Mayor proclaims ‘Amateur Radio Week’ in Goose Creek

Sunday, June 19, 12:01 a.m.

Goose Creek Mayor Michael Heitzler signed a proclamation June 13 at City Hall announcing June 20-26 as Amateur Radio Week in the City of Goose Creek.

Giant plant growing in Moncks Corner

Sunday, June 19, 12:01 a.m.

Move over Jack, Jessie’s got a plant and it just might be getting bigger than that bean stalk.

‘His words are undefeated’

Saturday, June 18, 7:42 p.m.

A year ago, Chris Singleton walked onto a baseball field and spoke these words:

From Cross High to Hollywood

Saturday, June 18, 12:01 a.m.

Ian Stylezz said he remembers where he came from and that’s due in part to Berkeley County teachers who used to tell Stylezz that, if he wanted to become a comedian, to get out.

Burse anchor in Cobras’ secondary

Rolando Burse was once an overmatched 10th-grader in Cane Bay’s secondary.

Registration for youth football and cheerleading

The City of Goose Creek Recreation Department is registering for youth football and cheerleading.

Clemson’s Monte Lee seeking bigger things ahead for Tigers

Clemson baseball coach Monte Lee heads into year two with big expectations and significant changes ahead, including moving Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Seth Beer from the outfield to...

Stratford cheer camp set for June 27-30

The Stratford High School cheerleading camp is set for June 27-30 from 9 a.m. to Noon daily.

A snorkeling good time at Boulder Bluff

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...

Gamble named to Fort Hays honor roll

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.

Berkeley top students recognized at Breakfast of Champions

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...

Local students awarded Accelerate scholarships

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce awarded 75 Accelerate Greater Charleston (AGC) Scholarships on May 10 in front of a packed room of business and educational leaders, proud parents and family...

Author to speak of Civil War’s affect on civilians

“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.”..

Charleston-area home sales sizzled in May

Home sales sizzled across the Charleston area in May, but shrinking inventory continues to be a concern.

Free summer fun

There’s still time to catch one more movie under the stars.

Kidney stones don’t have to ruin your summer Doctors say drinking water can help you avoid a painful situation

Berkeley County resident 24-year-old Edwin Daws was on his way to work when he experienced what he called the most intense pain he’s ever felt in his back.

Kennard: Sweet tea world record a good way to celebrate big move

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.”

Kennard: Newest grad has proud father

Pardon me for a minute while I brag about my children, specifically my youngest child, Tall Sam. Sam is the youngest of our four children. He’s got an older brother who actually may have a...

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