Imports continue to drive growth at the Port of Charleston, but it's no longer because of tariffs.
Complaints that Boeing fired workers for supporting a labor union will still be heard despite a ruling this week that blocked the union's attempts to get a foothold at the North Charleston campus.
WestRock Co. announced a reconfiguration of its North Charleston paper mill Monday that will eliminate of 260 jobs in the first half of next year at one of the region's oldest industrial employers.
Carnival Cruise Line is expecting minimal disruption for its Bahamas-bound cruises from the Port of Charleston, despite Hurricane Dorian's des…
State Rep. Sylleste Davis is sponsoring a bill that would give the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control more power to regulate tire recycling facilities.
The exit at mile marker 189 will provide direct access to Camp Hall Commerce Park. It will also redirect traffic away from the current two-lane access roads through the tiny Pringletown community
With Mercedes-Benz Vans a drag on company-wide financial results, Germany's Daimler AG is looking to cut the division's costs while at the same time stabilize production of Sprinter vans at its North Charleston plant.
The Moncks Corner site where more than a million scrap tires were left to rot when Viva Recycling went out of business is in foreclosure, leav…