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Litter’s long journey to Old Santee Canal Park

Sunday, September 25, 8:44 p.m.

On a map Old Santee Canal Park is a speck on the Cooper River, a long, winding seam of water connecting Lake Moultrie to the Atlantic Ocean. There is a ceaseless push and pull of water current along..

Cobras hoping trails lead to state

Saturday, September 24, 12:01 a.m.

The Cane Bay High School boys cross country team is planning on punching its first-ever ticket to the state championships later this fall.


Douglas leads Stags past Timberland

Friday, September 23, 10:49 p.m.


Gus Moody Memorial Tournament of Bands returns

Friday, September 23, 12:01 a.m.

The music is returning to celebrate a notable Dorchester School District 2 icon.

Bucs open conference play at Monmouth

Charleston Southern’s Big South Conference opener at Monmouth is on Saturday at Kessler Field in West Long Branch, N.J.

Stags in process of getting better

The Berkeley High School football team went into an open date on Friday about halfway where it had hoped to be after four games.


Oliver sets the example for Cavs

Every player hopes to leave a legacy that their respective teammates will remember long after he or she hangs up the athletic gear. For St. John’s Christian Academy outside hitter Cheyenne...


Shrine Bowl roster announcement Sept. 26

Within a week, 40 senior high school football players will find out if they’re part of the South Carolina squad representing the state in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

A degree of weather, C of C launches meteorology major

Drought that saps a lake to its bed, an ice storm that shreds tons and tons of branches from trees, a deluge that brings a devastating flood – can’t beat that for a syllabus if...

Local residents earn degree from WGU

The following local residents have received their degree from Western Governors University (WGU). The university held its 31st semi-annual commencement ceremony in Salt Lake City on July 16 and...


Timberland student selected for virtual engineering program

A Timberland High student will participate in a statewide virtual engineering program.

Delk: Local Lowcountry Firefighters Honor 9/11

Lowcountry firefighters honored those killed on Sept. 11, 2001, by walking Charleston’s Arthur Ravenel Bridge in silence.

Groups to clean up Palmetto Trail

The Palmetto Conservation Foundation (PCF), PalmettoPride and Keep the Midlands Beautiful will team up for a trail cleanup in honor of National Public Lands Day (NPLD) on Saturday, Sept. 24, along...


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Bonner Elementary has planned for a Chick-Fil-A night 4-7 p.m. on Sept. 22. The restaurant gives the school 10 percent if it makes a certain amount of money.


Too many in trouble, but not troubled enough

When “Tom” heard that my name was “Halloween Brown” a rather broad smile spread across his face.

Guest Column

Kennard: Beekeeping yields to sweet reward

Last weekend, my wife and I took a stroll through the Summerville Farmers Market. Our goal was to gather enough ingredients for dinner later that evening.

Guest Column

Kennard: When disaster strikes keep Pop Tarts nearby

I drove down to Jessens Landing twice on Friday just to see how high the Ashley River was in the wake of Hurricane Hermine.

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House begins review of state tax policy

On August 30th, the SC House Tax Policy Review Committee held its first meeting. This is not a Standing Committee.

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