A South Carolina preservation group has found a likely buyer for a small-town historic hotel, and, just as the nonprofit had hoped, its potential owner wants to restore the building to its former use.
A full-service hotel planned for Charleston's Waterfront Park has moved one step closer to breaking ground.
Southwest Airlines was preparing a 737 Max 8 at Charleston International Airport for its return flight Wednesday when President Donald Trump announced that that the entire fleet was indefinite…
The new law creates Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Historical Park in the Charleston area and the Reconstruction Era National Historical Park in Beaufort.
New updates to the plans — made after a January vote that delayed moving it forward in the approval process — include aesthetic changes to the building's exterior and the addition of more retail space.
Bolstered by a combination of early spring warmth, local blooms and the annual Charleston Wine + Food Festival in Marion Square, the transition to March well outpaces other month-to-month fluctuations throughout the year.
Their contribution is one of the largest received since museum organizers announced in December that they would need to raise an additional $10 million before starting construction.
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Directing new development to and around the Citadel Mall was one of the goals outlined in the West Ashley Master Plan, a revitalization outline for the area that was adopted by the city about a year ago.
Until last week, it seemed like plans for a boutique hotel near Mount Pleasant’s Old Village had stalled. But after a lengthy deliberation, a town zoning board vote may have nudged the project forward again.
Three airlines now offer nonstop daily service between Charleston and the New York City metro area.
A local foundation is questioning the decision, saying that a proposed ordinance — which would put more limits on downtown hotel development — should have been considered in their decision. Their argument, however, may not apply.
When children and families walk into the Children's Museum of the Lowcountry this weekend, they'll be stepping into a lighter, brighter and more updated space.
The funds have been given to the museum's Center for Family History, a resource center where African-Americans can access help and research tools to study their ancestral roots. The church's partnership with the IAAM will also include support from its genealogy organization, FamilySearch, which it says is the world's largest.
Charleston's growing cachet as a tourist destination and business-travel market continues to land new air service.
A 100-unit timeshare, Liberty Place Charleston, is up for its final approval this week from a city board. Located at the corner of East Bay and Calhoun Streets, the building would sit at the site of a now-closed Starbucks store.
As the long-anticipated museum approaches its groundbreaking, connections are being formed here in Charleston, around the country and even across the Atlantic.
Wild Dunes, which is situated about 15 miles from downtown Charleston, is swapping out an administrative building for a 153-room hotel with a ballroom and rooftop event venue.
The long-running Charleston-area event is this year's winner of the Governor's Cup, which goes to the top tourism event or initiative in South Carolina. Over the Bridge Run's more than four decades, it has grown to become the third-largest 10K in the U.S.
A new full-service hotel is coming to Meeting Street. And according to the city board which voted to approve the project, there was nothing in the city's code to stop it.
Tourism's economic impact on South Carolina has grown again, marking six years of consecutive record-breaking growth for the state's visitor industry.
A new bill approved by the U.S. Senate this week would designate Charleston-area historic sites Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie as a national park, potentially increasing their visibility to visitors.
There are no hotels or bed-and-breakfasts on Daufuskie Island, but the private gated community of Haig Point started allowing visitors to book stays at an almost 150-year-old lighthouse at the island's northern tip.
From a fashion show to an archery course to a full slate of lectures, luncheons and outdoor demonstrations, there is far more to do at the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, hosted for its 37th year in Charleston, than look at art.
Under the current ordinance, city permission to sell palmetto roses in public areas is only given to youth in the program, who must be between ages 9 and 16. A new change would extend it to age 18.
A Dallas-bound flight from Charleston was diverted to Montgomery, Ala., after an engine problem early Tuesday, a Montgomery airport official confirmed.
Residents of the three largest cities in the nation's seventh most populous state will all find nonstop flights to Charleston this summer.
A dispute over a small hotel proposed is headed to court after the development group was denied an extension that it says is guaranteed under state law.
A downtown lot purchased as a potential location for the Charleston School of Law may be on the track to become one of the largest hotels on the peninsula.
The pop up hotel concept is the brainchild of hospitality start-up WhyHotel. By operating pop up lodgings in luxury apartment buildings, the company isn't quite a hotel but also differs from home-shares like Airbnb.
The group who attended the first program of the IAAM's four-part series came armed with questions, several which involved concerns about how the museum would address ongoing racial disparity in the Lowcountry.
Travelers purchased about 4.62 million nights in Charleston County hotels last year, an increase of 2.3 percent, according to figures from the College of Charleston.
Hotel Bennett has two bars that are open to the public. Its rooftop bar, Fiat Lux, serves everything from "spiked snowballs" to avocado toast.
On Friday, Michael Bennett, along with at least 300 guests, celebrated the opening of Hotel Bennett, a full-service luxury hotel in downtown Charleston.
Charleston International smashed its previous record for arrivals and departures, ending 2018 with a double-digit gain in passengers.
In a former dental office near a developing area of downtown Greenville, two young entrepreneurs are crafting a new aesthetic for Southern lodging.
The Holy City was well-represented in TripAdvisor's Traveler's Choice Awards this year. Seven Charleston hotels made the list of top 25 lodgings, including the No. 1 and No. 3 spots.
Two airlines have delayed at least three flights from Charleston on Friday, when the Federal Aviation Administration said a shortage of air traffic controllers was affecting travel at several …
The line of powerboats parked and shining in the sun at the Charleston Area Convention Center are expected to draw in thousands of buyers and browsers this weekend.
With the press of a button, carriage tour guides will send the exact locations of their horses' bathroom breaks to an equine sanitation team.
Bomb-sniffing dogs still make their rounds throughout Charleston International Airport.
The HOP park-and-ride program will be here to stay, even after the Charleston Digital Corridor reclaims use of its current parking area on Morrison Drive. The city already has another lot waiting in the wings.
Hosts using the short-term rental booking platform Airbnb earned a combined $111 million last year in South Carolina, and half of that was earned in the Charleston area alone.
Kiawah Island Golf Resort is crowd-sourcing possible names for its new waterfront hotel, which is one component of the resort's ongoing multi-phase expansion. Four parts of that expansion are set to open during 2019.
Michael Bennett, the owner and founder of Charleston-based Bennett Hospitality — a veritable Lowcountry empire of hotels, restaurants and other properties — has been waiting for this for years. It has to be just right.
America's busiest airport, Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International, is a blur of activity on the best of days. But an extra layer of anxiety gripped the airport Friday, the eve of a three-d…
Visitors will soon have to dole out a few more bucks to rent a car at Charleston International.
The leader of one of South Carolina's biggest tourist attractions is stepping down.