An S.C. lawmaker has proposed putting towns and cities in charge of parking along state roads — a key issue in the current battle over beach parking.
The new service will cost a little more than $26,000 a year to operate. Tickets will cost $2 each way, the standard bus fare rate.
Mount Pleasant's Comprehensive Plan is the latest in a series of Town Council efforts to restrict density, limit multifamily housing, and prohibit tall buildings in most areas.
What may be the last mobile home park in the Mount Pleasant area is slated for redevelopment, and some remaining tenants are struggling with the financial peril that comes with owning a home on rented land.
More than three dozen buildings in Mount Pleasant's Old Village, including some built as recently as 1969, could soon be designated as historic structures by the town.
South Carolina's Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office estimates that, over the next 15 years, the state's population will grow by 1,009,715 — a more than 19 percent increase from the current 5.2 million residents.
Voters in the north end of Mount Pleasant provided a decisive share of the votes against Charleston County's affordable housing tax referendum, which narrowly failed in November.
Harris Teeter Fuel Points can reduce the price of gas by as much as a dollar a gallon, but participating gas stations have become scarce in much of the Charleston area.
Rapid population growth is spreading to towns and cities across South Carolina, bringing challenges and opportunities.
After receiving nearly 2,900 public comments about a plan to widen S.C. Highway 41 in Mount Pleasant, Charleston County road planners are giving the plan another look.
The propane truck driver, who initially didn't realized he'd hit Magwood as he turned left onto Coleman Boulevard, was issued a citation for careless driving.
Several new dining options are now serving or coming soon throughout the Charleston area, including a new sports pub in downtown Charleston, a new sandwich shop in Mount Pleasant, a new Mexican restaurant in a former Burger King in Summerville and a proposed cafe on the upper peninsula.
Supporters of Charleston County's proposal to widen S.C. Highway 41 call it a cost-effective and obvious choice, while opponents decry it as a discriminatory plan that puts the burden on a historic Black community.
One of the largest movie theater chains in South Carolina will temporarily shut down for the second time this year, blaming a dearth of new releases during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local governments across Charleston County have adjusted their property tax rates following reassessment and many have raised taxes.
In the 30-second ad, the retired Marine Corps war hero endorses Mace over her opponent, Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Cunningham, and highlights her accomplishments as the first female graduate of The Citadel's Corps of Cadets.
A Florida-based chicken tender restaurant is expanding into South Carolina and other locations across the Southeast with plans to add eight locations in the Palmetto State.
A pair of waterfront Mount Pleasant homes owned by a Charleston real estate developer recently fetched a combined $11.1 million. The pricier transaction of $7.35 million is just shy of the record for a home purchase in Mount Pleasant.