Rules relaxed as more than a quarter-billion dollars in SC rent relief sits unclaimed

August 18, 2021

In South Carolina and across the nation, efforts to put billions of dollars in rent relief into the hands of landlords to keep tenants from being evicted have been moving at a snail’s pace.

Charleston Housing Authority raises minimum wage to $15

July 19, 2021

Public housing officials in Charleston are raising entry level pay for agency employees to $15 per hour — a move they say is aimed at attracting and retaining employees.

Community center and police substation opens in Charleston’s Gadsden Green

June 24, 2021

Children looked on with curiosity as Charleston police, community leaders and residents met June 23 to celebrate a new community center in Gadsden Green.

All public housing in Charleston to be replaced or renovated in sweeping initiative

May 11, 2021

A bold plan to renovate or replace all of the Charleston Housing Authority’s public housing has started, and it’s expected to add 800 to 1,000 affordable apartments to the city.