Residents on Wednesday were allowed to return to a James Island condominium complex that was evacuated two weeks ago because of termite and wa…
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Most of us want to walk gently on this earth. Except for when it comes to vermin and termites and pests, and then we want to stomp hard.
Residents of a condominium complex on Folly Road have been ordered to leave their homes after severe damage was discovered in multiple stairways.
The Charleston Housing Authority's workforce housing on Huger Street, the Enston Homes, have to be repaired because of shoddy construction. Several residents have already been asked to move out by the end of August, and others are worried they'll be next.
Termite bonds are one measure homeowners can take to fend off the pesky insects, but sometimes the agreements aren't read thoroughly enough.
In the past five months, Charleston lost two notable historic homes:a wood-frame single house at Sires and Spring streets and an imposing 1852…