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New census estimates show the population soaring in Horry, Berkeley and Spartanburg counties, while growth has slowed in Charleston.
In Mount Pleasant Town Council business: “This is not about crops and maypoles and kids," he said. "This is about a day out of the year when they (communists) celebrate, basically, the deaths of Americans.”
Before all the income tax records are filed away, here are some tips that could make things easier next year.
Affordable housing is increasingly a middle-class issue, but it's also a loaded term.
In much of the greater Charleston area, affordable housing efforts fall to nonprofit groups with limited resources.
Deals to protect Boone Hall Plantation from development, buy the site of Fort Pemberton on James Island and fund several smaller park-related …
Delivered meal kits are convenient and encourage home cooking, but they can be costly. Competition among many meal kit companies has resulted in ways to save money.
A week-long $125,000 study by the Urban Land Institute has recommended that the former Charleston Naval Hospital — the tallest building in Nor…
A proposed multi-million-dollar conservation easement deal funded by taxpayers could protect Boone Hall from development.