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According to deputies, the armed robbery happened around 8:20 p.m. when a black man armed with a shot gun walked into the restaurant and demanded money from the clerk.
Maison Decor is the latest antique shop of interest to open in Charleston/Mt. Pleasant, SC.
The co-owner of a Checkers franchise headquartered in North Augusta said he and his father are keeping an eye on the debate over minimum wage laws as they continue to grow their franchise in the Charleston region.
The Tin Roof at 1022 Senate Street has submitted a plan to Columbia's Design/Development Review Commission to convert an adjacent warehouse into a concert hall.
More than 30 Lowcountry business executives spent Thursday shadowing principals in local schools who were busy escorting students down the halls, calling the parents of those who needed to be disciplined and conducting observations of teachers.
It looks like you've got the next seven months to get in that Gibbes visit you've been putting off.
Patricia Hinkson, 69, of Ashley Avenue, has diabetes and advanced dementia, Charleston police spokesman Charles Francis said.
H&M has been tight-lipped about its opening in downtown Charleston, but the Swedish retailer announced today that the store will open at noon Dec. 19. "It is a great accomplishment to open in Charleston, a historic city known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture and hospitality," said Daniel Kulle, president of H&M in the United ... (more)
Charleston County's Aviation Authority picked up two new female members Monday - one who was expected and one who came in as a surprise.
Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region.
Charleston, SC- You can take public transit to sign up for secure access for healthcare for your family in Charleston, SC while planning your trip online, learning what the ETA for your bus at your stop is in real time and perhaps a side trip to Charleston's holiday shopping district.
This rendering shows the future 6,000-square-foot Burris Liquor store at 418 Meeting St. which should be completed in July.
There's no better way to beat those end-of-holiday blues than with four days of comedy, and when those four days come with discounted tickets - well, that's a no-brainer.
South Carolina Electric & Gas officials say their decision to trim trees from power lines every five years - instead of every seven years - is paying off with fewer outages during storms.