What Gov. Henry McMaster and Rep. James Smith said during this week's governor debate, and what it really meant
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Whenever Meeting Street needs anything beyond a minor pothole patch, Charleston has to clear it with the state.
More than a quarter of North Charleston’s residents live in Dorchester County, but some feel they are being overlooked when it comes to road repairs.
South Carolina spends plenty of money on infrastructure — and if you believe that, Charleston has a bridge to sell you.
SCDOT leaders met with concerned residents as well as local leaders on Wednesday night in North Charleston City Hall to explain what happens if, and when, a homeowner or renter is displaced by the widening of I-26 and I-526.
State lawmakers are trying to cash in with SCANA, but they’re leaving a lot of other money on the table.
Heading into 2018, the Palmetto State economy remains strong and stable and should stay on course in the new year, despite a tightening labor …
The first gas tax hike in decades will be a catalyst for South Carolina's priority interstate projects, including widening Interstate 526 and …
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The first $26 million raised by South Carolina lawmakers increasing the gas tax will go toward repaving projects in 27 c…
Here’s a shocker: A new study says South Carolina is home to the country’s rudest drivers. Outside of New York, that is.