Officials in Charleston, South Carolina, have been thinking about what to do about parking for close to a decade, says Ross Appel, a city council member and land-use attorney. In January, the council voted to use its emergency powers to do away with parking-minimum policies on its historic King Street […]

Recent events have reminded Saline Area Schools Superintendent Scot Graden that encouraging metrics surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic one week, doesn’t mean they’ll stay that way. Saline had hoped to bring elementary school students back for more frequent in-person classes the week of Oct. 19, after recently transitioning into a hybrid […]

The coronavirus pandemic has made many hotel companies more eager for bookings without online travel agency commissions and with data on who the customers are. Price-comparison websites are a significant source of such bookings, and new tools are making it easier for smaller hoteliers to ramp up their ad purchases […]