Berkeley County has become the first public school district in the Lowcountry to wade into the transgender restroom debate, making it clear that such students can use the restroom with which they identify.
Berkeley County Council has made changes to how rural fire departments qualify for emergency funds and what happens to leftover funds.
Berkeley County Council has passed the second of three readings necessary for a tax incentive package to a company only known publicly by the monicker Project Green.
Berkeley County School District’s Summer Feeding Program, which serves free hot meals to children 18 years of age and younger, will be offered …
The plastic barrel promised an easy brew. Emblazoned with the name Mr. Beer, the brown container even had a tap attached to it.
An incident of road rage resulted in an accident assisted by SC Highway Patrol but required local law enforcement after the two drivers exited their …
Will Berkeley County have a budget prior to the close of the fiscal year? County Deputy Supervisor of Finance Tim Callanan sought first reading of the budget at the April 25 Finance Committee meeting — instead of doing so in May — to try to curb the council’s trend of passing budgets a month after June 30. But council declined …
Moncks Corner Rep. Eddie Southard’s name may still be on the ballot and he could win his old seat in the November general election despite his …
For Berkeley varsity boys tennis, it was a good week.
St. John’s Christian Academy athletes Hope Glover and Claire Gilmore were named to the High School Sports Report Class A All-State team and …
Ever seen an alligator try to ring a doorbell? It was a first for residents of Foxbank Plantation in Moncks Corner.
Berkeley County Sheriff’s deputies responded early this morning to a gunshot victim who appeared at a gas station on North Main Street.
Timberland High School’s track and field teams swept the Region 7-AA titles last week.
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 attend.
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, …
COLUMBIA — A proposal to have the state contribute another $5 million to the International African American Museum this year cleared its first hurdle on Thursday.
The Farmers’ Market at the Green Barn at Carnes Crossroads is returning May 4. The local market, located on North Main Street between …
The House amended, approved, and sent the Senate H.4763, legislation designated as “ALICIA’S LAW” to acknowledge the advocacy …
The revitalization of Moncks Corner is a “program not a project,” said Beppie LeGrand of the Municipal Association of South Carolina. …
A substance that tested positive to be crack/cocaine was found in the vehicle of a driver with a suspended license pulled over for speeding. It was the man’s third driving under suspension offense in five years.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will accept public comment until May 5 on development of the industrial park in Berkeley County that will hold Volvo’s first U.S. car plant.
Vivid visions of fun is soon what’s in store for summer. It was also the goal of the Berkeley Bright Ideas Expo.
The Berkeley County Clemson Club invites Tiger fans to join co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliott at Tiger Talks 2016.
The Berkeley County Cooperative Extension Service has opened a new office after its former location was left underwater by last fall’s historic flood.
Online shopping with curbside pickup is a perk now offered by Wal-Mart in Goose Creek.
Cross and Goose Creek High Schools are on U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 Best High Schools list.
Law enforcement searched an area near Cainhoy Elementary School in Huger for more evidence Wednesday, April 27, following the finding of a woman’s skull.
Moncks Corner Rep. Eddie Southard turned in a letter of resignation to the House Speaker’s office Wednesday, April 27.
Two GOP candidates have dropped out of local priamry races in Berkeley and Dorchester counties.