Chloe Johnson covers the coastal environment and climate change for the Post and Courier. She's always looking for a good excuse to hop on a boat.
Paul Murdaugh, 19, of Hampton, was indicted Thursday in connection with the boating collision that preceded the death of 19-year-old Mallory Beach in Beaufort County.
A bill to undercut local bans on plastic bags and other containers has failed yet again to move through the General Assembly before lawmakers leave for the summer, but industry groups aren't giving up the fight.
Discussion has restarted on where a new high school might land in northern Charleston County, but environmentalists are worried one plan could backfire.
The Crosstowne Church in West Ashley has paid $60,000 for research on how to alleviate flooding in and around its property off Bees Ferry Road. But solving the problem there could make matters worse someplace else.
Ingram Dunes, an undeveloped oasis in North Myrtle Beach, has been used as a public playground for decades. But the forested land could be developed with 31 homes if activists and the city are unable to raise enough money to buy the 9.4-acre site.
Flooding in Charleston's medical district is so severe, hospitals there might need a physical barrier to keep the water out.
A floating, anchored deck in a creek near Folly Beach has aggravated boaters, while an owner insists the structure is legal.
FOLLY BEACH — A proposed beachfront land swap here between the city and two property owners has come into public view at an awkward moment — j…
This Folly Beach land at the end of East Arctic Avenue is at the center of a lawsuit over beachfront property, but the city may strike a separ…
Edisto Island residents say they were huge fans of oysters — one of the Lowcountry's most iconic products — but not such big fans of the floating cages to grow the shellfish that may land in Steamboat Creek.