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The Vietnam exhibit at Patriot's Point will have a nearly $400,000 expansion with Charleston County contributing $200,000 toward the project.
A man threatening to harm himself and others surrendered to the Charleston County Sheriff's Office on Saturday afternoon after a brief standoff with negotiators, officials said.
Thomas Legare, owner of Legare Farms, gives a tour of his property he says is perfect for a conservation easement which would protect it from future development.
Trey Corbin Pittman, 25, of Johns Island is charged in connection with a burglary Thursday at a James Island home.
A Johns Island man was arrested and charged after he stole more than $9,000 worth of firearms, cash and other items from a Charleston home, said officials with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office.
Corey Frederick Matthews, 50, of Ellington School Road in Ravenel, is charged with attempted murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime.
South Carolina will clinch a long-awaited land sale next week that should help Boeing Co expand aircraft production.
The all-male Charleston County Aviation Authority took its lumps this year for bullying former airport director Sue Stevens, and Chairman Andy Savage has practically demanded there be more women on the board.
The Charleston County Council's Finance Committee approved the first reading of a motion to fund a portion of a new aeronautical training center at a meeting on Thursday.
Although it has taken a few years, state Sen. Joel Lourie said today that he thinks the General Assembly is finally tuning in to the business community's message that South Carolina's transportation infrastructure needs fixing.
A Hollywood man was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly shooting another man after an argument over a woman became heated.
With more than two million shimmering lights, the Holiday Festival of Lights is shining brightly at James Island County Park every night until Dec. 31. This three-mile driving tour features more than 750 displays and so much more.
State transportation officials meet today to discuss changes to an Intergovernmental Agreement that would include changes to how the project is managed and account for cost overruns since the project's initial proposal.
As the state highway commission takes up I-526 again today, there are still questions about the costly, controversial project.
James Island Charter High School will have a new principal for the 2014-15 school year, and that change appears to be another source of friction between Principal Bob Bohnstengel and the school's Board of Directors.