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Yellowstone has Old Faithful, Gettysburg has the battlefield, the Grand Canyon has its namesake gorge. But the Reconstruction Era National Historical Park, though it does include several physical sites, highlights something much more abstract.
A new bill approved by the U.S. Senate this week would designate Charleston-area historic sites Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie as a national park, potentially increasing their visibility to visitors.
Though the partial government shutdown continues, Fort Sumter will re-open to visitors Tuesday, thanks to financial support from the tour company that shuttles guests to the site.
The partial shutdown of the federal government had some workers staying home on furlough, citizens wondering what was open or closed, and tourists in Charleston frustrated Wednesday.
The light is out on Sullivan's Island. Might be awhile before it comes back on.
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The cost of visiting Fort Moultrie will climb as part of a National Park Service plan to boost revenue and address a hefty maintenance backlog…
If you want a seaside setting studded with some of the region's priciest homes shielded by the dunes, Sullivan's Island offers some of the are…
While South Carolina's lighthouses — like others across the country — are largely obsolete in the modern era of GPS units, they still are valued as attractions and landmarks of a not-so-distant past.
Rising seas are being identified as a threat to vulnerable military installations along the U.S. coast.