Editorial: Flooding Erodes Charleston Property Values

Editorial: Higher seas may already be dampening a piece of Charleston’s housing market Aug 21, 2018 Updated 18 hrs ago (1) Facebook Twitter Email The inside of Elizabeth Boineau’s home on Beaufain Street is gutted to prepare for demolition on Thursday, August 16,...

Flooding Turns Charleston Real Estate Soggy

Health & Science Sea level rise is eroding home value, and owners might not even know it Elizabeth Boineau stands on her dock at Edisto Island in South Carolina on Aug. 13. Flooding damaged her home in Charleston’s historic district and has threatened her...

Mayor Faulted for Flooding’s Livability Woes

Letter: Neglect of flooding harms livability Aug 10, 2018 Since 1981, I have owned what the residents of Robert Mills Manor always referred to as ’The Pink House” at 78 Beaufain St. When there is a heavy rain, the pink house sits in a lake of putrid, harmful bacteria...

Mayor Defends His Anti-flooding Initiatives

Commentary: Mayor responds to critics with 13 ways Charleston is addressing flooding BY JOHN J. TECKLENBURG Aug 15, 2018 Updated Aug 15, 2018 (3) Facebook Twitter Email Multiple cars sit stalled at the intersection of Cannon and President streets earlier in July after...

Letter Disputes Worsening Storms

t UpLetter: Storms aren’t getting stronger Aug 15, 2018 The Aug. 12 article headlined, “Stronger hurricanes becoming the norm,” perpetuates a false belief that stronger hurricanes are becoming the norm. They are not. At least not based on data collected by NOAA and...