The 1,000-year flood, Hurricane Matthew and Tropical Storm Irma each flooded our church on Bees Ferry Road in Charleston with water so high we paddled through our sanctuary to assess the damage.
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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.
A wise person once observed (as I’m sure I’ve relayed here before), happiness is having been shot at and missed. It is thus a sense of relief …
Following a series of storms and flooding, coastal South Carolina families have become quite familiar with water damage, mold and the health concerns that come with both.
A new national report on the country's future climate shows how South Carolina not only can expect increased coastal flooding but also a more aggressive wildfire season, human health problems, less viable military bases and steep economic losses.
Hurricanes and extreme rain events have resulted in more flood-damaged vehicles. Here's how to make sure you don't buy one.
After two days of unusually high tides that inundated roads and left cars stranded, officials are stating that residents should prepare for more flooding Sunday morning.
Gale winds pushed up high tide water Friday to cause widespread flooding across the low lying waterfronts and streets. Then came the rain. It all goes away on Saturday, leaving South Carolina a few degrees warmer than the chilly Thanksgiving holiday. Less than an inch of rain is expected.
During the worst of Hurricane Florence, the Great Pee Dee River dumped more than a half-million gallons of water — enough to fill a 5-foot-dee…
Riley is working with the Pew Charitable Trusts on its Flood Prepared Communities project, which is generally aimed at reforming the federal system of flood prevention in a way that gives communities more resources to shield against the growing threats of climate change.