Beer-keley County will have to wait.
The S.C. Department of Natural Resources has scheduled seven public meetings to receive input from hunters concerning DNR supported legislation related to future deer management in South Carolina.
U.S. District Court has approved a six-week severance package for the former employees at a Berkeley County firetruck manufacturer that abruptly closed after years of financial difficulty in 2014.
The Stratford High School cross country teams are off and running this fall in the same mindset they always are.
The Stratford High School football team had a rough road trip on Friday.
A summer on the diamond is coming to a close for some former high school baseball standouts.
The Carolina RedHawks, preparing to begin play in the Central Carolina Football League in the spring of 2016, will hold a second set of tryouts and practice on Saturday at 9 a.m. at Westview...
Stratford High School girls tennis coach Walt Moorer has a young and inexperienced squad on the court this fall but it’s noticeably enthusiastic.
Dairen D Mucha III, son of Dairen and Amy Mucha of Goose Creek, graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, N.Y. on June 20.
Thomas Burch is the newest Realtor to join the Goose Creek Crowfield Boulevard office of Carolina One Real Estate. A former contractor, Burch has also been employed locally by SPAWAR and the Boeing...
Vendors and sponsors are needed for the Crowfieldfest car and motorcycle show on Sept. 26.
Joint Base Charleston was recently selected as a finalist for an award that will be handed out during the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Honors Night awards.
Home Telecom has announced plans to bring connected consumers a better and faster online experience in their homes and businesses with Velocity Gigabit, which could provide Internet service as much...
I’m working on a theory: People have always been crazy, we just haven’t known about it. With today’s 24-hour news cycle, every nutty thing we do is public knowledge.
This is not your typical front page, above-the-fold news story, which is where I wished this could go.