Calvary Church wants to turn on the light at 50th celebration

Tuesday, September 29, 1:05 a.m.

In many ways, September 20 looked like any other Sunday morning at the Calvary Church of the Nazarene in Goose Creek.

Trojans come up short against Lake Marion

Monday, September 28, 6:01 a.m.

The Cross Trojans will enter region play this week coming off a hard-fought setback to rival Lake Marion.

Man killed in Moncks Corner home invasion ID’d

Monday, September 28, 3:31 p.m.

The Berkeley County Coroner on Monday publicly identified the man killed during a home invasion Sunday.

Cobras can’t pin first loss on Ashley Ridge

Sunday, September 27, 11:23 p.m.

A year ago, Ashley Ridge’s defense allowed more than 600 yards rushing in a loss to Cane Bay. On Friday night, the Swamp Foxes’ defense was determined not to be the goat.

Berkeley cross country teams making strides

The Berkeley High School cross country season has proven to be a work in progress, according to coach Melissa Hicks.

Timberland High School coach chosen for 2015 Shrine Bowl

Bill Boroff, a social studies teacher and defensive coordinator for the Timberland Wolves, was selected to coach for the South Carolina team at the 2015 Shrine Bowl to be held in Spartanburg Dec.

Berkeley Girls take all but one in match with Colleton County

The sparse scattering of spectators didn’t deter Berkeley’s girls tennis team from cleaning up on the court, 5-1, in their match Sept. 14 against Colleton County.

Lady Trojans off to fast start in region

Cross volleyball coach Damian Johno doesn’t believe in scheduling cupcakes in the early part of the season.

‘LOL’ with Sangaree Elementary

Sangaree Elementary School’s Learning Outdoor Lab (LOL) is officially open. The LOL is the result of a $5,000 Lowes Toolbox for Education grant and a $1,000 Bosch Energy, Science &...

Berkeley Co. history series announced

The rich history of a Berkeley County community will be brought to life this fall. Goose Creek Mayor Michael Heitzler’s popular historical lecture series begins Oct. 1 and is open to the...

Berkeley schools host arts events during National Arts in Education Week

National Arts in Education Week begins this week, and schools in Berkeley County have planned several events to celebrate.

Students invited to create recycled scupltures

The Garden Club of South Carolina is sponsoring a fun contest for students about recycling. Eight students in grades fourth through eighth will compete against each other for the best sculpture made...

Weedy Asian plant bears delicious name

The average American’s simplest and commonest form of breakfast consists of coffee and beefsteak.

Trilogy: Revival services announced for Pineville

The Day Dawn Baptist Church of Pineville will conduct its annual Revival Session Sept. 30 through Oct. 2 beginning nightly at 7 p.m. The Minister for the session will be the Reverend Milton Scott,...

Christmas Child preparations beginning

Victory Baptist Church will be having Give A Child Hope Event on Oct. 6. RSVP to bschoonmaker1@aol.com to help pack and send shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child.

Where is truth?

Most of my readers might be familiar with the conversation between Jesus and the Governor, Pontius Pilate recorded in the bible. There is a series of exchanges between Pilate and Jesus.

Guest Column

Fear the rain

There are two types of people in the world: Those who carry umbrellas, and those who don’t.

Guest Column

A chuckle or two about money

As one man said to me last week, “I can’t believe it, the year is almost done already.” As they say, time waits for no man. Labor Day marks the official end of summer. Students...


Pope Francis leads by example

What qualifies a pope to be considered great?

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