Category: Welcome to Historic Charleston Property

Charleston County Taxes

Charleston County came up $6 million short with next year’s budget. However, instead of making its people pay the difference, County Council has decided to use its rainy day fund. Residents are happy to see that the city decided...

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Charleston Gets Green

Charleston County’s Greenbelt Program is considered one of the top five local government land and water conservation and protection programs in the United States. It has earned national significance through its efficient and...

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Charleston Food and Wine

The 4th annual Charleston Food and Wine Festival is set to take place on March 3rd-6th. According to the executive director of the event Angel Passailaigue Postell, “We’ve added more events, more vendors and more tasty details...

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Husk Restaurant Review

Becky and I finally got to go down to one of Charleston’s newest restaurants, Husk, located on Queen Street in the heart of downtown. They opened almost a month ago, and the concept is a celebration of the ingredients of...

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