It is often the little things that tell you the most about how — and particularly why — business gets done in this town.
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In Charleston County's elections on Tuesday, there were no major upsets in the races for the State House or Charleston County Council, but Dem…
The Post and Courier's editorial board has been frequently disappointed over the past few years by costly and misguided decisions by the sitting County Council.
On Tuesday, the state Transportation Infrastructure Bank board voted 5-2 to move forward in negotiating a $725 million plan to build the rest …
At the risk of being charged with malicious meddling in the affairs of my friends on Charleston County Council, I offer this wholly unoriginal…
The state bank that funds large highway projects revived plans to complete Interstate 526 over James and Johns islands, four months after abandoning the venture.
Whenever Meeting Street needs anything beyond a minor pothole patch, Charleston has to clear it with the state.
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.