The new Charleston Trade Center is under way in Summerville.
The Berkeley Independent and Goose Creek Gazette’s political series Conversation with the Candidates kicks of Wednesday, May 4, with candidates vying for County Council District 3 invited to...
Berkeley softball coach Boogie Grooms didn’t think it was his team’s best effort but the end result was what you want come playoff time, to simply win and move on.
The Farmers’ Market at the Green Barn at Carnes Crossroads is returning May 4. The local market, located on North Main Street between Summerville and Goose Creek, will take place weekly on...
Berkeley’s baseball team coasted in its Class AAA playoff opener on Friday.
A Ray Guy Prokicker.com Kicking Camp will be hosted by Ashley Ridge High School May 14-15.
A bystander at a recent Berkeley High School (BHS) track meet nodded approvingly while watching the competition.
Berkeley’s varsity boys tennis team is 7-8 for the season.
It all started one morning when Mrs. Afshar picked up our Pennies for Pizza collection box, shook it, and announced that it was sad and pathetic how empty it was, and how we could do so much better.
Students on the Timberland High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) Agricultural Tool Identification Team placed second in the FFA Lower State Regional Agricultural Tool Identification Career...
The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Math (GSSM) is bringing iTEAMS Xtreme, a free day camp for rising 7th- and 8th-graders, to Berkeley County again this summer. The day...
The American Legion Riders of South Carolina (ALRSC) are preparing for the fifth annual scholarship fund motorcycle benefit ride April 23-24.
MONCKS CORNER — A deep ditch that some consider dangerous could get improved soon, but some question how the bill will be paid.
(AP) — South Carolina’s only national park saw a 27 percent drop in visitors in 2015 after massive flooding in October inundated trails and knocked out bridges on routes into the park.
Be sure to put the 46th Annual Hell Hole Swamp Festival, which runs through May 7 in Jamestown, on your calendar now.
Retired physician and outdoorsman Frank Middleton is familiar with both infectious diseases and tick bites.
Random thoughts while glumly weeding the rose garden and wondering if I need Adderall:
My son loves Legos. For his birthday last year he received a large Lego police station. The kit came with 10 different bags and five different instruction booklets. He and I spent several days...
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