Now students from other parts of the globe are studying Charleston's sea rise issues.
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg ran on a pledge to rein in hotel development three years ago. That hasn't happened, but he's not giving up.
Citadel President Gen. Glenn Walters responded to concerns from a Civil Rights group by agreeing to review the school's old yearbooks and add information sheets to clarify that offensive images don't reflect the school's core values.
It's difficult and perhaps even subjective to judge how successful a military base redevelopment has been, but 25 years after the Charleston Naval Base and Shipyard was marked for closure, its future seems clear and positive signs abound.
A desk and bookcase that once belonged to John Drayton is considered the finest surviving piece of furniture imported into colonial America and is currently a star of the show inside Drayton Hall's new Gates Gallery.
North Charleston soon hopes to start construction on a $6 million pedestrian bridge across Noisette Creek that would link Riverfront Park to the land north of the creek, land eyed for expansion of the park.
This model, done by Thomas and Hutton, shows North Charleston's planned $6 million pedestrian bridge across Noisette Creek. Robert Behre/staff
Preliminary work has resumed on extending I-526 across Johns and James Island, but those closest to the project say a construction timetable is still unclear.
West Yard Lofts, a 60-unit workforce housing complex at the base's northern end, is a relatively rare example of new construction on the forme…
The Admiral's house, also known as Quarters A, is at long last getting a significant $4.5 million restoration after years of neglect. Robert B…