Design plans for an outdoor pavilion which would house three new exhibits and revamp the face of Charleston's Children's Museum of the Lowcoun…
Emily Williams is a business reporter at The Post and Courier, covering tourism and employment. She also writes the Business Headlines newsletter, which is published twice a week. Before moving to Charleston, her byline appeared in The Boston Globe.
If the deal is finalized, it would be the largest F-16 sale to-date that would be produced in Greenville. Defense giant Lockheed Martin recently moved its production of the aircraft from Fort Worth, Texas to the Upstate.
This would make North Charleston the first city other than Charleston to make a major contribution to the soon-to-be-built facility.
The deal will reduce the number of guest rooms from 25 to 24, converting one of the planned units to a single-family residence instead. It also changes the hotel's parking plan to move all required spaces on-site.
When concertgoers see Hootie & The Blowfish perform on tour this summer, they're also seeing images of band members and frontman Darius Rucker enjoying Grand Strand beaches, dining and golf courses.
July was another strong month for employment in South Carolina, with the Charleston region continuing to outperform other metro areas, particularly in job gains for the hospitality and tourism sector.
A high-profile hotel project planned next to Charleston's Waterfront Park cleared a crucial hurdle this week, moving it a step closer to a planned groundbreaking later this year.
Inc. Magazine released its annual guide to the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the U.S., and 56 South Carolina firms — 22 of which are in the Charleston area — made the cut, up slightly from 54 last year.
The new ordinance, which received final approval in a 7-1 vote Tuesday, will cap the number of short-term rentals in the town at 1 percent of the total number of dwelling units.