A public battle is shaping up between the county’s new administration and a terminated employee.
The 16th annual Shuckin’ in the Park Oyster Roast is Saturday, March 14, from noon to 6 p.m. at Old Santee Canal Park in Moncks Corner.
It’s a mouthful, but no worries, county employees won’t answer the phone with the county’s new slogan:
It doesn’t quite feel like hurricane weather yet in Berkeley County but the county remains vigilant.
The Timberland Wolves utilized some wicked long distance aerial artillery to harpoon Whale Branch in the Lower State semi-finals to advance to the Class AA Final Four with a 74-68 win over the...
Overcoming a sluggish start, especially at the line, the Berkeley Stags caught fire in the second half and won the game going away at the line, downing Marlboro County 46-41 in the opening round of...
Beware Greeks bearing gifts, is a warning to all things Trojan to be aware and on guard, according to Homer’s epic tale “The Iliad.”
St. John’s Christian Academy Steve Guerry announced the formation of a new 9th-grade AAU basketball team called the Charleston Stampede to be based out of Moncks Corner.
The faculty and staff of Berkeley Middle School have selected Molly McClure as their “Rookie Teacher of the Year.”
Trident Technical College is hosting College Goal S.C. events as part of a nationwide effort to help students and parents learn more about college financial aid.
Howe Hall Arts Infused Magnet School is now accepting applications for the 2015-2016 academic year. Applications must be postmarked by Tuesday, March 31.
Since the first of the year, Berkeley County First Steps has received $6,100 from three companies and foundations to sustain and expand its early literacy and language development programs. The funds...
Winter at the beach: cold winds along the dunes, clouds scudding along above us, and where last summer the children and dogs romped, the beach now is dominated by plaintive little wading birds...
Congratulations to Timberland High School students for their amazing accomplishments on Feb. 7 at the FBLA District IV competition.
The public is invited to the Remember the Swamp Fox event on Friday, Feb. 27 at 11 a.m.
The Fifth Annual Magnolia Plantation and Gardens Photography Contest begins Sunday, March 1.
My best friend said if I smiled for 60 seconds it would be impossible to have a negative thought.
If you have a job in the tri-county area, the odds are good that you commute to work. (Unless your job is being a full-time wife and mother, in which case you don’t commute because...
South Carolina has a great amount of diversity in topography, climate, and outdoor opportunities. We are truly blessed to live here.