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The Army Corps of Engineers wants the public to comment on its plan to protect the downtown Charleston peninsula from storm surge with a seawall.
The next stop in Dominion Energy's tree-trimming cycle will see about 130 palmettos removed on the Charleston peninsula, as the utility lops trees it says present a hazard to power lines.
Charleston needs to plan now for how an Army Corps of Engineers proposal to build a seawall will fit with its other flood defenses, or risk being disappointed by the end result, a consultant says.
A few things have become much more clear in the months after the Army Corps of Engineers unveiled an ambitious plan to build a $1.75 billion b…
Charleston will move forward with an Army Corps of Engineers plan to repel hurricane surge, including a wall around most of the downtown peninsula.
A long-anticipated 191-page assessment of the pressure points in the city's housing, job centers and medical district has been released. The report took into account Charleston's commonplace issues with flooding and storm surge but also catastrophic happenings like earthquakes and hazardous material leaks.
As heavy rains and sunny days bring rising water in Charleston, the city's efforts to alleviate flooding from climate change and years of development continues, even during the pandemic. Here's a check-in on major projects underway.
The Preservation Society of Charleston's 44th annual Fall Tours program is about to start, but this time there will be no house tours due to COVID-19.
Officers were called to Conroy Street just before 7 p.m. Thursday, according to a police incident report, where bystanders reported overhearing shots then finding the victim at a parking lot.
It is too soon to relax social distancing in the Lowcountry. That is the serious and much needed message the Medical University of South Caro…