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A new travel tool which the founder describes as a "mix between TripAdvisor and Match.com" is now available in Charleston, and local participation is fueling the content.
Other metrics, like hotel room nights sold, also reached new heights in 2018, according to figures from the College of Charleston, but some measures, like attraction attendance and hotel occupancy, went down for the first time in several years.
By around 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, Charleston International Airport and British Airways will have made history. The path to that touchdown was a long one, going back years and even decades.
The Magnolia Cemetery Trust recently moved to lift its ban on commercial tours for Bulldog Tours, thanks in part to the company's pledge to share a portion of its ticket proceeds with the cemetery.
Among the topics discussed will be hotel development, transportation, parking and short-term rentals.
A full-service hotel planned for Charleston's Waterfront Park has moved one step closer to breaking ground.
In marinas and at private docks in the Charleston area, some boat owners have been renting their watercraft for short-term stays, often charging hundreds of dollars nightly.
When children and families walk into the Children's Museum of the Lowcountry this weekend, they'll be stepping into a lighter, brighter and more updated space.
A 100-unit timeshare, Liberty Place Charleston, is up for its final approval this week from a city board. Located at the corner of East Bay and Calhoun Streets, the building would sit at the site of a now-closed Starbucks store.