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Kiawah Island Golf Resort is crowd-sourcing possible names for its new waterfront hotel, which is one component of the resort's ongoing multi-phase expansion. Four parts of that expansion are set to open during 2019.
Though the partial government shutdown continues, Fort Sumter will re-open to visitors Tuesday, thanks to financial support from the tour company that shuttles guests to the site.
One of the largest recent hotel projects planned for the Charleston peninsula may move one step closer this week to breaking ground. The 225-room lodging planned for Joseph P. Riley Waterfront Park is seeking preliminary approval from the city's Board of Architectural Review.
Visitors to Patriots Point will be able to set their own prices for parking and admission this weekend.
Charleston tour guides will soon have the opportunity to join a local guild — if they successfully complete the city's now-optional certification program. Starting in January, the newly-formed Palmetto Guild will represent local certified guides.
Museum officials still plan to stick to their current timeline: present a construction contract in late January, break ground in May and open in 2021.
The city of Charleston has collected about $25,000 from violators of the its short-term rental ordinance since September, according to the Dep…
A new exhibit uses buttons, tubes, lights and bubbles to teach children about water filtration.
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.