More than 100,000 people are expected to travel in and out of the state's busiest airport over Thanksgiving, and this year they will find a few more parking spaces.
A new exhibit uses buttons, tubes, lights and bubbles to teach children about water filtration.
A debate over a distance of about two yards has traveled all the way to the highest court in the state.
Since Charleston shifted its tour guide testing from "mandatory" to "voluntary," keeping track of who is giving tours has become more complicated.
Local efforts to drum up candidates for hospitality jobs will continue Tuesday with a neighborhood-specific job fair featuring Mount Pleasant hotels and restaurants.
The last former Kmart space in the Charleston region will soon see a lot more action than the old blue light specials.
Wyndham is trying to curb the temptation to text-while-vacationing by providing guests incentives for going tech-free at its pools and restaurants.
Charleston City Council added two Upper Meeting Street parcels to the accommodations overlay zone at its last meeting.
A new chapter is in the works for a failed seaside vacation getaway on a remote South Carolina island.
The International African American Museum has received its largest donations from individuals to-date.
Long before the Ravenel Bridge or its predecessors, ferries carried people across Charleston Harbor between Mount Pleasant and the peninsula.
This week, a mix of local and national designers, architects and style enthusiasts will convene in Charleston for the first "Design Week," a combination of the Southern Style Now Festival, the…
Holiday travelers who haven't booked their airline tickets should act soon, experts say.
Hotel Bennett, the eight-story European-style luxury lodging next to Marion Square, announced it is accepting reservations starting in mid-January.
The runways at South Carolina's busiest airport will see even more traffic next year.
Hotel occupancy in the Charleston area dropped sharply in September, dragged down by closures and trip cancellations as Hurricane Florence lurked off the coast, according to a new report.
Hurricane Florence did little to ground the continuing rise in passengers at the state's busiest airport in September.
Timbers Resorts, the owner and operator of Kiawah Island's first private residence club, may have started in Colorado, but its head of development says building in the Lowcountry has brought t…
The newly announced British Airways nonstop flight between Charleston and London establishes a direct link between the Holy City and its strongest market for overseas visitors.
British Airways will launch two nonstop routes each week between Charleston and London.
A keeper of Charleston historic treasures has taken a step into the digital age with the launch of a new self-guided tour app.
South Carolina's busiest airport will soon be equipped with a security system that will set it apart from its U.S. peers.
Cambria Hotels recently celebrated the grand opening of its 112-room Mount Pleasant location, but as Janis Cannon, head of upscale brands for Choice Hotels, said at the event, it's their "firs…
A pair of side-by-side hotels on Upper King Street changed hands this week for what is likely to be a record sale price for the Charleston peninsula.
During the Mount Pleasant Town Council meeting this week, one resident made a plea to put the past behind them.
Eight years and counting, Charleston is Condé Nast Traveler's top U.S. tourist destination.
Another air carrier is launching nonstop service between the Holy City and the Mile High City.
Some Charleston area attractions had an unexpected surprise after they tallied up their summer ticket sales: Numbers that had been climbing inexplicably took a dip.
The planned National Medal of Honor Museum has been more than six years in the making. For nearly that entire time, it was going to be built in Mount Pleasant. No question.
Organizers of the National Medal of Honor Museum voted Friday to initiate a national search for alternate sites for its $100 million project.
Picasso and Riley didn’t make it far, certainly not to freedom. The two downtown Charleston carriage-tour horses were corralled in the courtyard of a nearby inn just minutes after making their escape Sunday afternoon.
The National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation plans to vote later this week on whether to initiate a "targeted national search" for locations for the $100 million project that was slated to be…
An unfinished, empty space overlooking the atrium at Charleston International might not be vacant much longer.
After losing out on millions in revenue during Hurricane Florence, South Carolina's visitor industry is putting its faith in the fall.
Though some may pass by Mosquito Beach without a second thought, the strip of marshland on James Island ― once one of the only waterfront spots in the area where black families were welcome ― …
One of Charleston International's growing air carriers is bringing back a seasonal flight next spring.
Visitor industry officials knew Hurricane Florence would be bad for business, but a new estimate shows the revenue losses were much larger than anticipated.
The number of passengers flying in and out of Charleston International Airport continues to soar.
Travelers to Myrtle Beach are being asked to avoid driving to the area as flood conditions worsen and car travel across the larger region continues to be hit and miss.
Charleston's rickshaw drivers say they still can't answer questions from passengers without risking getting a ticket.
Myrtle Beach’s tourism businesses are ready — and waiting.
The cost of visiting Fort Moultrie will climb as part of a National Park Service plan to boost revenue and address a hefty maintenance backlog at its properties.
The organizers of the proposed National Medal of Honor Museum at Patriots Point plan to scout other sites around the country for the $100 million project, it was announced Friday.
The state's busiest airport is running out of parking space, and the busy holiday season will soon be bearing down.
With many hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions shuttered during the threat of Hurricane Florence, the Charleston-area tourism industry is expected to take a big hit.
Another hotel could replace a dilapidated property in a rapidly changing section of upper Meeting Street.
Walmart barricaded its doors early Sept. 11 for Hurricane Florence. Target did not. Harris Teeter closed late Wednesday. Publix stayed open until late Friday afternoon.
This was the fourth year in a row that a storm took a bite of Charleston's tourism business, and officials are still assessing how much.
Kristen Kornbluth is a food runner and server's assistant at Indaco, a restaurant on Upper King Street.
Charleston International, the state's busiest airport, considers closing late Wednesday night for Hurricane Florence.