Whenever Meeting Street needs anything beyond a minor pothole patch, Charleston has to clear it with the state.
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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.
The hum of engines and passing drivers rush down King Street as North Charleston resident James Conyers fills up his tank at a Shell gas station.