Susie Cales is 15 weeks pregnant and she has plenty to worry about but the virus linked to microcephaly in babies will not be one of those things that keeps her stressed.
The filing deadline for Goose Creek general elections was noon Friday.
For those who don’t need to watch another debate or hear another speech to know who they want for the next president of the United States, absentee voting is under way in South Carolina.
The former communications director for Berkeley County School District said she got bad advice from a previous lawyer that landed her in court Monday to prove she shouldn’t go to prison.
Janazia Halls walked into the auditorium at Cross High School carrying a plastic container stuffed with cake covered in frosting.
Malcom Garrett, a senior at Cross High School will play football in the fall for SC State on a full athletic scholarship.
What started as a sputter has turned into the spark of sweet success for St. John’s Christian Academy varsity girls.
Calvin Davis is looking for basketball players.
O’Dhori Prioleau, a junior at Berkeley Middle College, was accepted into the Science and Engineering Summer Apprenticeship Program at SPAWAR. Typically, the program only accepts six to eight...
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) announced he is accepting applications for congressional internships in his Washington, DC, North Charleston, Columbia and Greenville offices for the summer of 2016. The...
Richard Allen, the founder of the AME Church and it’s first bishop, will be featured as the next issue in the U.S. Postal Service’s Black Heritage Commemorative Series.
Berkeley County School District will host a meeting for members of the community to view the conceptual site and floor plans for the new Tanner/Foster Creek Area Elementary School in Hanahan.
AgSouth Farm Credit CEO Bill Spigener recently announced that William T. Robinson of Berkeley County has been elected chairman of AgSouth Farm Credit’s board of directors.
When this newspaper reaches your hands you will either be enjoying the lingering victory of the Carolina Panthers or trying to forget the defeat. Of course you know which way the sentiments run in...
Cross High School will be favored with the presence of retired Maj. Gen. Abraham J. Turner as the Black History Speaker for Cross High School on Feb. 23.
I am someone who enjoys having a predictable and scheduled day. Even if I don’t enjoy what I have scheduled for that day, I do appreciate knowing what is on the horizon.
The Zika virus has the media abuzz.
My husband won’t like this column, but I’ve been living it long enough to write it.
To the Editor: