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Apps like AirBnB have allowed property owners to directly rent homes or bedrooms, sometimes skirting local regulations. Now, Charleston is using technology to uncover those rentals and find tax cheats.
The city is challenging a federal judge's ruling that has blocked it from enforcing its mandatory licensing policy. It hopes to reinstate the rule "as soon as possible."
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 special tax district was created by the city of Charleston and Charleston County to fund drainage infrastructure in outer West Ashley's Church Creek basin.
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg is bringing his 2019 spending plan to City Council on Tuesday with a proposed property tax increase, but som…
The for-profit Charleston School of Law could make millions on sale of city-subsidized property on the Charleston peninsula.
In the six years since Charleston got a firefighting boat, the vessel has seen maintenance problems and a crash that put it out of commission …
The Countywide Intergovernmental Flood Prevention Task Force Committee, comprised primarily of state senators and representatives, met for the first time Monday to discuss the new group's mission to help residents resolve flooding issues in their neighborhoods.
A hive of 10,000 bees was found in an oak tree cut down near Hampton Park. The colony and its queen were saved and relocated by a passionate local beekeeper.
The Army Corps of Engineers is about to begin an investigative study of the Charleston peninsula to determine whether major infrastructure is needed to protect that part of the city from the increasing threat of flooding. It's a critical step in getting federal funding for projects such as a sea wall to shield the peninsula from storm surge.