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Fashion Plate for June 16, 2016

Tres Carmen Boutique fashion retailer is due to open in early July at 615 Freshfields Drive, in Freshfields Village. The store’s Facebook and Instagram pages will have updates on a grand opening to be held later.

Editorial Cartoon – June 10, 2016

Boeing Co. celebrates centennial with plaudits at S.C. Statehouse

The aerospace giant received proclamations and praise from politicians and community leaders on “Boeing Impact Day.” Boeing South Carolina, which rolled out of its first 787 Dreamliner in April 2012, has delivered 100 planes as of February 2016.

Chipotle planning new Mount Pleasant location on U.S. Highway 17

A new Chipotle Mexican Grill is under construction at 1509 U.S. Highway 17 N. in Mount Pleasant. (Photo/Ashley Heffernan)

Chipotle Mexican Grill is planning to open another restaurant in the Lowcountry later this year. The Denver-based company will open at 1509 U.S. Highway 17 N., near the Wando Crossing shopping center, in early fall, spokeswoman Danielle Moore said in

Rolled out an R2-D2-themed 787, Boeing did

Video via Seattle Times “Do. Or do not. There is no try.” — Yoda, Jedi Master Well, Boeing did it. And Star Wars geeks, fanatics and junkies are rejoicing. The aerospace manufacturer has revealed All Nippon Airways’ new 787-9 Dreamliner,

Boeing finds a big fan in Chinese airline

Xiamen Airlines operates an all-Boeing fleet, including the 737-700 (above) and 787s. (Photo/Boeing) Xiamen Airlines received its first 787 Dreamliner on Friday with plans to launch long-haul routes to Europe, North America and Australia. Xiamen Airlines is now the third

Another airline seeks 787 recompense

LOT Polish Airlines, which is banking on the Dreamliner to cut costs and put some black ink on the airline's bottom line, said it lost $50,000 a day when the jet was taken out of commission after battery issues grounded

Homeowners near crash think about buyouts

After a cargo plane crash killed two UPS pilots and clipped the trees of nearby homes in the Birmingham, Ala., area yesterday, some homeowners want to talk about the airport buying their property, The Birmingham News is reporting. Read the

Can Washington state keep Boeing from moving South?

Readers of the Puget Sound Business Journal don't think so:

Japanese pilots nervous about 787 fixes

Boeing's 787 Dreamliner has been cleared to resume flying, but pilots in Japan are concerned they might not receive enough warning about issues with the airplane's new battery system, the New York Times reports. Toshikazu Nagasawa, the director at the