The city of Charleston has released the preliminary findings of its first study of the downtown parking system in 20 years.
There are many ways to help with the recovery and rebuilding effort in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Here is a curated list of groups that can put you and your money to work to make a difference.
Charleston's Martin Luther King Jr. pool was supposed to shut down Wednesday for the remainder of the year to build a permanent roof and do other upgrades on the municipal facility. Those plans have been delayed, and the East Side pool will remain open until a new timeline for the project is determined.
It's that time of year on the Charleston peninsula when folks simultaneously move out of downtown rentals and leave a lot of trash and junk behind.
Postal workers will pick up food donations Saturday for the 26th annual Stamp Out Hunger drive.
The Air Force Thunderbirds will not participate in Saturday's Air & Space Expo at the Charleston Air Force Base.
The sand that Tropical Storm Irma washed away from Isle of Palms has been restored, and the federal government just kicked in $1.3 million to …
If you find a parking ticket on your car after 6 p.m. at a Charleston meter, don't freak out. It's only a warning.
Charleston's hospitality workers soon will see a far friendlier place to park.
The city of Charleston has tapped Assistant Chief Joseph Roberts to guide the Fire Department until its new chief arrives this summer.