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The revenue from the ReStore thrift shop at 469 Long Point Road is split 50-50 between East Cooper Habitat and Seacoast Church, though many who shop there have no clue.
Last week, Town Council unanimously approved a cap on new residences, which will limit new home permits to about 600 per year, mostly for single-family homes.
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.
New rules in Mount Pleasant immediately limit the number of residential building permits available every year, and could reduce the number of homes built by roughly one third.
The S.C. Coaches Association of Women’s Sports recently announced its player of the year honorees for the 2018 fall sports season.
Almost two-thirds of South Carolina charter schools are racially segregated according to the state's own charter law, failing to reflect the diversity of the communities they serve. But some advocates say that law is unfairly written and poorly enforced.
Visitors to Patriots Point will be able to set their own prices for parking and admission this weekend.
For Mount Pleasant restaurant The Granary, ringing in the New Year will also mark an ending for the five-year-old business. The restaurant confirmed Friday that its last day of operation is Monday, Dec. 31.
Mount Pleasant's Planning Commission unanimously rejected a plan to cap annual building permits, but Town Council appears on track to approve the plan nonetheless.
The makeover of another Chick-fil-A in the Charleston region is in the offing.