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10:08 am on Tuesday July 8, 2014
North Myrtle Beach City Council on Monday gave initial approval to an ordinance regulating adult businesses in the city, said city spokesman Pat Dowling. The ordinance follows suit with a similar law that was adopted by Horry County officials last...
7:46 am on Tuesday February 18, 2014
North Myrtle Beach city leaders gave tentative approval Monday night to new rules that would limit what beachgoers could use for shade during the summer. The group gave its approval to an ordinance that would ban the use of "shading devices, other...
8:03 pm on Wednesday October 9, 2013
Charleston City Council has joined the Town of Mount Pleasant and a number of other municipalities around S.C. to ban texting and any use of handheld communication devices while driving.
10:33 am on Saturday September 28, 2013
On Tuesday the Charleston City Council gave initial approval to an ordinance that would require new restaurants and bars in the Cannonborough, Elliotborough and Eastside neighborhoods to close by 11 p.m.
5:43 am on Wednesday September 11, 2013
While texting and driving has been banned in the City of Beaufort, it has also been banned in unincorporated areas of Beaufort County as of Monday night.
4:44 am on Wednesday September 11, 2013
It's no to touching your phone for calls, maps, music, or whatever else while driving in Mount Pleasant after a 6-3 vote on Tuesday.
3:45 am on Wednesday July 31, 2013
The City of Beaufort passed a texting ban last year, and just weeks ago the Town of Hilton Head Island passed a ban, and now Beaufort County might join in, all in the name of safer driving.
5:31 am on Wednesday June 5, 2013
From restricted opening hours to smoking bans, the late-night entertainment regulation bill will likely join the list of City of Charleston regulation that has spelled doom for a number of beloved bars.
5:23 am on Monday April 8, 2013
Didn't know downtown Charleston taxi cab rides were capped at a basic fare of $5? You wouldn't be alone as many drivers aren't following the ordinance, and new pressure to comply is provoking possible protest.
2:15 pm on Saturday February 23, 2013
The City of Beaufort has dropped charges against the owner of a jewelry store after a dispute about the city's ability to revoke a business license. The city pulled David Kinard's license after he was accused of violating a precious metals ordinance...