Lynn DeHay has just returned from a vacation with daughter Dawn, her husband Rufus Prince and their sons, Ryan, Logan and Carson.
The Berkeley County Auditor wants to be sure that all Berkeley County property owners are receiving all the property tax exemptions that may be available to them.
The Sumpter Free Health Clinic volunteer members recently had a surprise visit from Lt. Gov. Yancey McGill, Rep. Joe Jefferson and Mayor Johnny …
The Macedonia Action Project will be having its next meeting on Tuesday, Aug.26 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Fellowship Hall at Hood’s Chapel UM Church.
Macedonia Middle School will hold Meet the Teacher on Aug. 14 from 4 to 7 p.m
The Bradley Blake Caring and Sharing Foundation will conduct a Community Awareness Day on Aug. 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bonneau Park, 420 Municipal Lane in Bonneau.
Jessica Seabrook Strickland of Cross and Steven Blake Vinson of Florence were united in marriage on Saturday, August 9, 2014 at Berkeley Baptist …
The Sumpter Free Health Clinic is in need of donations to help patients purchase their medication. To donate, check should be made out to: Sumpter Free Health Clinic, and mailed to PO Box 340, St. Stephen, SC 29479.
Jamie DeHay,formerly of the Bannisterdown community and now a resident of Orlando, FL, has found his calling.
Timberland High School will host “Empowering Your Child for the Future” in the school auditorium on Aug. 13.
A blood drive will be hosted by the Macedonia Fire Department Junior Explorers at the Macedonia Fire Department located at 2108 North Hwy 17-A on Monday, Aug. 11 from 2 until 7 p.m.
A local group named “Togetherness” is asking for our assistance. Togetherness is planning a Back to School Bash on Aug. 9 at the Cross Park from 4 to 6 p.m.
Hood’s Chapel United Methodist Church has welcomed its new pastor, Janice Mabey. She replaced Pastor Bill Tanner who retired in June.
Longleaf pine trees are shedding their needles across the sandhills and coastal plain, a normal occurrence this time of year, according to the S.C. …
The Town of St. Stephen’s annual October Festival is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 10 and Saturday, Oct. 11. Vendors are needed.
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hutto of Cross, and Mr. JoJo Strickland of Darlington, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica Seabrook Strickland to …
Redeemer Reformed Episcopal Church of Pineville, located on Highway 45, provides a refreshing setting for senior residents of the upper Berkeley …
The American Heritage Girls Troop SC 1603 and Victory Baptist Church are working to ship 100 Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes this fall.
Mike and June Goertzen are pleased to announce the birth of their newest grandson, Graham Bennett Wascak. He was born May 1 and weighed 8 pounds, 1 …
Hundreds of descendents of Stanley and Rebecca Reid will come “Back to their Moncks Corner Roots: Home Again” Aug. 1 to 3 for a family reunion.
A Walmart Neighborhood Market is coming to Goose Creek.
The Philippine Embassy in Washington, D.C., in cooperation with the Filipino Community Center Inc. in Charleston, has announced that it will conduct a Consular Outreach Mission.
Everybody around here is heading to the beach! Are you? Need something to read? Here’s a short novel:
The International ministries Department of the Diocese of Charleston hosts the next mission trip to San Pedro La Laguna in Sept. 21-28.
The South Carolina Wildlife Federation Women’s Outdoor Retreat is a weekend event designed for women to experience nature and outdoor recreation with like-minded ladies in a non-competitive environment.
Calling all former and current Clemson Extension volunteers, 4-H members (past and present), farmers, EFNEP clients, and Extension employees: Berkeley County Clemson Extension Service needs your recipes.
The South Carolina Forestry Commission is now taking orders for seedlings for the winter planting season.
A pastor once shared with a group of us the difficulty he was having getting his church to implement some much-needed changes. Many church members did not believe in doing anything different from the way it was always done.
It’s time to pull out your safari hat for Cypress Gardens’ annual Swamp Safari.
To those who haven’t lost any items to theft, beware. There seems to be a group of people who are going around the St. Stephen, Alvin and Jamestown area stealing golf carts, four-wheelers and any type of metal from citizens. They are even breaking into and stealing items from locked buildings.