The NFL matchups in Week 3 don’t appear to be quite as exciting as usual, but there are still several worth monitoring for us fantasy football enthusiasts.
In one of two dissents, Justice John Kittredge asked why the S.C. Department of Revenue is treating Books-A-Million differently than Costco and Sam's Club.
A seafood and rawbar restaurant in Mount Pleasant was open about a year as part of the Locals Sushi & Sports Pub family before it closed recently. Now a new concept is being proposed for the darkened diner.
Publix supermarket will anchor the new 75,267-square-foot Moncks Corner Marketplace retail center in a rapidly developing part of Berkeley County where several thousand homes are on the ground or under development. The shopping center is already fully leased before it opens.
The owners of Palmetto Cheese pimento cheese spread and Get Carried Away Southern Market in Pawleys Island plan to open a new Get Carried Away to-go, prepared food outpost in Mount Pleasant.
Westbury Hardware opened on College Park Road near Goose Creek in 1989. The owners recently sold the land under the shop for $5.925 million and plan to relocate to a 5-acre site a couple of miles up the street. Also, a new women's clothing store opens in downtown Charleston, a new dining venue is on the way to West Ashley, and a British-themed restaurant is ready to debut in Mount Pleasant.
Five employees at a unionized Anderson County Starbucks were fired at the start of Labor Day Weekend after they were accused of unauthorized entry to their store.
The former sites of two downtown Charleston restaurants and another in West Ashley soon could welcome diners again through different culinary concepts. Konnichiwa, Azul and The Matador are in the works.
The Mexican-themed dining venue has nine locations in the Pacific Northwest.
Buy Buy Baby is now open in the Target-anchored North Rivers Towne Center on Rivers Avenue in North Charleston.
Moncks Corner Marketplace, a new Publix-anchored shopping center in the growing Charleston suburb, hasn't opened yet, but it's already fully leased with a wide array of tenants. See the new shops here. Also, Buy Buy Baby opens its second South Carolina store in North Charleston.
Baker Motor Co. filed a lawsuit late last year after the iconic British luxury automaker threatened to terminate the dealership agreement.
Refuel Operating Co. is adding stores in the Raleigh-Durham and Greensboro areas as it continues to expand its reach across the Southeast.
Less than three months after a pizza restaurant closed in Indigo Square Shopping Center in Mount Pleasant, a new venue called Pasture & Grain is ready to begin welcoming customers.
Culver's plans to open its second Charleston-area restaurant by the end of August in Ladson while home decor store HomeGoods will welcome customers Aug. 18 at its new store in North Charleston. Also, new restaurant Pasture & Grain is ready for diners in Mount Pleasant.
Pet Supplies Plus operates 630 stories in 40 states, mostly through franchisees.
The former site of Richard's Bar & Grill in Mount Pleasant is slated to become a convenience store, gas station and three retail buildings.
The state's high court announced its unified answer last week as part of an ongoing insurance lawsuit.
Discount grocer Save A Lot now has only one store in the Charleston area after recently closing a shop on Dorchester Road in North Charleston. Also, Huey Magoo's Chicken Tenders restaurant plans to open in a former Hardee's restaurant near Tanger Outlets, its first location in the Lowcountry.
Construction is underway in downtown Charleston on a new small restaurant and bar called Novavon. It's by the owners of D'Allesandro's Pizza, but it will be serving something different. Also, shoppers can save a few bucks on school supplies during South Carolina's 23rd annual Tax-free Weekend Aug. 5-7.
South Carolina will once again offer its tax-free weekend Aug. 5-7 during the back-to-school shopping season. Retail experts predict consumers will cut back elsewhere to spend on education items.
New York City-based auctioneer Doyle recently paid $2.7 million for a two-story retail building with upstairs apartments on lower King Street in downtown Charleston.
A longtime coffee emporium in downtown Charleston soon will serve its last lattes.
Marco's Pizza plans to open a new Lowcountry restaurant in the developing Moncks Corner Marketplace Shopping Center on U.S. Highway 52 in Berkeley County.
Fifteen months after Bi-Lo supermarket closed one of its last Charleston-area stores, fitness firm Planet Fitness has begun renovating the former James Island store for a seventh Charleston-area location. Also, a new grab-and-go restaurant is in the works for Mount Pleasant, an East Cooper frame shop plans to add a second location on Johns Island and a new Circle K convenience store is on the way to the region.
Baltimore-based Continental Realty Corp., the owner of Mount Pleasant Towne Centre and other Charleston-area properties, has added to its assets in the region with the purchase of a small strip retail center in East Cooper for nearly $4 million.
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An owner of Ashley Landing Shopping Center in West Ashley has big makeover plans in the works that include relocating Publix supermarket and other tenants. Pivotal Fitness is in the process of moving within the shopping center by Aug. 1 to make way for the redevelopment project.
A new sports bar called The Natural is on the way to Johns Island while a new brewery called Wind & Waves Brewing and a new Buy Buy Baby store is soon to open in North Charleston. Also, Carnes Crossroads in Goose Creek launches a Farmers Market, and a new ice cream shop is on the way to Mount Pleasant.
Consumers picked up their spending from May to June, underscoring their resilience despite painfully higher prices at the gas pump and in grocery aisles and allaying fears that the economy might be on the verge of a recession.
Shibumi Shade is a new beach shade design that works with the wind and not against it.
A new boutique hotel is in the works for downtown Charleston. An eight-story addition is planned behind the three-story building at 438 King St. where a restaurant deal fell through earlier this year. A retail space and dining area also are planned on the first floor of the existing structure.
A new sports bar is moving into the vacant restaurant space in The Refinery, a mixed-use office and retail venue on the upper peninsula that will open its amphitheater for the first time in August. Also, a new home furnishings store is taking over the space once occupied by Pier 1 Imports in Mount Pleasant.
NEW YORK— After going on a frenzied hiring spree for a year and a half to meet surging shopper demand, America's retailers are starting to temper their recruiting.
The first retailer soon will open in a new shopping center on Dorchester Road in North Charleston, and ice cream and sandwich shop Ye Ole Fashioned recently inked a deal for a new location on Clements Ferry Road in Charleston.
A new shoe store plans to open by the end of summer on the ground floor of the new Pinch Hotel on King Street in downtown Charleston while a new Chipotle Mexican Grill is opening in Goose Creek and an expansion of a Mount Pleasant shopping center is underway four years after initial plans were presented to the town.
Charleston's Hardscoop Distillery is ready to distribute the Pusser's Rum "Painkiller" cocktail after canning the famous libation at its Cainhoy facility.
A new restaurant is coming to the Charleston peninsula while a new doughnut shop opens June 23 in North Charleston, and a new dining spot is now serving breakfast and lunch near Park Circle.
Charleston-based convenience store chain Refuel recently expanded its holdings with the addition of 15 shops in Texas, bringing its operations to 185 stores across the South. Three others are planned in the Lowcountry along with a non-fuel shop on King Street.
Columbia-based real estate company Edens bought Freshfields Village Shopping Center between Kiawah and Seabrook islands south of Charleston on June 15.
A new restaurant and a new gift shop with home accessories are coming to Mount Pleasant, and a Charleston restaurant looks to expand with outdoor space for patrons.
A new indoor and outdoor game and restaurant venue is on the way to the growing town of Mount Pleasant and will serve as the flagship operation, with two others planned in Orlando and Nashville. Crush Yard will take over the former site of gun and fishing gear retailer Palmetto State Armory.
It's the inflation consumers aren't supposed to see.
Greenville-based New York Butcher Shoppe now has a dozen locations in South Carolina after opening its second Mount Pleasant store in the northern part of town. Another is planned for up the coast on Pawleys Island.
A new restaurant is on the way to Mount Pleasant and two others are in the works for Cainhoy and Goose Creek. Also, South Carolina motorists will pay more to fill up in July when the state's gasoline tax rises by 2 cents a gallon.
A former farm-to-table food emporium in Mount Pleasant will become the home of a new 10,000-square-foot home decor store, possibly by later this summer. Myrtle Beach-based Heavens Marketplace is taking over the former Boone Hall Farms Market on U.S. Highway 17.
National outdoor gear retailer REI plans to open its third location in South Carolina by the fall in a former grocery store in Mount Pleasant.
A new "eatertainment" project offering food, beverages, axe throwing, duckpin bowling, pingpong, curling and an arcade plans to open in Mount Pleasant by late 2022 in the space previously occupied by a couple of restaurant ventures.
New retail and dining spots across the Lowcountry include two restaurants in the works, a beer and wine shop soon to open and a home furnishings store with a second location.
Mayesh Wholesale Florist plans to tap into the Lowcountry's thriving wedding industry with its 21st branch and its first in South Carolina.
"Top Gun: Maverick" is expected to gross between $80-$100 million during the Memorial Day Holiday weekend.