CHARLESTON — The City of Charleston has scheduled a meeting to discuss plans for redevelopment on the city’s upper peninsula. A meeting set for Thursday will focus on development along Morrison Drive, the street that runs along the Cooper River ...Read More »
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WASHINGTON — Ending a legal battle over one the most controversial labor law regulations in recent history, the National Labor Relations Board has abandoned plans to seek high court review of two appellate decisions striking down the agency’s notice posting ...
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WASHINGTON — Chicago’s Wrigley Field, New Orleans’ Saenger Theatre and a historic Los Angeles’ shipbuilding center have joined a list of sites being saved thanks to the efforts of historic preservationists in 2013. The National Trust for Historic Preservation compiled a list of 10 sites saved and 10 sites lost in 2013. ...
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Work begins next month on a $2.7 million project in Charleston, S.C., to restore a section of the promenade and Battery seawall dating to 1919. Renovations to other sections of the Battery, which winds more than a mile along the shore where the Ashley and Cooper rivers, will follow in the future.Read More »