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The city of Charleston has filed a legal request asking a judge to reverse his ruling that it can’t require a license for paid tour guides.
A Charleston oyster farm wants to start offering tours, and the Lowcountry Oyster Trail would connect that farm to others along the coast.
The city of Charleston is still debating whether to appeal a federal ruling tossing out its tour guide licensing requirements. But they've been tossed out for the time being.
More than 300 sites of African-American cultural and historical significance have been documented, described and mapped as part of the Green Book of South Carolina.
A federal judge struck down Charleston's tour-guide licensing law Friday, saying it violates free speech rights.
The new Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant reflects the ambiance of the Lowcountry, as more hotels vie for a share of an increasingly crowded market
More than 150 downtown Charleston workers and business owners gathered Tuesday outside City Hall to rally against higher parking meter rates a…
Downtown Charleston is the regional hot spot for luxury hotels, upscale dining and bar-hopping — a major draw for the roughly 5 million people…