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Free ‘Sounds of Summer’ concert series begins May 20

Friday, May 20, 12:01 a.m.

The Sixth Annual Sounds of Summer concert series begins Friday at Carnes Crossroads.

From heart murmur to heartbreak to happiness

Thursday, May 19, 12:01 p.m.

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


Legislative delegation lunches with the Chamber

Thursday, May 19, 12:01 a.m.

Berkeley County’s legislative delegation spoke at the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce’s annual legislative luncheon Friday at Red Bank Club.


Crime

Thursday, May 19, 12:01 p.m.

A woman who was in the process of trying to take her children to school called police instead to report that while she was sleeping, someone went into her vehicle May 10 or 11 and took $20 and a...

Matt Still, Athletic Director

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

Wolves and Stags snag top honors at state

A few Timberland Wolves and Berkeley Stags athletes snagged top state championship honors in Columbia Saturday, thanks to many months of preparation, hard work, dedication and sweat.


Trips to FSU, North Dakota State highlight CSU slate

Charleston Southern will open the season with its first-ever televised game on ESPN and will play five of its final six contests at Buccaneer Field to highlight its 2016 football schedule.


Stags season finale

At the top of the seventh inning not long before Berkeley’s 7-1 win over Midland Valley, head coach Boogie Grooms only asked for one thing.

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.

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.


BMS eighth graders raise money

It all started one morning when Mrs. Afshar picked up our Pennies for Pizza collection box, shook it, and announced that it was sad and pathetic how empty it was, and how we could do so much better.

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...

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.


Macedonia Newsline: Come out for MCAP meeting

The Oak Grove Pentecostal Holiness Church has scheduled its VBS date and time. “Encounter the God of the Universe” at its “To the Edge VBS” this summer.

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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