Cavs on learning curve

Tuesday, April 12, 12:01 a.m.

The St. John’s Christian baseball team is learning on the go this spring but it has managed to put together some winning efforts.

County reaches settlement in transportation fee lawsuit

Monday, April 11, 6:06 p.m.

Berkeley County has settled a lawsuit that alleged the county did not spend millions of dollars in impact fees within the time allowed by state law.

Murky well water haunts some rural county residents

Monday, April 11, 12:01 p.m.

You don’t drink the water on Poplar Hill Drive, and you probably shouldn’t wash your clothes in it either.

Gator Crawl to celebrate late GCHS role model

Monday, April 11, 12:49 a.m.

So what exactly is a Gator Crawl?

Watson shines at Redhawks practice

The Carolina Redhawks held a practice at Westview Middle School in Goose Creek on Saturday, giving players from that area an opportunity to have a shorter drive to the workout.

MaxReps Academy field day and oyster roast on April 16

A MaxReps Academy event on April 16 will introduce a new opportunity for young athletes to hone their skills and also benefit the Charleston Animal Society.

Winningham sparkles again

Berkeley High School’s baseball team could board a plane, fly to The Bronx and suit up against the New York Yankees and would expect to win with senior southpaw Josh Winningham taking the...

Player profile: Skyler Gadsden

Raised in Bonneau, Berkeley High School junior Skyler Gadsden is ready to put the future into perspective and forge forward.

Adult education employees recognized

Three Berkeley County Adult Education employees received recognition and awards for their work in adult education during the Adult Education Spring Institute in Columbia.

Twenty schools recognized with Palmetto awards

Twenty Berkeley County School District schools have been recognized as Palmetto Gold and Silver Award recipients for the 2014-2015 school year.

Cane Bay Middle students participate in Project Lead the Way Gateway competition

Gateway to Technology and VEX Robotics Team students at Cane Bay Middle School attended the Project Lead the Way Gateway competition in Columbia, and placed in the top eight for the Automation and...

Palmetto Scholars holding fundraiser

Palmetto Scholars Academy is selling tickets and taking donations for its annual auction to take place on March 19 at the North Charleston Fire Museum from 6:30-10 p.m.

Youth Apprenticeship Application Being Accepted

Businesses from around the Lowcountry are offering 16- to to 18-year-old students and 2016 high school graduates opportunities to learn while they earn through Youth Apprenticeship Program,...

Macedonia Newsline: Many events occuring through April

Ladies from “Grace Home,” in Santee will be our guest during our Worship Service, on Sunday, April 10. Bring a covered dish, and join us for fellowship afterwards.

Mother & Daughter Banquet set for May 14

The Queens Mother & Daughter Banquet will be at 5 p.m. on May 14 at Berkeley Middle School. The honorarium guest speaker is Diane Barrino, inspiring mother of American Idol Winner and Grammy...

Williams: Out of Easter, but may Easter never be out of us

I walked into a store I frequently visit to purchase a few items, and while paying the cashier I remarked that Easter was behind us now and I noticed it in the changing display in the store. She...

Guest Column

Guest Column

Smith Says: The joys of aging - it’s better than the alternative

My husband is 60, which, as everyone knows, is the new 40. Except he’s not buying it.


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