Rumors are swirling that the City of Charleston is interested in purchasing the property formerly occupied by Piggly Wiggly at “suicide merge” at Sam Rittenberg Blvd. and Old Towne Rd.
The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce held a press conference Friday urging the State Senate to increase taxes on gasoline
Larry Kobrovsky was elected to a second term as the Chairman of the Charleston County Republican Party at the party’s
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg testified before a State Senate subcommittee in support of the South Carolina Inclusionary Zoning Act (S-346),
Ashley Landing shopping center on Sam Rittenberg Blvd. is attracting popular new tenants. The latest is the brewery Frothy Beard,
The South Carolina Aquarium is celebrating the magic of the holidays under the sea. Starting on Black Friday, guests entering the Great Hall will feel as if they’ve walked into
Charleston retailers were recently advised by the South Carolina Dept. of Revenue that the sales tax rate will rise from
Addressing a crowd of vocal members of the left-leaning group Indivisible Charleston, Sen. Tim Scott conducted a Town Hall meeting
Planet Fitness will open in the newly named Collins Square at the corner of US 78 and Berlin G. Myers
Palmetto State Armory held its official Grand Opening on Saturday, September 24th in Summerville’s former Heritage Square shopping center. Doors
When I first heard about the proposed West Ashley Circle in 2014, it was promoted as a means to improve
The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce held a press conference Friday urging the State Senate to increase taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel to address problems with roads and bridges.
Ashley Landing shopping center on Sam Rittenberg Blvd. is attracting popular new tenants. The latest is the brewery Frothy Beard, which shares a space with Zombie Bob’s Pizza. The businesses
Owners John Hagerty and Susan Simons, along with Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg and members of the West Ashley Revitalization Commission
A trio of friends recently realized a dream by opening Twisted Cypress Brewing Company at 1897 Sam Rittenberg Blvd., situated