Old Charleston is legendary for being wary of change, and decades of economic stagnation after the Civil War certainly helped with that.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation Commission voted Thursday to begin planning for widening rural portions of Interstates 26 and 95 west and south of Charleston.
Charleston's mayor recently led a delegation to the Netherlands to learn about controlling flooding. One big lesson? Such projects should also improve the quality of life.
The dramatic makeover at 116 Grove St. began more as an artistic statement than a conventional remodeling.
The distinct, angular roof form atop 116 Grove St. is what catches most people's eyes. Its particular shape was designed to let morning light …
The city of Charleston is removing a red oak near Hampton Park after it found a large vertical split that poses a threat to those walking or driving along Rutledge Avenue, just north of Moultrie Street.
Nicolle Davies has announced she will leave her post as executive director of the Charleston County Library System on Dec. 1. She is the Library Journal's 2016 librarian of the year.
Nicolle Davies, head of the Charleston County Library System, has announced she will leave her post Dec. 1 for family reasons. Provided
Mayor John Tecklenburg and a Charleston delegation is heading to The Netherlands to see what some of their flood aversion efforts are doing.
The front facade of the single-story duplex at 116 Grove St., before it underwent a dramatic transformation.