The South Carolina Aquarium’s lawsuit against a company that installed a medical scanner for sea turtles last summer has been settled.
An Ecuadorean airliner bound for New York remains parked at Charleston International Airport, days after it clipped a light pole while parking this week.
The South Carolina Aquarium opened a new gallery on the dangers of plastics in the oceans Wednesday, thanks to a $300,000 donation from a North Charleston chemical company.
The pieces are falling into place for the 100-unit timeshare on the Starbucks site at East Bay and Calhoun streets in downtown Charleston.
With more airlines offering more flights to more destinations as tourist season kicks into high gear, Charleston International Airport set a new record for single-day passenger screenings earl…
A ruling in the lawsuit over Charleston's requirement that tour guides must pass a test to be licensed is expected late this summer.
Allegiant Air is fighting to reassure travelers and protect its reputation after renewed questions about safety at the low-cost carrier.
MOUNT PLEASANT — A pair of 96-year-old World War II fighter pilots who survived Japanese attempts to shoot them down plan to meet for the first time Sunday at a 75th birthday celebration for t…
Charleston International Airport is adding another nonstop city to its flight schedule.
Record-setting attendance at this year’s Charleston Wine + Food Festival translated to more than $15 million in economic impact for the Charleston area, according to the College of Charleston’…
A lawsuit over the City of Charleston's tour guide regulations is set to go before a federal judge.
Newly revised hotel plans for the former Dixie Furniture store on upper King Street — the changes include bigger guest rooms in a taller building with two restaurants — are on hold because of …
The hotel industry's familiar "Do Not Disturb" placards were once viewed as a firm but polite request for privacy, no questions asked.
MYRTLE BEACH — A former motel owner is suing the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, alleging the group has broken procurement laws by funneling public money to a group of "crony companies"…
MOUNT PLEASANT — The controversial design for the National Medal of Honor Museum near the aircraft carrier Yorktown was sent back to the drawing board Monday, with little hope the town would e…
The King Charles Inn is capitalizing on its ties to British royalty, at least in its name, with a royal wedding package for the May 19 union of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Charleston's allure as a business and tourist mecca hasn't escaped the airline industry
COLUMBIA — A decade ago, it was still illegal in South Carolina to sell specialty beers with a higher alcohol content than a Budweiser. But a succession of pro-craft-beer laws has created a bo…
A ghost-ship of a tourist haunt on an idyllic South Carolina island has officially stepped off the bankruptcy train.
If you don’t have a passport and are considering applying for one, Monday is the last day to save $10.
Carriage horses don’t take off running through the streets of Charleston too often, but when they do, it can be a frightening experience.
Passengers on the Amtrak train that stops in North Charleston had to push back their trips by at least 24 hours or find alternate transportation Thursday after another train partially derailed.
Two passengers on a Charleston carriage tour were taken to a hospital with minor injuries after a delivery truck spooked the mules Wednesday afternoon, according to Charleston police.
The proposed International African American Museum took a seven-figure leap forward Wednesday with a $1 million pledge from Johnson Controls, a diversified global conglomerate based in Wisconsin.
Business and tourism growth fueled record passenger traffic at Charleston International in February.
The foundation that's raising the money for the proposed National Medal of Honor Museum at Patriots Point has brought in a new leader they hope will push it across the goal line as the clock t…
It's rare for a new large-scale commercial development in downtown Charleston to win a hearty endorsement from nearby residents, with minimal objections.
FLORENCE — One of the most iconic symbols in the Pee Dee area rests in the wings of the neon Thunderbird sign on U.S. Highway 52 in Florence.
To mark Vietnam War Veterans Day, Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum is offering free admission to Vietnam veterans and their immediate families Thursday.
Gun discoveries are on the rise at U.S. airports, and a federal agency wants travelers to know the proper way to transport firearms to ensure a hassle-free flight.
South Carolina's busiest airport aims to add gunshot sensors and more cameras to help protect its nearly 4 million annual passengers in response to the spate of mass public shootings.
It's pretty nice on Kiawah Island — home of the state's only five-star hotel — and it's going to get even nicer before the PGA Championship returns three years from this spring.
Charleston has racked up another award from a major magazine.
Charleston's popularity for tourists and major businesses continues to lift Charleston International's bottom line above expectations.
Update: All 500 Global Entry interview slots in Charleston are full. When the slots fill up, the site is no longer listed, which is why many people trying to schedule an interview couldn't fin…
In October 2016, Charleston airport officials marked the completion of the $200 million makeover of the passenger terminal in an elaborate ceremony marking a major milestone.
Low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways will celebrate surpassing 1 million boarding passengers Friday at Charleston International Airport.
Charleston entertained almost 6.9 million visitors last year, a number that blows previous estimates out of the water because it includes short-term rentals for the first time, according to a …
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Less than a month before service was to begin, a Virginia airport has lost a twice-weekly flight that would have been destined for the South Carolina coast.
A new space for wedding receptions and corporate events called Merchants Hall is taking shape in the former Wild Wing Cafe building in the City Market area.
A high-stakes standoff is shaping up over the National Medal of Honor Museum that’s planned at Patriots Point.
Charleston International Airport's oversight agency discovered Monday it provided sensitive information to someone pretending to be the chief executive officer in an "email spoofing attack."
Stay tuned for another chapter in the saga of the Clamagore, the deteriorating submarine at Patriots Point.
After the $200 million makeover of Charleston International Airport in 2016, some airport board members bandied about the idea of placing a piano in the newly refurbished terminal.
Guests who check into a North Charleston hotel can check out with a dog.
A demand from animal-welfare groups that a scale be placed in the City Market area to weigh tourists taking carriage rides isn’t going to work, Charleston's tourism commission has decided.
The charitable arm of an Atlanta-based financial institution has pledged $350,000 to Charleston's International African American Museum.
Charleston International lost nearly 30,000 passengers after the January snowstorm froze travel for nearly four days at the state's busiest airport.
Charleston’s hospitality leaders are rolling out new tools in their efforts to recruit more workers in a city largely built around tourism.
An South Carolina-born executive with the international media conglomerate Viacom has pledged $250,000 to support the planned International African American Museum, it was announced Tuesday.
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