The Berkeley County business community sounded off Wednesday morning, Oct. 22, on a long wish list of improvements it hopes will become a reality.
Berkeley County Council will decide soon whether or not to allow campgrounds outside of commercial areas.
General Marion’s Brigade, Berkeley County’s chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, celebrated its 15th anniversary with an open house on Oct. 11.
Berkeley County Sheriff’s deputies arrested four individuals Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 21, in connection with a burglary and home invasion, according to sheriff’s spokesman Dan Moon.
Berkeley isn’t the only team standing in line to play for a region championship.
St. John’s Connor Thornton blew the competition away.
Berkeley High School Principal Steven Steele said it best as he looked ahead to Friday’s homecoming festivities and football game against Orangeburg-Wilkinson.
It’s funny how life emulates sports, and sports mimic life.
Each month, Berkeley Middle School chooses its Terrific Kids in Kindergarten, first grade and second grade.
The Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM) is now accepting applications for its Class of 2017 through Feb. 15, 2015.
Jumpstart’s Read for the Record, presented in partnership with CVS Health, the Berkeley County Library system and Berkeley County First Steps, will take place at libraries within Berkeley County...
Dr. Alfonso Porter will publish his dissertation, Theological Transformation for Social Urban Ministry, this fall and will be offering courses in spring 2015 under Sound Doctrine Ministries in...
Students and faculty at Timberland High School were recently treated to internationally renowned motivator, educator and author, Principal Baruti Kafele.
The Baptist Women’s World Day of Prayer happens each year in November.
Such a friendly plant, and so easy to please … but once you’ve got it in your backyard, it may never want to leave.
Dot DeHay recently had a visit from her son and his wife from Oklahoma.
You know this is how The Walking Dead started.
Southerners do make headlines, don’t we? Sometimes we hear some piece of news and immediately know it happened south of the Mason-Dixon Line. We just KNOW, the same way we know it’s going to rain if...