Charleston School of Law cutting faculty, facilities

Charleston School of Law will continue occupying space in the Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library at 81 Mary St. and the AT&T building at 385 Meeting St. (Photo/Ashley Heffernan) Charleston School of Law will remain open and accept new first-year students in the fall, but there will be some downsizing. Seven professors lost their jobs today, and the school will only continue leasing space in two downtown Charleston buildings instead of its current seven. Read More...

Report: S.C. foreclosure filings for April up slightly from 2014 numbers

Foreclosure filings were reported on 2,338 S.C. properties in April, down 6.37% from March but up 2.46% from the same month last year, according to real estate data company RealtyTrac. In Charleston County, there were 175 foreclosures in April, up almost 20% from April 2014.  Read More...

Work to increase cargo capacity, flexibility at North Charleston Terminal

Some construction work at the North Charleston Terminal will create more flexibility for operations and enable heavier cargo loads at the site. The S.C. State Ports Authority also reported that the Inland Port in Greer handled its highest ever monthly rail moves in April. Read More...

Charleston’s Bradford Consulting launches new crowdfunding site

Jim Evans, a principal consultant for Bradford Consulting Group, created Cloud Donate, a crowdfunding site where users can create campaigns, accepts donations and receive analytics on those who visit the site and donate to the campaign. Evans expects the site to be a challenger to well-known crowdfunding sites such as GoFundMe and Kickstarter. Read More...

National architecture firm KSQ Architects opens new Charleston office

KSQ Architects has collaborated with Clancy Wells Architects to establish a Charleston-based office. Led by principals Mark Clancy and Steve Wells, the firm will focus on serving clients in areas of practice including K-12, higher education, health care and mixed-use markets.  Read More...


Lowcountry Biz Boil for May 22, 2015

Pot of simmering newsworthy goodnessThere's been a lot of talk about high-end manufacturing in South Carolina lately, that's why we were perplexed at how poorly the Palmetto State and the Evergreen State BOTH did on this ranking of aerospace conduciveness.  Read More...

Fashion Plate for May 21, 2015

Submissions are being accepted through June 20 for Charleston Grit’s DIY wedding contest. The contest entails submitting photos and answering questions regarding the DIY elements of contestants’ weddings. Read More...