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Meet new Moncks Corner representative Sylleste Davis

Wednesday, June 29, 12:01 a.m.

In her first days in office, freshman legislator Sylleste Davis traveled to Columbia and found herself saying, “aye” to the state’s first major ethics reform bill in 25 years.

Farmers affected by flooding have new web site for info

Wednesday, June 29, 12:01 a.m.

COLUMBIA — A website to assist flood-affected farmers who are applying for grants was launched Friday by the South Carolina Department of Agriculture.


Sen. Scott stands with GOP on gun rules

Wednesday, June 29, 12:01 a.m.

U.S Senator Tim Scott, R-S.C. stated Thursday that more should be done to keep guns away from terrorists.


Help animals beat the heat this summer

Tuesday, June 28, 3:41 p.m.

Cody knows how to keep his cool. The 15-year-old pinto horse drinks plenty of water – possibly up to 24 gallons in one day – and hangs out in the shade of a pine tree as the day heats...

Berkeley athletics forges forward into future

Charlie Harrison, at the helm as Berkeley High School athletic administrator, won’t take credit for all that’s being done in the program but is quick to pass the accolades to the...

Profile: Darryl Palmer

“Timberland turns out some darn good athletes.” The random comment was dropped into conversation between two neighbors that started with the weather, went to golf then to Timberland and...


CSU announces home kickoff times for 2016 season

Charleston Southern will kick off four of its six home football games before noon and will host a pair of afternoon contests to close out October during the 2016 season. The Buccaneers will begin...


County tandems top 10 at state high school fishing tournament

A pair of Berkeley County high school fishermen cast their lines into Lake Marion hoping to reel in a state championship.

The Citadel is seeking applicants for teaching scholarship

The Citadel is seeking applicants for a prestigious, fully funded teaching scholarship open to college graduates or professionals in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Local students graduate from College of Charleston

The following local students graduated from the College of Charleston:

Keep you and your family safe from fires at home

It’s hot out there, but the hottest temperature you will ever experience on this side of life is the one you will feel if your house should ever catch fire.

Hood’s Chapel UM Church says Farewell and Welcome to Their Reverends

On June 18 the congregation at Hood’s Chapel United Methodist Church had a very nice farewell dinner for Rev. Janice Mabey. There was lots of food, fellowship and a time of tears as the next...


Barnes: 128th annual Baptist Women’s Conference presented

The 128th annual session of the Women’s Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina, Dr. Audrey Neal, President, was conducted June 13-17 in Florence. The membership...


Women of the Year honored

For two consecutive years, the Upper Berkeley branch of the NAACP in St. Stephen has turned out winners for fundraising efforts at the Alvin Center.

Guest Column

Fathers day gifts come in various packages

With another Fathers Day behind us, millions of fathers are now enjoying new ties, perhaps some new socks and maybe a card from the kids – perhaps a phone call, or a mention in a Facebook post.

Guest Column

Fathers day gifts come in various packages

With another Fathers Day behind us, millions of fathers are now enjoying new ties, perhaps some new socks and maybe a card from the kids – perhaps a phone call, or a mention in a Facebook post.

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