering glass glory from the central chandelier between two winding staircases and a toy train chugged around a tiny Toy Land. Read moreThe Charleston Place and Riviera Theater fitting places to visit during holiday season
The artistic director and resident choreographer of Palmetto City Ballet knows well that the crowd-pleasing appeal of the 1892 two-act ballet with a score by Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky would be a seasonal shoo-in. Its promise of an irresistible confection called the Sugar Plum Fairy and a marauding menace Rat King is time-tested Christmas catnip. Read moreCharleston area ballet companies take their own crack at holiday classic 'The Nutcracker'
While most will travel in their cars in a large loop around James Island County Park, a few will get the chance to see some of the more than 2 million lights on display from the water. Read moreHoliday Festival of Lights to offer special dragon boat ride viewing this year