With the right combination of variables over the next few days, Hurricane Florence would cause more flooding in the Charleston area than Tropi…
Abigail Darlington is a local government reporter focusing primarily on the City of Charleston. She previously covered local arts & entertainment, technology, innovation, tourism and retail for the Post and Courier.
It's difficult to predict how much flooding can happen if storm surge and heavy rainfall collide. Experts say Charleston area residents should prepare for it either way.
A new group has formed to oppose the WestEdge Foundation's request to fill in a creek that snakes around the development site.
Decades of flooding in the West Ashley's Church Creek drainage basin was created by a combination of mapping errors, rampant development and a deep misunderstanding of how water naturally moves through the low-lying area.
The software program Charleston County and the City of Charleston are using to monitor short-term rental activity was created by the former mayor of Garden City, Utah, who, like officials here, had struggled to find a way to enforce short-term rental rules.
SCDOT is launching a new "turnback program" that allows local governments to take control over certain roads within their jurisdiction, if they both agree to it. While it gives local governments more authority to upgrade aging roads, some question whether it's financially responsible in the long run.
The first public park with direct access to the Stono River is coming to West Ashley.