A new exhibit uses buttons, tubes, lights and bubbles to teach children about water filtration.
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A debate over a distance of about two yards has traveled all the way to the highest court in the state.
Since Charleston shifted its tour guide testing from "mandatory" to "voluntary," keeping track of who is giving tours has become more complicated.
A Santee Cooper sale could lead to a worst-case scenario in which the world-famous Lake Moultrie and Lake Marion are drained.
Hotel occupancy in the Charleston area dropped sharply in September, dragged down by closures and trip cancellations as Hurricane Florence lur…
As the city of Charleston sees success in enforcing its new short-term rental ordinance, one City Council member is proposing a rewrite, including getting rid of a rule that homeowners be at home whenever they rent out a room.
The first year, Charleston was flattered. The second, we were stunned. The third, we blushed. The fourth, we raised an eyebrow.
During the Mount Pleasant Town Council meeting this week, one resident made a plea to put the past behind them.
The more we know about how the new rules are working in Charleston, the better we can determine if any changes would make them stronger.
Some Charleston area attractions had an unexpected surprise after they tallied up their summer ticket sales: Numbers that had been climbing in…