Moncks Corner Park and Recreation Director Ralph Jones announced that construction has been completed on the Regional Recreation Complex Press Box and Concession Stand.
A few will choose for all during the Tuesday, June 9, special election for Berkeley County sheriff as Republican Duane Lewis vies with Democrat Anthony Smalls to fulfill the remainder of an unexpired...
Each spring, every football coach approaches the coming fall with the same optimism.
The Medical University of South Carolina has discharged Berkeley County Sheriff deputy Lt. Will Rogers from care due to his continued health improvements, according to Berkeley County spokesman...
When the 2014-2015 school year started, Jaywuan Washington didn’t have many interested colleges knocking on his door wanting to talk basketball. The Cross Trojans hoops star had accepted the...
Local karate instructor Senpai Riley Albritton, an assistant instructor at the Japan Karate Institute in Moncks Corner, was presented with his Black Belt at a recent awards ceremony.
The Berkeley Stags had not played a truly bad game all season. At 23-4, the Stags found themselves with a chance to win every game on their schedule.
The second ranked Hartsville Red Foxes suffered a couple ignominious firsts against the Berkeley Stags in the opening round of the Lower State Championship tournament. The Stags were the first South...
Berkeley Elementary School recently announced its Terrific Kid honorees for the month of March.
Bradley C. Barwick of Moncks Corner was one of 272 students who recently achieved an educational goal by earning a degree at Tusculum College.
Berkeley Elementary School teacher Stephanie Wallace has been elected to serve as the District One Director on the Board of Directors for the Palmetto State Teachers Association.
Eighteen students from Berkeley Middle College completed associate degree and certificate programs at Trident Technical College a full month before graduating from high school.
Brandon Allen Mauldin and Ashley Anne Padgett were united in holy matrimony in a private ceremony on Saturday, May 16, at Azalea Park in Summerville, S.C. Notary, Robin Pent, officiated the beautiful.
As summer begins, community churches are preparing for Vacation Bible School.
Girl Scouts Troop 099 recently gave police officers a special “thank you.”
Bonner Elementary School students shared their rendition of “Netherland” at Timberland High School on Thursday, May 21 at 6 p.m.
Do you ever look around and think, “Only in South Carolina?”
According to a recent scientific study, 50 people aged 51-to-80 were subjected to this test: Can you stand up from the floor without using your hands?