Not many venture down this road. Brown felled trees — remnants of February’s ice storm — line the curvy stretch leading to a shuttered warehouse. The building stands in a graveyard of machinery,...
The Lord Berkeley Conservation Trust (LBCT) recently appointed Jim Rozier as its incoming president. LBCT also brought three individuals onto its board of directors: Mike Heitzler, Mac McQuillin and...
The Berkeley County Republican Women held their annual Membership Tea at the historic Moncks Corner Train Depot on April 6.
Saturday, May 10 marks the 22nd anniversary of America’s largest-single day of giving — the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive in Partnership with the U.S. Postal...
If you invite them, they will come, the legends of Berkeley Stags sports.
Every sports team must endure a flat time during their season, a period of three or four games when the hits don’t fall, the ball doesn’t bounce right and the calls never go their way.
There are some games you don’t forget.
It was a sluggish game.
The Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics (GSSM) is accepting applications for GoSciTech, GSSM’s weeklong, residential summer camp for rising eighth, ninth and 10th graders.
Berkeley County School District has its new Teacher of the Year: Lauren Reeder of Marrington Elementary.
The Bradley Blake Foundation will host its Inaugural Commemoration Ball on May 17 at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge (1320 South Live Oak Drive in Moncks Corner).
The South Carolina 4H Youth Development Programs have a new short-term project for area youth interested in gardening.
It’s big, green, scary and, apparently, very tasty.
Hood’s Chapel UM Church’s April 12 The food and bake sale to raise money for a new roof was a success.
I was talking with the Ex recently about the success of her diet, and I asked her how she did it.
I love to eat. I love food.