The last year has been tough for so many South Carolina residents. In addition to dealing with COVID-19 illnesses and

For over a decade and a half it’s been a fixture on South Carolina’s cultural landscape, illuminating the streets of

For more and more adults age 55 and older, the idea of living in a dynamic community that caters to

While many companies continue navigating the economic and social disruption faced in 2020, Black small business owners have been disproportionately

It seems to make sense that if you eat less food, you'll lose weight. But that's not necessarily the case,

People leave behind a lot when they pass – loved ones, memories and often many material things. So, what do

While we all strive for and desire an active, healthy lifestyle as we grow older, unforeseen and unexpected changes are

If you missed the opportunity to obtain affordable health insurance late last year, you now have another chance to protect

Built around the pillars of Fitness, Relationships, Education and Entertainment, the lifestyle program at Cresswind Charleston stands above other active

When it comes to healthcare, you know the traditional way it works--third party payers and healthcare businesses largely determine your

One lesson we can learn from these challenging times is the importance of kindness. We have seen it in so

Of the $1.1 trillion buying power of Black Americans, research shows only 2% of it is spent on Black-owned businesses.

Attorney Irving Steinberg was already fighting to protect the rights of Charleston-area employees when the workers’ compensation program was established

With these tough economic times, $200 can be a lifeline for many. Whether it’s helping cover rent or utilities, every

It could be a multi-day conference held by a Fortune 500 company, a gala to benefit a nonprofit or even

Job loss, remote learning, financial strain, stress and fear of you or your family members getting sick are just some

Whether for a business trip or a personal getaway, traveling has been hampered for quite some time. This year, some

Charleston is a city known for its hospitality, which is probably why there are so many amazing venues in the

Choosing a Realtor involves evaluating their local experience, knowledge of the market and professional approach as the top reasons why

Have you been searching for the music of your younger days, a simple time before Internet trolls and social media

Edward “Ted” Pitts’ career came full circle this January when he was invited to rejoin the commercial real estate firm

Keyana Russ serves as the Director of MBA Employer Relations and Professional Development with the College of Charleston MBA program.

The shutdown of schools and use of remote learning made necessary by the COVID pandemic have cost students anywhere from

Fishing is a pastime that brings many families in the Lowcountry together; more experienced members teach the beginners, and everyone

It’s hard to imagine a more exciting way to kick off the New Year than with the release of a

Nobody wants to think about a medical emergency happening to them or their loved ones, but the fact is that

Advancements in digital technology have changed just about every aspect of our lives, from the way we shop to the

Oh the weather outside is frightful. Rather than succumb to cabin fever, people can use the winter months as the

The holidays are meant to be a time of celebration, but for those grieving after losing a loved one, this

The team at Charleston Home Rentals (CHR) is experienced in adapting to the ever-changing Charleston real estate market, but COVID-19