A woman reported her children’s red Radio Flyer wagon valued at $200 was stolen from the front yard of their Ladson home June 15. According to a report, the wagon was taken sometime between...
Fishing from the dock of Biggin Creek at Santee Canal Park?
The South Carolina Election Commission has reopened filing for S.C. House District 100.
What’s not to like about renewable energy? Well, maybe the up-front price tag and the fact it’s hard to take with you if you’re renting or facing an upcoming move.
Often a time of scrambling and unraveling, the 11th hour has been mighty kind to the Lowcountry RedHawks.
A year ago, Chris Singleton walked onto a baseball field and spoke these words:
Rolando Burse was once an overmatched 10th-grader in Cane Bay’s secondary.
The City of Goose Creek Recreation Department is registering for youth football and cheerleading.
The following Berkeley County students have made the Dean’s List at The Citadel. Dean’s List recognition is given to cadets and students registered for 12 or more semester hours and...
Susan Whitfield and Julie Wilson’s kindergarten class at Boulder Bluff Elementary finished up a unit on ocean animals with a “trip to the ocean” that included fishing and...
Deena K. Gamble of Goose Creek earned a place on the spring 2016 Deans Honor Roll at Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas. Gamble is a senior majoring in medical diagnostic imaging.
On May 24, students, administrators, parents, and faculty gathered at Charleston Southern University for the 19th Annual Breakfast of Champions. The Breakfast of Champions recognizes top students in...
Take a tour in time to Cape Romain’s historic Lighthouse Island on Sunday, June 26th, 2016.
“The whole army is burning with an insatiable desire to wreak vengeance upon South Carolina. I almost tremble at her fate, but feel that she deserves all that seems in store for her.”...
Home sales sizzled across the Charleston area in May, but shrinking inventory continues to be a concern.
With another Fathers Day behind us, millions of fathers are now enjoying new ties, perhaps some new socks and maybe a card from the kids – perhaps a phone call, or a mention in a Facebook post.
A new world record was broken Friday across the county line in Summerville when thousands sampled sweet tea from a 2,400 gallon “Mason jar.”