Attorneys for the plaintiffs who prevailed in the tour-guide lawsuit against that the city of Charleston plan to bill the city for their time.
Plans for a five-star hotel and condominium project on a parking lot by the historic City Market in downtown Charleston have resurfaced, with some strong support in hand.
Another hotel is planned near Tanger Outlet in North Charleston.
A prominent Charleston charitable organization for the arts and other causes has pledged another $500,000 toward the International African American Museum, matching a previous donation.
Three Charleston carriage operators say they will continue to require their drivers to pass the city's tour-guide test even though the city can’t require a license anymore.
The news that Charleston has dropped its requirement that paid tour guides be licensed had not trickled down to most of the tourists at the Charleston Visitors Center by Tuesday morning, but t…
A downtown Charleston hotel across from Marion Square has completed its second major renovation, as competition for guests heats up.
A federal judge struck down Charleston's tour-guide licensing law Friday, saying it violates free speech rights.
Hotel occupancy and revenue shot up sharply in June, both in the state and the Charleston area, even with hundreds more rooms on the market compared to a year earlier.
The number of people flying in and out of Charleston International climbed to a new record during the first six months of the year.
Charleston's carriage operators say they've had enough of the "Just Say Neigh" billboards on one of the region's busiest stretches of highway.
Critics of Charleston’s carriage tours who were sued for defamation say the complaint is so vague that they can’t answer the allegations.
The new Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant reflects the ambiance of the Lowcountry, as more hotels vie for a share of an increasingly crowded market
One of South Carolina's major construction firms has pushed Charleston's International African American Museum closer to the finish line in its fund-raising drive.
The 250-room hotel that's planned in the MUSC Harborview Office Tower at 19 Hagood Ave. will have a breakfast area but no restaurant and no bar.
The International African American Museum in Charleston is getting a six-figure boost from a worldwide technology company based in the South Carolina Upstate.
The board that approves new hotels in Charleston says it's aware of the perception that too many hotels are being built on the peninsula.
The request to convert a 10-story office building near the Medical University of South Carolina into a 250-room hotel is up for another review Tuesday.
Charleston's Planning Commission will be asked next week to extend the city’s accommodations overlay map to allow a hotel next to the Gibbes Museum.
Charleston also made the list of the World's Top 15 Cities. It's the only U.S. city to make the list this year.
Charleston's International African American Museum has a new curator, Joy Bivins from the Chicago History Museum, who will pick the stories that will be told there.
Wild Dunes Resort, the gated beachfront golf and tennis getaway on the Isle of Palms, is poised for a major expansion.
A proposal to encourage Charleston tour guides to use technology instead of raising their voices didn't get much support at last month's Tourism Commission meeting.
The redevelopment of a former public housing project near the South Carolina Aquarium is entering the backstretch, with new investment activity on a parcel where a hotel is expected to go.
Patriots Point is offering free admission and parking Friday morning to help greet a former crew member of the destroyer Laffey.
Summerville is getting a much-needed conference facility in the growing Nexton development.
More airlines flying to more destinations sent Charleston International Airport's passenger levels soaring in May.
Mount Pleasant residents have given some feedback on a new design for a National Medal of Museum.
Southwest Airlines is bringing back daily nonstop service between Charleston and its Texas home base early next year.
Lowcountry residents will have their first chance to discuss a new design for the National Medal of Honor Museum near Patriots Point in a forum aboard the Yorktown on Wednesday.
Charleston residents are generally satisfied with how the carriage animals are treated, according to survey results released Monday.
It's now official: Sushi Blue restaurant near the historic City Market will be replaced by a hotel.
Restrooms are important to tourism. State officials are upgrading the welcome centers that ring the state.
Surging passenger growth is projected to fuel a 7.5 percent gain in revenue next year at Charleston International.
If you've ever wondered who stays in all those high-priced hotels that are going up in Charleston, here's a clue.
A request for a Charleston city board to review changes to the plans for the 225-room hotel project by Waterfront Park has been deferred.
Patriots Point, one of the state's most popular visitor attractions, has already broken its attendance record and will continue to expand its exhibits to draw more visitors, it was announced Friday.
Ninety-six year-old World War II fighter pilot Bill Watkinson climbed up a ladder to perch on a wing of the Hellcat jet that sits on the deck of the Yorktown.
The tightening labor market is costing the region more than 600 jobs.
Plans for a 10-story, 250-room hotel in the MUSC office tower on Hagood Street is on hold until the developer shows the neighbors how the project will affect them.
OK, Charleston is not No. 1, at least on the latest study. But there are numerous other surveys that put the Holy City on the highest pedestal.
Charleston residents will soon be able to fly nonstop to Minneapolis at the introductory roundtrip cost of about $100.
Charleston's International African American Museum is getting support from a major bank that's undergoing an identity change in South Carolina.
The west side of the Charleston peninsula appears to be a new hot spot for hotels, with several projects proposed for the area.
Plans for a hotel on the site of Sushi Blue Japanese Steakhouse & Seafood at 61 State St. are under review.
The summer tourist season will offer more options for Charleston air travelers.
The eight-story, 155-room property opened in a former federal office building on Meeting Street in the summer of 2016. Publicity included advertisements for a rooftop bar.
More airlines offering more flights to more destinations propelled Charleston International's passenger count to new heights in April.
The simmering feud over Charleston's carriage horses has flared up into a lawsuit claiming libel, defamation and conspiracy — as well as a violation of the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act.
Tickets for the annual fireworks show on the Yorktown went on sale this week and are expected to be gone well before July 4.
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