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Nationally-ranked Bucs adjust two start times

Monday, July 25, 11:23 a.m.

Charleston Southern has changed two of its home football kickoff times for the 2016 season. 

RedHawks going through growing pains

Monday, July 25, 12:01 a.m.

The Lowcountry RedHawks have encountered resistance and struggles typical for any expansion team.


A half-million people tell feds to save the red wolf

Monday, July 25, 11:32 a.m.

As the recovery program for the imperiled red wolf hangs by its last claws, nearly a half-million people have signed a petition started by two high school students calling on federal regulators not...


Crime in the county

Monday, July 25, 11:31 a.m.

A red gas can valued at $30 was reported stolen July 12 from a residence in Boulder Bluff. Goose Creek Police responded to the call in reference to the alleged larceny that occurred between June 28...

Baldwin stoked about summer gains

For the returning players on Goose Creek High School’s girls basketball team, the sting of a season-ending buzzer beater in February got buried in the dust stirred up by their hard work this...

State deer antler records up substantially this year

Each spring S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Section personnel make a concerted effort to measure deer racks throughout the state, with a major session during the Palmetto...


Houston returns to BHS wrestling

Earnest Houston is back for a second stint as the Berkeley High School wrestling coach.


Mundy sets City Meet records

Sarah Mundy led the Crowfield Swim team at this summer’s City Meet.

Citadel recruits K-12 STEM teacher candidates

To meet the critical need for highly trained K-12 teachers of science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines (STEM), The Citadel Graduate College is accepting applications for full,...

Sangaree Middle band director selected for directors association

Brian Trauger, band director at Sangaree Middle School, was recently elected to membership at the American School Band Directors Association, held in Lexington, Kentucky June 29 to July 1.


Berkeley Co. schools raise taxes for second year in a row

For the second time in as many years, another tax increase for public schools will hit Berkeley County taxpayers.


Planted with a purpose

On track to create a common area that can be enjoyed by all, additional landscaping to St. John’s Christian Academy’s campus will offer a scenic view to visitors, a place for students...

Military news update

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Austin-Eugene G. Burkett graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

A bang for bucks

Brightly colored containers have appeared along the roadsides throughout Berkeley and Dorchester counties as entrepreneurs are setting up shop for the Independence Day holiday.


Help animals beat the heat this summer

Cody knows how to keep his cool. The 15-year-old pinto horse drinks plenty of water – possibly up to 24 gallons in one day – and hangs out in the shade of a pine tree as the day heats...


Summer season is peak time for grilling fires

With summer in full swing, home chefs everywhere are reaching for their outdoor grills.

Kennard: Watch for familiar faces at Olympics in August

I love the Olympics. I love the pageantry, the drama, the underdog stories, the rivalries and the camaraderie between nations that this world sporting event fosters.

Smith: Keep cool if you want to hang with me

My husband and I recently vacationed with two other couples. It was fun – and eye-opening, considering Widdle Baby and I were together for 10 days in airplanes, hotel rooms and a ship’s...

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