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The number of so-called eminent domain filings in area courts more than doubled in 2020 compared to the previous year.
At the current pace, about 41,725 containers will move through the Leatherman Terminal by its first anniversary — nearly 360,000 fewer than it was built for.
Fleet Landing, which has been operating under a lease that expires in 2024, recently signed an extension that will keep the casual dining spot and watering hole at 186 Concord St. through 2049.
The Georgia Ports Authority wants until the end of this year to decide whether it will move forward with Jasper Ocean Terminal plans.
The route will also avoid potential delays through the Panama Canal and ships won't have to anchor off the California coast before unloading.
Delta expands options for Beantown-bound flyers; a 101-day around-the-world cruise to stop in Charleston in 2024. And more.
Glancing down at Columbus Street Terminal this past weekend, motorists crossing the Ravenel Bridge might have thought the Holy City was in the midst of a German invasion.
South Carolina's maritime officials are giving Chester County $500,000 to offset the infrastructure costs associated with the development south of Rock Hill.
Of the 26 container ships that visit the Port of Charleston each week, 11 are last calls.
While bonuses were down last year, they can amount to some serious cash for employees of the state's maritime agency.