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10:31 pm on Tuesday September 23, 2014
Hoping to address the perceived chaos that Charleston's explosion in bars has brought, city council has passed a first reading of a one-year ban on permits for alcohol between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. on portions of King, Meeting, and Market streets. The...
3:23 am on Wednesday August 20, 2014
The proposed odrinance is the city's latest take to control after-midnight pouring of alcohol. It will be discussed tonight, August 20.
9:54 pm on Tuesday March 18, 2014
Charleston City Council voted in new rules, which include a ban on skateboarding down King, Meeting, Broad, East Bay, and Calhoun streets, among other regulations.
8:03 pm on Wednesday October 9, 2013
Charleston City Council has joined the Town of Mount Pleasant and a number of other municipalities around S.C. to ban texting and any use of handheld communication devices while driving.
5:31 am on Wednesday June 5, 2013
From restricted opening hours to smoking bans, the late-night entertainment regulation bill will likely join the list of City of Charleston regulation that has spelled doom for a number of beloved bars.
10:42 am on Wednesday May 22, 2013
In 1989 Hurricane Hugo devastated not only Charleston but an entire block of low-income housing near where the S.C. Aquarium now stands. The City of Charleston has now agreed to build low-income housing for seniors on much of the Concord Park area.
5:29 am on Monday March 18, 2013
State law requires that public groups disclose the names of those that make more than $50,000 per year, and The Post and Courier has updated it's online database of names, listing the $162,816 that Mayor Joe Riley makes all the way down to the just...
1:31 am on Monday March 18, 2013
Image by Flickr user Johnny Vulkan State law requires that public groups disclose the names of those that make more than $50,000 per year, and The Post and Courier has updated it's online database of names, listing the $162,816 that Mayor Joe Riley...
10:19 am on Saturday March 2, 2013
Smoking is now banned by the City of Charleston on sidewalks and streets near MUSC and Roper St. Francis.
4:11 pm on Wednesday February 27, 2013
Monday, March 4, will be the first day of a new recycling era in the Holy City, as Charleston County Government and the City of Charleston are teaming up in a collective effort to gather more of business' discarded cardboard boxes in the Downtown...