An informal networking meeting — the first of its kind — took place July 18 among those seeking to conserve and preserve Berkeley County’s green- ways and blueways.
The South Carolina State Museum in Columbia is about to be brighter than ever as it opens a one-of-a-kind facility on Saturday, Aug. 16.
School is out for another few weeks, but safety improvements are underway to keep kids safe once they return.
Honoring the accomplishments of its young people has been a long standing tradition with Moncks Corner Town Council.
Moncks Corner Park and Recreation All-Star teams are proving again that the future of Berkeley Stags baseball and softball is in capable hands.
It’s Hurricane season in South Carolina.
Passing leagues and passing league camps help bridge the two-month gap between football spring practice in May and the start of pre-season practice in August.
The mats spread across the Berkeley gymnasium stretched a deep blue beneath the freshly painted “Fear the Deer” mural on the wall.
The National Honor Society of High School Scholars has announced that Berkeley High School student Alayah M. Jones of Moncks Corner has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization.
Moncks Corner United Methodist Church is sponsoring the annual Salkehatchie Camp this week.
The Public Computer Center at Trident Technical College’s Berkeley Campus is offering the following computer courses to the public, free of charge.
The South Carolina State University Foundation has pledged $1 million to the institution.
Everybody around here is heading to the beach! Are you? Need something to read? Here’s a short novel:
A Walmart Neighborhood Market is coming to Goose Creek.
The Philippine Embassy in Washington, D.C., in cooperation with the Filipino Community Center Inc. in Charleston, has announced that it will conduct a Consular Outreach Mission.
The International ministries Department of the Diocese of Charleston hosts the next mission trip to San Pedro La Laguna in Sept. 21-28.