Whenever Meeting Street needs anything beyond a minor pothole patch, Charleston has to clear it with the state.
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After years of waiting for traffic relief, Johns Island residents deserve more than half measures.
So, some folks are opposed to naming the new North Charleston library after Mayor Keith Summey. Didn’t have to be Nostradamus to see this coming.
Charleston County is trying to decide whether to sell the vacant, former Navy hospital it acquired in a $33 million legal settlement, or spend an estimated $66 million to renovate the 10-story building.
Since Charleston County created the greenbelt program in 2004, 70 percent of funds has gone to conserving rural properties and 30 percent to urban projects, such as parks. Now, the funds will be evenly distributed between urban and rural land conservation, which is a controversial change.
Charleston County Council isn't suing the State Transportation Infrastructure Bank Board for pulling out of the Interstate 526 project — at le…
It isn’t the governor’s fault that Interstate 526 is still a dead-end road — but now it is his problem.
Two-term Charleston County Councilman Joe Qualey was bested in the Republican primary by challenger Jenny Costa Honeycutt, who was seeking public office for the first time. Honeycutt said the race was a referendum on completing Interstate 526, which she supports.
Charleston County Councilman Teddie Pryor suggested Tuesday that the $66 million estimated cost of renovating the former Charleston Naval Hosp…
Charleston's airport board oversees the state's busiest terminal and one of the biggest economic drivers in the Lowcountry.