GCPD’s Hart named 2016 Employee of the Year

Tuesday, August 16, 6:14 p.m.

What is Goose Creek PFC Justin Hart’s best quality?

Data: Traffic fatalities down slightly across state

Tuesday, August 16, 6:08 p.m.

The traffic-related deaths of 11 people in less than day last week prompted the South Carolina Department of Public Safety to issue a statement reminding residents how dangerous roads can be.

Hawks open up against new school

Tuesday, August 16, 10:31 a.m.

Hanahan High School will be looking for its first victory of the 2016 football season on Friday.

Friendly stray doesn’t let previous run-in with humans color his view of them

Monday, August 15, 12:01 p.m.

When a friendly, well-mannered white pit bull came to Doc Williams SPCA as a stray from the Huger area, two things were clear: he was hungry and he needed to be neutered before being adopted.

RedHawks break through

The first two minutes of Week 5 looked an awful lot like the first four weeks in a microcosm for the Lowcountry RedHawks.

Alabama, SEC trying to stay in college football’s penthouse

A postseason rampage put both Alabama and the Southeastern Conference back on top in college football last season.

Clemson, Florida State set to battle for ACC control

Clemson’s Deshaun Watson still thinks about carrying an unbeaten record into the final game of the season before losing to Alabama with a national championship on the line.

Not the same ol’ Clemson offensive line

CLEMSON - It’s a problem Robbie Caldwell hasn’t dealt with much during his five years at Clemson — people expecting big things from the offensive line.

Shoppers can save millions with tax-free weekend Aug. 5-7

Shoppers can save about $2.25 million during the state’s 17th annual Sales Tax Holiday weekend, Friday through Sunday, according to state officials.

Trident Medical Center plans $13.5M expansion

Citing a need for additional access to emergency and surgical services Trident Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Todd Gallati has announced the hospital will embark on a $13.5 million expansion.

‘A’ in effort: School board looks to bump grades to 10-point system

Berkeley County School District’s board unanimously voted for the first of two readings that will enact a 10-point grading system for all grades except first and second.

Scott accepting intern applications

U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) announced he is accepting applications for congressional internships in his Washington, DC, North Charleston, Columbia and Greenville offices for fall 2016. The intern...

Military news update

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Austin-Eugene G. Burkett graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

Williams: Reasons why staying in school is a good idea.

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.

Audition dates set for gospel choir

The Charleston Gospel Choir and Charleston Spiritual Ensemble are seeking new volunteer members.

We’re all on same side: the side for right

Thanks to all those people who either sent me feedback on the fire prevention series of articles or spoke to me in person.

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