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SC leaders praise Trump’s affordable housing initiative: ‘It’s a local issue’

Metanoia raised and rebuilt this house on Baxter Street in North Charleston for affordable housing. President Donald Trump recently signed an executive order forming a committee to examine affordable housing across the county. File/Brad Nettles/Staff President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday…

Charleston lawmaker wants SC regulators to deny wetlands permit at WestEdge

The mixed-use 10 WestEdge building at Spring Street and Lockwood Drive includes apartments and a Publix supermarket. Developers of the project are seeing permission to fill wetlands to accommodate more construction. Brad Nettles/Staff A Charleston-area lawmaker wants South Carolina’s environmental agency to put…

4 years after Charleston church massacre, what have SC lawmakers done?

FILE -In this Friday, June 19, 2015 file photo, the men of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. lead a crowd of people in prayer outside the Emanuel AME Church, after a memorial for the nine people killed by Dylann Roof in Charleston, S.C.…

Editorial: A welcome deal for affordable housing in Charleston

Construction started on the new Grace Homes affordable housing complex on Meeting Street this fall. It’s one of several initiatives aimed at middle and low-income renters and would-be homeowners planned or in the works. After what was shaping up to be a contentious…

Charleston lab restores Civil War cannons pulled from Pee Dee River in SC

The three lethal Civil War-era cannons pulled from the Confederate gunboat CSS Pee Dee were loaded for action when they were recovered. That was maybe the biggest surprise for the conservators who confirmed the ship was ready to fight when it was scuttled…

SC shopping center bankruptcy adds to real estate legal thicket

The conversion of the former Pineland Station into Sea Turtle Marketplace began in 2015. The owner of the Hilton Head Island shopping center filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday in Columbia. File rendering The split between the owner of two dozen South Carolina shopping…

Find the Best Real Estate Agents in Charleston, SC

In Charleston, no matter what real estate needs you have, you’ll need one of the best real estate agents to get you the price you want. The top 5% of buyer’s agents generally save clients 1.45% more than the average real estate agent…

Cambria Hotels opens second property in Charleston, SC

Franchised by Choice Hotels International, Inc., the Cambria Hotels brand continues its South Carolina expansion with the opening of Charleston’s newest hotel, the Cambria Hotel Charleston Riverview. The 126-room hotel is located at 84 Ripley Point Dr., along South Carolina’s scenic Ashley River.…

Alex. Brown Realty Joint Venture to Develop Charleston Senior Housing

BALTIMORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A joint venture organized by Alex. Brown Realty, Inc. (ABR), Wakefield Capital and Affinity Living Group has announced development plans for a 120,000 sf senior housing facility on James Island in Charleston, South Carolina. The Class A facility is scheduled for completion…

Bus issues continue to plague Charleston County School District

According to documents from CCSD, there have been nearly 3,000 bus related complaints formally submitted to the Charleston County School District during the 2018-19 school year. Over the span of two weeks in February, parents formally complained more than a hundred times to…