Charleston City Council has initially approved a ban on single-use plastics, but it's on shaky ground.
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.
The city of Charleston wants to raise the minimum wage from $11.50 to $12 an hour next year in hopes of stemming the high turnover rate of 18 percent.
The development known as the Harmony subdivision will span 166 acres in the floodplain along Church Creek, one of the most flood-plagued places in the region.
In Charleston County's elections on Tuesday, there were no major upsets in the races for the State House or Charleston County Council, but Dem…
Riley is working with the Pew Charitable Trusts on its Flood Prepared Communities project, which is generally aimed at reforming the federal system of flood prevention in a way that gives communities more resources to shield against the growing threats of climate change.
Pedestrians and cyclists are more likely to die in the Charleston region than anywhere else in South Carolina, especially if they’re people of…
Laura Cabiness, director of Charleston's Public Service Department, resigned Monday after learning that the mayor wanted to change the way the city handles drainage issues.
More than 30 municipalities are handling drainage on their own in the Charleston region. To confront the threats of flooding and sea level rise, they will have to get on the same page. One idea is to create a regional flood control district.