A day after a low-cost airline announced plans to add nonstop flights between Charleston and Cleveland, another discount carrier says it will compete for the same market.
Citing the ongoing lawsuit against Charleston, city councilors in Williamsburg, Va. voted last week to switch the city's tour guide licensing program from mandatory to voluntary.
Another airline is trying nonstop seasonal flights between Charleston and Cleveland, home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Starting Monday, the International African American Museum will have new space to accommodate its expanding staff. A lease with the city of Charleston opens up a section of the Charleston Mari…
The city is challenging a federal judge's ruling that has blocked it from enforcing its mandatory licensing policy. It hopes to reinstate the rule "as soon as possible."
Business and leisure travelers parking in the surface lot at Charleston International Airport soon will have to maneuver around a huge construction project for much of the next two years.
One of the largest recent hotel projects planned for the Charleston peninsula may move one step closer this week to breaking ground. The 225-room lodging planned for Joseph P. Riley Waterfront Park is seeking preliminary approval from the city's Board of Architectural Review.
Some of the fastest hotel supply growth in the state is happening in Spartanburg. Yes, that's right. Spartanburg.
Visitors to Patriots Point will be able to set their own prices for parking and admission this weekend.
After years of rapid supply growth, Charleston's hotel pipeline is still full to bursting. The Holy City will see a handful of openings, some new construction and a full slate of accommodations seeking approvals in 2019.
Two years after the near-total overhaul of Charleston International Airport at a cost of $200 million, more construction is underway or waiting in the wings.
No one can predict with certainty what the economy will do in 2019, but this much is clear: The groundwork is in place for an active and memorable year in business.
When British Airways announced in October that it would bring nonstop service to Charleston International, the move was praised as an economic boon for the Charleston region and the state. But snagging the deal required some investment upfront, including financial incentives and airport improvements.
Charleston tour guides will soon have the opportunity to join a local guild — if they successfully complete the city's now-optional certification program. Starting in January, the newly-formed Palmetto Guild will represent local certified guides.
A new seven-story hotel will soon rise in the shadow of the Ravenel Bridge. Construction on an Embassy Suites Hotel is underway at the Ferry Wharf mixed-use complex in Mount Pleasant.
In a deal oozing with luxury, one of the largest, priciest and best-known hotels and business-meeting destinations in South Carolina is changing hands.
Charleston International Airport reached a sky-high milestone in November, surpassing 4 million passengers in one year for the first time.
Museum officials still plan to stick to their current timeline: present a construction contract in late January, break ground in May and open in 2021.
A property steps away from Charleston's City Market has moved closer to becoming a boutique hotel. The site at the corner of State and Linguard streets was recently sold for $1 million.
South Carolina's rapid growth has continued, according to new census estimates, and it's been driven by people relocating from other states.
Almost a third of the state is expected to travel during the year-end holiday season, according to Charlotte-based AAA Carolinas. The vast majority will drive to their destination.
The city of Charleston has collected about $25,000 from violators of the its short-term rental ordinance since September, according to the Department of Tourism and Livability.
Since October of last year, 37 of the of South Carolina State Parks' uniformed managers, included all four regional chiefs, have moved into new positions.
Last week, Patriots Point terminated its 99-year lease with the foundation. Now the group has confirmed that they are working to return the $5 million it was given by state to a build a museum in Mount Pleasant.
The aquarium decided to name its five new loggerhead sea turtle rescues after Harry Potter characters. Dumbledore, Snape, Lupin, Draco and Neville arrived at the aquarium's Sea Turtle Care Center on Tuesday.
U.S. District Judge David Norton wrote in an order filed Monday that the city's motion to reconsider was "nothing more than a request that this court change its mind."
Spots for four retail storefronts will face King Street, while the entrances to the lobby and cafe will be tucked behind them, accessible from a cobblestone path and courtyard connecting to George Street.
The Patriots Point Development Authority voted Friday to end a lease relationship which has been in place since 2013 and closing a chapter in a years-long effort to build a Medal of Honor Museum in Mount Pleasant.
The Patriots Point Development Authority's board voted unanimously Friday morning to transfer the golf course's lease to Michael Bennett, the owner of Charleston-based Bennett Hospitality.
The two remaining Palmetto State residents on the Medal of Honor Museum Foundation's board recently changed their member status from active to emeritus.
Miniature versions of 30 iconic gardens from across the United States will be created as part of a special summer display at the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C.
As Charleston absorbs its supply of new hotel rooms, the lodging sector can expect to see small decreases in occupancy next year, according to the international commercial real estate firm CBRE.
The state's busiest airport continues to rack up record numbers of passengers and is on pace to surpass the 4 million mark for the first time.
The data breach affected Marriott's Starwood-affiliated properties. Just one Charleston property is a Starwood brand, but there are eight other Starwood holdings throughout South Carolina.
On Friday, a deadline for the Medal of Honor Museum will not be met, opening up the opportunity for either Patriots Point or the Medal of Honor Museum Foundation to terminate their lease agreement.
A Dallas-based air carrier is bringing back daily service between Charleston and its home hub.
Built in 1919, the Plantation House Hotel has sat vacant for many years. But Preservation South Carolina, a nonprofit that works to preserve historic structures statewide, hopes to see the building restored to its former use.
South Carolina’s Supreme Court heard a dispute this month between a carriage company owner and the city of Charleston. This week, the court dismissed the case as “improvidently granted.”
Since partnering with the VA, more than 30 veterans have been placed in Charleston-area hospitality jobs, making the program Explore Charleston's most lucrative local recruiting partner.
These new donations will open up scholarships across the state and fund the participation about 1,000 students in Patriots Point's Flight Academy, a hands-on educational program designed to introduce youth to aviation.
Two years after Charleston International celebrated completion of its terminal expansion and overhaul, another legal tussle has cropped up.
Overall Thanksgiving travel is expected to reach a 13-year high, with 732,000 South Carolinians traveling 50 miles or more.
The site's former use as a landfill may have resulted in environmental pollution, according to a notice from DHEC.
"It sounds like there are issues, but they're not our issues," Town Councilman Tom O'Rourke said.
More than 100,000 travelers are expected to descend on the state's busiest airport over Thanksgiving, and this year they'll 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.