A Myrtle Beach attorney signed a consent order Tuesday admitting to campaign finance violations, bringing an end to the S.C. Ethics Commission…
Mary Johnson had tended a garden space on Seabrook Island for 14 years before being ejected last year. But the island's Property Owners Association board recently reversed course and will let her stay.
After three years with no property tax increases, Isle of Palms finds itself facing millions of dollars in capital expenses — and a likely tax hike.
New contract to extend Interstate 526 over Johns and James islands requires Charleston County to pay more than $300 million
Jonathan Gandolfo, who hired a contractor to cut down two trees on a Carolina Boulevard property that was not his own, filed a notice Monday he will appeal his conviction and jail sentence. A municipal judge could rule on his appeal as early as Wednesday.
South Carolina's first statewide flooding commission is weighing some big ideas as it begins its task. None may be bigger than the idea of creating an artificial reef, or breakwater, about 500 feet off the coast.
Mary Johnson may have temporarily lost her Seabrook Island garden plot, but she's gained many new friends.