A collection of office spaces may soon take over a vacant supermarket in Mount Pleasant.
Ship's Wheel Hard Cider, founded in upstate New York, opens in North Charleston this weekend with tastings of a variety of old and new flavors.
Six Burger King restaurants across the Charleston region closed this week after a franchisee's bankruptcy filing. They follow six others that closed for unrelated reasons earlier this year.
North Myrtle Beach is the first in South Carolina to ban pet shops, and while there are few stores selling puppies in the state, one in Summerville has come under fire.
Competing grocery chains, including Walmart and Harris Teeter, offer similar convenience-driven services of curbside pickup.
Barnes & Noble Booksellers in North Charleston soon will be replaced by Aldi supermarket. It will be the fourth Aldi in the Charleston region.
Krispy Kreme fans have waited nearly three years since word first surfaced of a second doughnut shop coming to the Charleston area. By early next year, if there are no problems with the construction schedule, aficionados will be savoring the sweet treats on Ladson Road in North Charleston.
Burger King is not having a good year in the Charleston region. A franchisee wants to close six money-losing restaurants in the metro area as well as one in Santee through a bankruptcy filing.
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A taste of France will soon be offered in an office tower under construction on the Charleston peninsula.
Opposite corners at the entrances to two massive housing developments in the Charleston suburbs will soon see new retail and restaurant tenants.
Hip fashion retailer Forever 21 could close up to 178 U.S. stores, including two in South Carolina, after filing for bankruptcy earlier this week.
The once-hip, ailing retailer has five South Carolina locations in downtown Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Myrtle Beach and North Charleston.
Scranton-based W. Lee Flowers & Co., founded in 1922, distributes to 75 grocery stores in the region, including 50 it owns and operates.
A new big-box flooring store is opening its first location in South Carolina, and it's in North Charleston. As part of the grand opening, someone could win $1 million. Meanwhile, two new restaurants opened in downtown Charleston this week while another is eyeing a darkened restaurant site in Mount Pleasant.
The Summerville supermarket reopens this week with a new owner and a shortened name. All employees are staying on.
The retail kingpin operates 123 locations in South Carolina.
A seafood restaurant chain with several locations across the Lowcountry recently shrank its footprint after selling a two-decade-old site sold over the summer.
A supermarket darkened last month in a Charleston suburb won't stay vacant long. A new grocery chain looks to take over the site.
Mount Pleasant has filled a hole in the town's map by annexing the "doughnut hole." Now it has control over what goes there.
The judge who presided over South Carolina's tax-collection victory over Amazon.com didn't have to plow much new ground in navigating the legal thicket.
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Postponed because of Hurricane Dorian, the opening of the fourth Halls Chophouse in Nexton near Summerville is set for Sept. 18 while Panera Bread launches in North Charleston on Sept. 17. Plus, an upscale cosmetics shop is coming to Mount Pleasant.
A South Carolina judge upheld a decision by the S.C. Department of Revenue that Amazon.com owes sales tax on goods that outside merchants listed on the retailer’s website for part of 2016.
Another national retailer is going dark and closing all of its stores, including eight in South Carolina, after declaring bankruptcy Monday.
South Carolina's sales tax collection coffers are now about $47 million fatter thanks to online companies.
Four Harris Teeter supermarkets in the Charleston area will distribute free water and ice Saturday to people affected by Hurricane Dorian.
Two restaurants set to begin serving in the Charleston region have pushed back openings because of Hurricane Dorian.
The chain sought to double the size of the store on Daniel Island in 2017, but those plans never materialized after the city of Charleston's Design Review Board asked that Publix include windows, tweak its facade design and come back with more renderings.
A Canadian oil and gas company with 2,600 gas stations in North America and the Caribbean has selected Daniel Island for its U.S. headquarters as it moves into an expansion phase through acquisitions.
In Charleston, two of the five Burger Kings that suddenly closed in the spring have reopened. Another is becoming a bank, while the fate of two others is up in the air.
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The maker of the longtime Southern staple blamed declining demand for the pullback. It's still distributed in other parts of South Carolina, though.
Another national retailer is closing all of its stores. So far this year, the number of announced closings is about 25 percent higher than for all of 2018.
The former Kmart-anchored shopping center that was transformed into Bowman Place in Mount Pleasant plans to add a row of new buildings to the retail site at the same time many other East Cooper shopping venues are opening or expanding.
Manny's Mediterranean Grille shut down Thursday after nearly 30 years of serving the Lowcountry. Sushi sports pub Locals bought the site and will open a third Charleston-area restaurant in about three months.
Investors in about half of Citadel Mall and the outlying parking areas want to redevelop the West Ashley shopping center into a mix of uses, including office, residential, retail and parking garages. The project is called Epic Center.
A upscale Italian restaurant will take over the former Napa dining spot in Mount Pleasant Towne Centre. It's one of five new tenants coming to the suburban shopping center with another waiting in the wings. Meanwhile, a Raleigh, N.C.-based women's clothing retailer shuttered all of its stores Friday, including one on King Street in downtown Charleston.
A North Charleston restaurant and bar is adding a second location while two other dining spots are now open in the Charleston suburbs.
The Midtown development in downtown Charleston marked an ownership milestone this week, with the original development group exiting a deal that took years to get off the drawing board.
Earlier this year, the home-improvement giant replaced employees with a contractor at Charleston warehouse where appliances are prepared for delivery.
One Florida-based grocery chain continues to bolster its presence across the Charleston region while another from the Sunshine State proceeds to shrink.
South Carolina is one of 16 states that still offer a tax-free weekend ahead of the school year as a shopping incentive.
From planting and pruning to fertilizing and spraying, growing Christmas trees begins in the biting cold of January and stretches nonstop into the nip of late fall, just as the holiday season rolls in and makes it all worthwhile.
Four new restaurants are setting up shop across the Charleston area while a new tobacco and alcohol shop plans to open on King Street.
Charleston-area apartment complexes continue to change hands, including two sold recently in separate deals approaching $60 million.
The Florida-based supermarket chain is shuttering its eighth Charleston-area store since 2016.
Parker's Kitchen of Savannah plans to open 10 convenience stores and gas stations in the Charleston region, but a wetlands issue could bog down development on one site.
Food Lion will wrap up its $158 million investment to upgrade nearly 100 supermarkets across the Carolinas with ribbon-cuttings and giveaways at each store Wednesday.
Traffic will likely be a bear for most of the week, so plan your commute accordingly.