Campaign disclosure reports not always accurate

Flaw in procedure suggests false conflict of interest for CofC board

College of CharlestonSPECIAL REPORT: Campaign disclosure forms incorrectly show that four College of Charleston board members, including Chairman Greg Padgett, gave money to Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell’s war chest last year. Read More...

Construction starts on 300-unit development on Folly Road

Georgia-based Flournoy Development Co. began construction on a development at 35 Folly Road last week. The project includes a park and the continuation of the West Ashley Greenway along with residential units that average just under 900 square feet.  Read More...

Environmental, neighborhood groups appeal judge’s ruling on cruise terminal

The S.C. Environmental Law Center filed to appeal a state judge’s recent ruling on a new cruise terminal in downtown Charleston. The center filed on behalf of conservationists, preservationists and neighborhood groups that want to prevent the S.C. Ports Authority from constructing the terminal.  Read More...

Boeing delivers 18 Dreamliners in Q1

The Boeing Co. reported revenue of $20.5 billion for the first quarter, up 8% from a year ago due to higher commercial deliveries. Boeing delivered 161 commercial airplanes during the quarter, up 18% from this time last year.  Read More...

S.C. Ports Authority CEO, U.S. senator to address graduates

South Carolina Ports Authority CEO Jim Newsome will speak during the College of Charleston’s Graduate School graduation ceremony, and U.S. Sen. Tim Scott will be the commencement speaker for the college’s undergraduate ceremonies.  Read More...


Helping Out for April 23, 2014

The Center for Birds of Prey is holding a fundraiser at Memminger Auditorium called Migration to Memminger this fall. The annual benefit for the Avian Conservation Center and Center for Birds of Prey celebrates the importance of avian species while raising money to support the center’s ongoing mission of identifying and addressing vital environmental issues.  Read More...

Hot Properties for April 21, 2014

Johnny Bevon of Avison Young represented the buyer, Jiffy-Boi LLC, in its purchase of a 3,075-square-foot retail space at 5138 Ashley Phosphate Road in North Charleston from seller First American Exchange Co. LLC for $545,000. Jason Ryals with Colliers International represented the seller.  Read More...