County residents can collectively celebrate Earth Day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at North Charleston’s Riverfront Park, the jurisdiction’s 18th annual popular observance of a worldwide day dedicated to environmental awareness.
Charleston runs the risk of economic stagnation if it follows the example of other once-dynamic regions, such as Manhattan and San Francisco, by passing overly strict land-use regulations, author and economist Tyler Cowen said.
Allocating $40 million for facility expansion, Chicago-based medical technology provider GE Healthcare recently announced plans for expanding MRI equipment manufacturing operations in South Carolina, creating 100 new jobs in the process.
A group of local parents is concerned about the placement of sexually explicit books at the Charleston Public Library's downtown branch "teen lounge" section, which is designed for children as young as 6th grade (11 years old).
The Ingram Planetarium will show “From Earth to the Universe" during April in an effort to better understand the universe through the theories of the ancient Greek astronomers up to today’s telescopes.