Winningham inks deal with USC Sumter

Tuesday, May 24, 1:31 p.m.

If pitcher Josh Winningham were a boxer, he could easily dub himself something catchy like the Cerebral Assassin.

Beach wrestling on tap at Folly

Tuesday, May 24, 2:44 p.m.

A unique opportunity is on the horizon for current and former amateur wrestlers in the Lowcountry.

From heart murmur to heartbreak to happiness

Monday, May 23, 12:01 p.m.

Kathy Bull remembers the pure delight she felt 33 years ago gazing at the tiny face of her newborn.

Redhawks release schedule

Monday, May 23, 12:01 a.m.

The newest member of the Central Carolina Football League faces a daunting task right out of the gate.

Stags finish first spring under Robinson

New Berkeley High School football coach Randy Robinson didn’t waste a minute of spring practice.

Cane Bay athletes ink deals

It’s days like Wednesday, May 18 that make Tim McDowell’s job especially enjoyable.

County has another state champion

A high school softball coaching legend and her final Stratford team rode off into the sunset with a Class AAAA state championship, capping a special run to the crown with a 3-2 victory over Byrnes...

Matt Still, Athletic Director

It’s the little people who mean the most and motivate Matt Still.

St. Stephen teacher named rookie teacher of the year

Berkeley County School District has named St. Stephen Elementary’s Dorian Palladino, a Special Education teacher, as the 2016 Rookie Teacher of the Year. The District honored Palladino and 139.

Nine Berkeley County residents earn degrees from FMU

FLORENCE – Nine of the 346 Francis Marion University graduates from the spring commencement are from Berkeley County.

BES names ‘Terrific Kids’ for honesty, integrity

Berkeley Elementary School recently recognized children in grades K4-2nd grade for demonstrating April’s virtues of honesty and integrity for its monthly Terrific Kids.

Local governor’s school students bring home science awards

Forty-five students from the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics recently brought home 59 awards from the SC Junior Academy of Science Annual Spring Meeting.

Guest Editorial: Rep. Joe Jefferson

The House of Representatives amended, approved, and sent the Senate H.4776, the “South Carolina Education School Facilities Act.” The legislation makes provisions for state financial...

Williams: You don’t have to be a victim of circumstance

The gentlemen were exchanging pleasantries. They laughed, they told stories, and they seemed to have been having a genuinely good time. Suddenly one of them got a little more serious. You could see...

Macedonia Newsline: Help send a youth to Summer Camp

Macedonia Middle School will have its drama performance, “Good Cop, Bad Cop” at 1:15 p.m. May 25 in the multipurpose room. The performance is free to the public.

Republican Women’s Tea

The Berkeley County Republican Women had their annual membership tea at the lovely home of Betty and Keith Gourdin in Pineville.

Guest Column

Wallace: We must fight for healthy, loving relationships

If we are going to have healthy, loving relationships, then we are going to have to fight for them.

Guest Column

Smith: How well do we really know anyone?

Last week my husband, Widdle Baby, and I were watching some mindless network TV show. A ruggedly handsome doctor was tenderly cupping the face of a beautiful nurse.


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