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Thousands of Florence County residents were told Friday morning to leave their homes immediately to escape floodwaters flowing down the rising Lynches River
If restaurants want to keep their Charleston Restaurant Week menus in force, the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association will continue to pr…
Charleston Restaurant Week will not be extended, even though the last six days of the popular promotion coincided with the evacuation order issued in anticipation of Hurricane Florence.
At the Ladson rest stop off Interstate 26, Ryan Lennard and Madison Sexton cleaned out their car before making the final leg of their 14-hour …
Spinning as if in slow-motion, Tropical Storm Florence continued its agonizing march across South Carolina on Saturday, dropping record amounts of rain and leaving fears of catastrophic floods in its wake.
When Hurricane Florence crashed a James Island couple's beach wedding and shut the courts down, a local judge picked up the phone and delivered them a marriage license.
An estimated 300,000 South Carolinians have fled their homes during an evacuation order that affects residents along the coast from Edisto Beach to North Carolina, officials said.
Still thinking of heading out of Charleston because of the storm but don't have a place to stay?
During a time of year that's typically one of the best for Lowcountry tourism, a lone pair of visitors browsed the brochures at the Charleston…