Federal disaster declared for Berkeley County

Wednesday, October 7, 9:41 a.m.

After Federal Emergency Management Agency and state damage assessment officials toured Berkeley County Tuesday in the wake of unprecedented flooding, they amended their list of counties in the Major..

County Council goes paperless with iPads

Thursday, October 8, 12:01 a.m.

Citing potential legal issues and cost-savings, Berkeley County Council approved purchasing electronic tablets for each council member and the supervisor — a total of $3,683.88.

Sheriff’s Office receives grant for 26 Tasers

Thursday, October 8, 12:01 a.m.

Berkeley County Sheriff’s deputies will have a little extra back-up with a Department of Justice grant allowing for the purchase of 26 Tasers.

Schools open on two-hour delay Thursday in Berkeley County

Wednesday, October 7, 1:26 p.m.

Berkeley County School District students will return to school Thursday on a two-hour delay. School bus pick up will operate on a one-hour delay.

25 years and counting: Jim Rozier is the voice of the Stags

Jim Rozier supposedly retired nine years ago.

From Athletics to Academics, Misty Burges Focuses on the Future

Tucked in a towering tuft of trees, deep in Berkeley County and far from the tar, noise and two-way traffic is the Burges home.

Cross prepped for Burke, Baptist Hill

Cross High School football coach Shaun Wright was less concerned with the postponed game against Burke High School than he was with the downtown Charleston school itself.

Wolves turn focus to Johnsonville

Timberland's path in football became clearer on Tuesday when the Wolves solidified dates for the Kingstree and Johnsonville games.

Avant-garde art with Berkeley Middle

Berkeley Middle art students got “Cubistic” for the day as they learned about cubism.

Berkeley Elementary recognizes these Terrific Kids for ‘Respect’

Berkeley Elementary named its Terrific Kids for September. That month’s theme was “Respect.”

Berkeley Middle College student earns National Merit’s Commended Student designation

Berkeley Middle College senior Garrett Wright has been named a Commended Student in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program.

BCSD students outperform peers on WorkKeys assessments

The South Carolina State Department of Education announced the results of each district’s WorkKeys assessments. Berkeley County School District (BCSD) students received more National Career...

A Survivor’s Story: Megan Cavanagh and Menopause the Musical

Change is good unless it’s to celebrate the estrogen-deprived and then it’s hilarious.

Macedonia Newsline: Showing Respect

Macedonia Middle School Students Blake Brown, John Gaskins and Kevin Hartley won the Character Trait for September which was Respect. Congratulations to these three fine students.

Trilogy: Celebration of Mother Victoria Middleton

At a recent Jefferson Heirs Family Reunion gathering, in Orlando, Fla., members of the Middleton family surrounded their mother, Mrs. Victoria Addison Middleton, a beautiful, godly woman, who...

Wallace: The power of God’s word

In verse 9, the Psalmist states “the fear of the Lord is clean, enduring forever.” Fearing God means to give him reverence. It means to hold him in high esteem. The culture we find...

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We in S.C. have an attitude problem

This week the leadership of the S.C. Legislature basically told the S.C. Supreme Court to go to Hell.

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