Northwoods Mall today announced plans to implement a Youth Escort Policy (YEP) designed to provide all of its shoppers and retailers with a family-friendly, convenient and enjoyable shopping experience. The new policy — which will be enforced beginning Friday, September 16, 2016 — requires all mall visitors under 18 years of age to
Effective August 20th, the Grove Plantation portion of the Edisto Unit of the Ernest F. Hollings ACE Basin NWR will be closed to all public use until further notice. This closure is in the interest of public safety due to Grove House renovations and several miles of roadwork on the property.
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum has partnered with Moondog Animation Studio to build a first-of-its-kind shared virtual reality space program that will be offered to campers and day groups who visit the USS Yorktown.
Q. What is the town of Mount Pleasant doing about mosquito control? Have they increased the frequency of spraying? Are they making inspections of homes for trouble areas? In other words, what are they doing to stay ahead of the Zika virus-carrying mosquitoes?
Charleston City Council voted unanimously to grant final approval for Lowe Enterprises’ rezoning request of 176 and 186 Concord St. from 50/25 Old City Height District to 56/30V Old City Height District.
As property owners and managers on Isle of Palms await a decision on whether the wave-dissipating devices in place now will be allowed to stay up, they also face new rules for getting sandbags to protect against the waves.
A national organization with a 40-year history of helping family members who have suffered a tragic loss through murder and of challenging use of the death penalty is opening a new office in Charleston. The city will soon be the site of federal and state death penalty trials for Dylann Roof, the suspected killer of nine black parishioners at the