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WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - The UNCW men’s basketball team lost to No. 22 Charleston Wednesday, 71-69, at Trask Coliseum.Charleston came into the game boasting the nation’s longest winning streak at 15 games, while UNCW’s streak stood at 13 straight victories.The Cougars lead by 11 points at halftime, but the Seahawks mounted a comeback throughout the second half.The Seahawks led by two points, 69-67, with 2:15 remaining in the game, but would fail to score again. Charleston capitalized on free throws and...
WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - The UNCW men’s basketball team lost to No. 22 Charleston Wednesday, 71-69, at Trask Coliseum.
Charleston came into the game boasting the nation’s longest winning streak at 15 games, while UNCW’s streak stood at 13 straight victories.
The Cougars lead by 11 points at halftime, but the Seahawks mounted a comeback throughout the second half.
The Seahawks led by two points, 69-67, with 2:15 remaining in the game, but would fail to score again. Charleston capitalized on free throws and squeaked out a 71-69 victory to win its 16th consecutive game and remain undefeated in CAA play.
UNCW falls to 14-4 (4-1 in CAA play) while Charleston improves to 17-1 (5-0 in CAA play).
Trazarian White and Jamarii Thomas led the way for UNCW with 16 points apiece. Dalton Bolon led the scoring on the Cougars’ side with 16 points of his own.
Despite the losing effort, the hype surrounding this year’s UNCW team has made waves through the campus. The game was the second sellout at Trask Coliseum this season.
Students started lining up four and a half hours before Wednesday’s game, with some saying they have never seen so much excitement for a game before. Senior Caden Lang is the head of a student-fan organization and says he’s looking forward to what the rest of the season has in store.
“It’s awesome,” said Lang. “I mean, for us to go on this win streak is huge, to get national attention and to play a ranked team at Trask, it hasn’t been done since my freshman year and hasn’t really been a meaningful game since the 80s. So, it’s awesome to see history.”
As for the rest of the campus and community, Athletic Director Jimmy Bass says the team’s success has radiated through the school’s other programs. He says the excitement is something he expected when Coach Takayo Siddle was hired to take over the team. Not only has Siddle brought the hype, but his teams have also brought in the money.
“We exceeded our season ticket goal this year for men’s basketball,” said Bass. “We’ve already exceeded our individual game ticket goal, which means we’ve still got homecoming, we’ve still got Towson at the end of the year on senior night. So, we’ve got a chance to finish in the black, something we haven’t done in the past couple of years from a revenue standpoint.”
UNCW will be back at home on Saturday to host William and Mary. Tipoff is scheduled for 5 p.m.
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MOUNT PLEASANT — The Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina is proposing to expand its marina and accommodations to keep pace with growing demand for vessels and visitors.The 23-acre waterfront site at state-owned Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum wants to add 60 to 130 boat slips and up to 130 guest rooms.The existing marina has 459 slips, but the operator of the resort said it needs more. The facility is running at about 97 percent occupancy from privately owned vessels and a for-profit boating club with about 50 ...
MOUNT PLEASANT — The Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina is proposing to expand its marina and accommodations to keep pace with growing demand for vessels and visitors.
The 23-acre waterfront site at state-owned Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum wants to add 60 to 130 boat slips and up to 130 guest rooms.
The existing marina has 459 slips, but the operator of the resort said it needs more. The facility is running at about 97 percent occupancy from privately owned vessels and a for-profit boating club with about 50 watercraft.
“We need additional spaces.” said Oliver Rooskens, managing director of the resort.
Given the demand, he said, little room is left for transient boaters.
Rooskens called it a “lost opportunity.”
“In an ideal world we would have a slightly lower occupancy, so we have more space available for transient boaters,” he said. “At the moment we’re really limited in what we can offer transient boaters.”
The resort has submitted a permit request to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The application is still under review.
A separate proposal before Mount Pleasant Planning Commission seeks to amend the resort’s agreement with the Patriots Point Development Authority to allow for up to an additional 133 hotel rooms, bringing the total to about 350.
In addition to the town, the Patriots Point board, as the resort’s landlord, would need to approve the expansion plans.
Rooskens said he hopes to obtain the necessary permits this year.
He did not have a price estimate for either project, citing shipping delays and other issues. He noted that the resort just received dock materials that it ordered in 2019, the year before the pandemic wreaked havoc with the global supply chain.
“It all depends on when you place the order, and until you do, you don’t know how backed up the concrete and materials markets are or what the cost of construction looks like,” Rooskens said.
Patriots Points began leasing some of its valuable land to private developers more than 25 years ago to generate rental income to help maintain its fleet of historic warships.
The resort made its debut in mid-1997, with the completion of a 121-room hotel. The first phase of the marina was completed around the same time.
The current operator, which is part of a large insurance company, bought the leasing rights to the 26-acre property for $17.5 million in 2002. It added the 92-room Beach Club hotel about six years ago.
Mac Burdette, interim director of the state-owned visitors attraction, said the resort’s latest expansion plans are “exciting.”
“It’s a positive sign in this economy that one of our main hoteliers is looking to add additional rooms, because it means they see the market is strong enough to support that investment,” he said.
The separate $500 million, 15-year Patriots Annex project at Patriots Point will include hotels, a convention center, office space, an amphitheater, retail shops and 130 residential units on land that Charleston-based Bennett Hospitality is leasing near the Yorktown carrier.
Burdette, who plans to step down once a new full-time director can be hired, said Patriots Annex will be a pivotal project for the military attraction and the region. A groundbreaking event was held last year.
“This is probably the last few big developments on Charleston Harbor that we’ll ever see,” Burdette he said. “It’s a big deal.”
The Charleston Metropolitan area saw a 6.6% increase in job growth last year, which was the second highest rate in the nation, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.“It really goes to show that our region is thriving,” said Celeste Granger, vice president of Talent Development at the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, told WCSC TV.The chamber is...
The Charleston Metropolitan area saw a 6.6% increase in job growth last year, which was the second highest rate in the nation, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
“It really goes to show that our region is thriving,” said Celeste Granger, vice president of Talent Development at the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, told WCSC TV.
The chamber is currently piloting a federal grant to get marginalized communities into higher paying roles in the health care industry and is hoping to translate it to other industries, such as technical ones like heating, ventilation and air-conditioning.
“We were so used to saying, you know, for so long that there needed to be a four-year degree,” Granger said. “There doesn’t necessarily need to be that.”
The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce said it projects nearly 36,000 new jobs by the end of 2026.
In other headlines:
43 people face 170 charges from drug trafficking operation. State officials Thursday announced more than 40 people are facing charges of smuggling illicit drugs from Mexico to South Carolina’s Upstate region, including two inmates in a state prison who are accused of facilitating the operation while incarcerated. Overall, there were 170 charges against 43 defendants. Seven of the defendants have allegedly fled to Mexico; 34 have been arrested.
Human skulls destined for Manning spark theories. Rumors have circulated around Manning, S.C., for two weeks after the Mexican National Guard announced human skulls were sent from one of Mexico’s most violent areas to the rural Pee Dee city. No official reports have been sent to local law enforcement about the skulls, or even the intended recipient, since news broke Dec. 30, prompting theories among law enforcement and locals.
New subvariant possible increase of Covid-19 hospitalizations according to hospital officials. Hospital officials in South Carolina believe the increase in Covid-19 related hospitalizations is the cause of a new subvariant. According to the CDC, South Carolina is in the high or medium levels of Covid-19 infections.
Historic home of Black pastor OK’d to move. The Charleston Board of Architectural Review approved a proposal to move a 112-year-old home from 15 Radcliffe St. to 120 St. Philip St. Once the house has been moved, it will receive renovations.
Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina seeks to expand. The Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina has announced plans to expand the resort and marina to keep up with growing demand. The marina has 459 slips, which resort management says is not enough. The resort has submitted a request to the Army Corps of Engineers to expand the marina, which is still under review.
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Hundreds attended the Charleston Museum’s 250th anniversary celebration to commemorate this historic milestone.The Arthur Wilcox Auditorium at The Charleston Museum was filled Thursday evening as the institution celebrated 250 years of collection, preservation and education.“We have over 2.4 million objects in our collection,” Carl Borick, director of The Charleston Museum, said. “It’s the largest collection of South Carolina materials known, even larger t...
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Hundreds attended the Charleston Museum’s 250th anniversary celebration to commemorate this historic milestone.
The Arthur Wilcox Auditorium at The Charleston Museum was filled Thursday evening as the institution celebrated 250 years of collection, preservation and education.
“We have over 2.4 million objects in our collection,” Carl Borick, director of The Charleston Museum, said. “It’s the largest collection of South Carolina materials known, even larger than the State Museum in Columbia.”
Borick says it’s incredible to commemorate this milestone, especially with everything the museum has endured over the last two and a half centuries.
“The museum went through the Revolutionary War,” he said, “we went through the Civil War, major earthquake, tropical storms, hurricanes.”
The keynote speaker for the event was the director for the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History Anthea Hartig.
“To commemorate any anniversary gets us thinking,” Hartig said. “It gets us thinking about our institution’s history, about our nation’s history and that The Charleston Museum is celebrating its semiquincentennial, which is a big word to say 250, is so thrilling for the museum community, and for all of us who care so deeply about history.”
During her address, Hartig touched on a range of topics including revolutionary questions with the aim of continuing crucial dialogue about freedoms in America.
“Who is created equal?” Hartig said. “How are our rights taken away? How are they extended? How have we fought for them over time?”
Many audience members were blown away by Hartig’s presentation.
“She was quite impressive,” Fred Taccolini said. “I mean, she’s been around doing this now for 33 years, and she has some ties to Charleston, which I wasn’t aware of and she’s quite familiar with us.”
The Charleston Museum says they will continue to uphold the mission that their founders laid out more than two hundred years ago.
“They set in motion two and a half centuries of collecting,” Borick said, “preserving and educating. And our expectation is that will continue for the next 250 years.”
A craft beer named “1773 Anniversary Ale” was specially made by Holy City Brewery for this occasion.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – ...
COLUMBIA, S.C. – FlexCold, a leading cold storage warehousing and logistics company, today announced plans to establish operations in Dorchester County. The company’s $49.9 million investment will create 59 new jobs.
Headquartered in Charleston, FlexCold specializes in cold storage warehousing and logistics by providing customers with personalized cold storage expertise and targeting strategic locations that are advantageous to today’s evolving food supply chain. The company focuses on storing, handling, and distributing poultry, seafood, meat, packaged goods and frozen produce.
Located on Patriot Boulevard in North Charleston, the Dorchester County facility marks FlexCold’s first cold storage location in South Carolina and second facility in the United States. The new operations will include a highly modern, cold food storage facility to accommodate a diverse customer base with a focus on receiving a substantial amount of imported goods. Operationally, FlexCold will provide import and export services, U.S. Department of Agriculture and Food and Drug Administration inspections, labeling and repacking, and cross-docking services.
Operations are expected to be online by late summer 2024. Individuals interested in joining the FlexCold team should visit the company’s careers page.
“We are thrilled to be expanding our footprint by establishing operations within a modern cold storage facility strategically located close to the Port of Charleston. We’re proud to further add to the economic development of the area in a meaningful and tangible way by helping meet the need to accommodate critical import and export business, specifically seafood.” -FlexCold Co-Founder Jeff Manno
“We are proud to announce another innovative cold storage chain locating in South Carolina. It’s companies such as FlexCold that will continue to enhance our supply chain by providing profound ideas and cutting-edge talent. We welcome FlexCold and look forward to the positive impact that they will make in the state and the Dorchester County community.” -Gov. Henry McMaster
“We welcome FlexCold to Dorchester County and celebrate the new opportunities that the company will create. South Carolina’s business-friendly climate, talented workforce and efficient infrastructure network make it the perfect location for FlexCold to establish new operations.” -Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III
“SC Ports has significantly upgraded its refrigerated capabilities to efficiently handle more frozen and fresh products for the growing Southeast consumer base. FlexCold’s investment will complement these efforts and further enhance the cold chain in South Carolina. This innovative facility will expand the ability to move more frozen products, such as seafood, through the Port of Charleston.” -SC Ports President and Chief Executive Officer Barbara Melvin
“We are excited to welcome FlexCold as the newest company in North Charleston and Dorchester County, as we know the large capital investment and new job opportunities will certainly have a positive and lasting effect on our community. The city of North Charleston proudly commits to remain business-friendly and attentive to the needs of FlexCold and all our local industries.” -City of North Charleston Mayor R. Keith Summey
“Cold storage is a fast-growing segment of the logistics and distribution business at the Port of Charleston, and Dorchester County is excited to welcome FlexCold. It’s encouraging to see such a dynamic company establish operations in our community. We thank FlexCold for their investment and look forward to their success.” -Dorchester County Council Chairman Stuart T. Friddle
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