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5:16 am on Tuesday February 18, 2014
While the S.C. Realtors Association reported that home sales rose statewide year-over-year in January, the Charleston area blazed ahead.
11:53 pm on Friday November 22, 2013
Following September's 7.9% good news, South Carolina's unemployment improved in October to reach 7.5%. That's the lowest rate since September 2008. The number of unemployed persons fell by 7,457, and those employed increased 3,465. The labor force...
9:26 am on Wednesday August 28, 2013
A stronger economy and cheaper gas prices should yield a busier labor day, according to AAA Carolinas, who says to expect a 5% increase.
6:11 pm on Thursday July 18, 2013
The S.C. State Ports Authority handled nearly 1.6 million 20-foot equivalent units, or TEUs, during fiscal year 2013.
6:23 am on Monday July 8, 2013
In Chalreston, at least 4,300 workers will have to go 11 days without pay — and that cut into disposable income is expected to take the wind out of a chunk of the local economy during the summer months.
4:49 pm on Saturday May 4, 2013
Tourism spending in South Carolina has not only recovered from the Great Recession, but has now hit a record $16.5 billion in 2011.
11:18 pm on Sunday March 17, 2013
Image by Flickr user avern After the best start in four years, Charleston area residential homes sales continued to show strength in February, up over last year by 18.7%.
9:58 am on Thursday March 14, 2013
After the best start in four years, Charleston area residential homes sales continued to show strength in February, up over last year by 18.7%.
7:16 am on Tuesday March 5, 2013
From education, health, poverty, jobs, and more, The Post and Courier is digging into South Carolina's myriad of problems that disproportionately hit 28 of the state's more rural counties. Head to the source at postandcourier.com for more videos
3:57 am on Sunday February 24, 2013
After more than 20 years, The Sportsman's Shop on Robert Small parkway is expected to close by the end of March — and the store's goods are being discounted up to 90%.