The St. Stephen Community History Room and Café will be open 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 8. The menu will include hamburger steak with gravy, mash potatoes, field peas, dessert and more.
The North Charleston Police Department wants parents and students to know that a “Youth Escort Policy” will take effect at Northwood’s Mall beginning Sept. 15. This means there will be a curfew on Friday and Saturday nights from 6 p.m. until closing, and anyone who is 17 years of age or under must be accompanied by a parent or …
The Church of God of Prophecy on Church of God Road has its food bank open 5:30-7:30 p.m. every third Thursday evening. The church takes applications for senior citizens 60 years and older with a certain amount of income to get a free box of monthly food from the government.
The Lucinda R. Snider Women’s Missionary Society at Wesley AME is sponsoring a bottled water drive to help victims of the Louisianan flood.
Let me start out this week by saying thanks to all those people who expressed their appreciation and encouragement to me recently for the wonderful and informative articles printed in the Berkeley Independent week after week.
The Berkeley County Republican Women had their August dinner Aug. 27 at The Barony House.
Construction is coming along with the Dollar General Store being built on Highway 17-A by the fire department. I was told it is expected to open in September.
Tommy and Robin Dantzler are celebrating the opening of a new business and the residents of Berkeley County are pleased to see their county resources continue to grow.
I am one of those people that you may call not very curious; or probably, you may say I am selectively curious.
Several weeks ago the Macedonia Fire Department received a code OBGYN over the radio. A woman on Harristown Road was in labor and the crew arrived in time to deliver a baby girl; she was breech but mom and baby did fine. First-responders had both ready to be transported when the ambulance arrived. There were lots of volunteers there, but Jerry D …
It is not wrong to dream. To a certain extent we all do. Which of us have not at one time or another sat down and begin to project into the future the life we would like to have or at the least the way we would want a portion or area of our life to be.
Margie Brown, first lady of the United Methodist Cross Charge Church of Cross will present a seminar, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Aug. 20, for young ladies 12 years of age and older, at the Jerusalem United Methodist Church Life Center.
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class William C. Miller Jr. graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
It’s catching on fast.
The second annual Back-To-School Bash is scheduled for 5-8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13 at the Steel Shed located at 116 Steel Shed Lane, Jamestown. Enjoy inflatable jump castles, games and activities for children and adults. Prizes and raffles will also be distributed. A light meal will be provided. Several agencies will be on hand to share information. …
Many residents in the community have enjoyed the summer time by traveling or having relatives to visit.
So it’s back to school for what is yet another school year. Holidays have expired, and the shopping and other activities have been completed. I can hear the parents breathing a sigh of relief.
The second annual Joshua L Milligan Police Summer Camp took place July 25-29.
It seems as if it was only a few weeks ago that I was writing about school getting ready to go on vacation. Now I am looking at school getting ready to start a new school year. How time flies.
The Center for Heirs Property Preservation is sponsoring a free wills clinic at 2:30 p.m., at the Cross-Community Center-Community Room, 1690 Old Highway 6 in Cross.
The Charleston Gospel Choir and Charleston Spiritual Ensemble are seeking new volunteer members.
Hood’s Chapel United Methodist Church will celebrate Fifth Sunday Service on July 31 and its sister churches Berea United Methodist and Eccles United Methodist will join it.
The Day Dawn Baptist Church Missionary Auxiliaries conducted its annual Women Day Program on July 24 during regular service in Pineville.
Thanks to all those people who either sent me feedback on the fire prevention series of articles or spoke to me in person.
Dr. Drew K. McPhail teamed up this past season to support and encourage the donation of used or new instruments to the North Charleston POPS! for its …
I’d like to thank the management of the Independent who graciously allowed me to take a few weeks off from writing this column while I was out of town on a two-week vacation. As many of you know, the pastorate has many physical, emotional and spiritual demands. Therefore, time off is always welcome, appreciated, and needed.
There has been no shortage of conflict in our nation since the presidential campaigns began and even before. It seems as if a climate of intolerance has developed that has led people to rather extreme and cruel behavior. The situation is that hostility and hatred is somewhat like drinking and driving. When you engage in it you think it is a …
In my last column I left you with this question: what is the leading cause of deaths resulting from residential fires?
The St. Stephen Community History Room and Café will be open 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. on Thursday. The menu will consist of baked lasagna, tossed garden salad, Texas toast, dessert and more.