After South Carolina lost the Charleston Naval Base and Naval Shipyard and the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base in the 1990s, state leaders got organized to guard against future rounds of Base Realignment and Closure, passing laws designed to ensure we’re seen as "military friendly." We missed one important component of that.
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South Carolina’s two Republican senators, Tim Scott and Lindsey Graham, have asked the Defense Department to relocate the United States Africa…
Arguably no other single building has symbolized the messy and convoluted redevelopment of the former Charleston Naval Base quite like the Adm…
More than a century ago, Charleston leaders were thinking big.
City officials say no matter what the Coast Guard does with its Tradd Street headquarters, no high-rise will replace it.
The Coastal Community Foundation plans to leverage its extensive grant making with a different kind of capital: the goodwill and respect it has earned since its founding here almost five decades ago. We wish it luck.
North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey's recent State of the City address stands out, if only because of his vision for how growth can become a good thing — if done right.
The city recently received funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to begin repairs in late December on the park's shoreline, which was damaged in Hurricanes Matthew and Irma.
Tucked between neighborhoods, a commercial corridor and the interstate, property resting in the heart of North Charleston that has been mostly dormant in recent years is increasingly coming to life.
A list provided to Congress shows the U.S. Department of Defense believes the chemical-laden foam could be found at seven other current and former military bases throughout the Palmetto State. It's all part of a growing mountain of liability related to the military's decades-long use of the firefighting foam.