South Carolina taxpayers could end of paying even more for the failed redevelopment of the Charleston Naval Hospital, if a new lawsuit is successful.
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Snowden residents want to connect their properties to sewer lines, but many don't want to be required to annex into the town of Mount Pleasant in order to get sewer service. A sewer line project has been put on hold, as a result.
Over the past decade the S.C. Department of Transportation bought properties in the path of Interstate 526 for more than $30 million, including some million-dollars homes that have now sat vacant for years.
With tax filing season well underway, the rumblings have been growing louder about people receiving smaller refunds, or owing money, following…
South Carolina's pension funds, which 1 in 9 state residents count on, saw investment gains through June 2018, but need another $25.47 billion in order to be fully funded.
Snowden residents and some Charleston County officials are upset that Mount Pleasant requires property owners to annex into the town in order to receive access to the public sewer system.
Charleston County plans to spent $6 million demolishing the former Charleston Naval Hospital and an associated building in May. The county had previously planned to move offices into the hospital following a redevelopment of the 10-story building.
Charleston County Council on Tuesday set aside $3.16 million to pay some of the preliminary costs for getting the Interstate 526 extension project re-started.
Young adults, single parents, and married couples with modest incomes are among those mostly likely to qualify for the Saver's Credit, a federal tax credit for people who put money in a retirement account.
A traffic-relief proposal for S.C. Highway 41 in Mount Pleasant would have run a 5-lane road through several subdivisions and a county park. Charleston County has decided against that.