Berkeley County saw nearly 1,000 more persons seeking work in June, which has contributed to the county’s increasing jobless rate, according to numbers released by S.C. Department of Employment and...
The City of Goose Creek will present its 2014 Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. behind the Marguerite H. Brown Municipal Center.
An informal networking meeting — the first of its kind — took place July 18 among those seeking to conserve and preserve Berkeley County’s greenways and blueways.
Summerville Communications is pleased to announce that marketing consultant Nick Daniels has been promoted to advertising sales supervisor.
While Snee Farm regained its place among the Lowcountry swimming elite by capturing the 2014 Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association’s City Championship on Sunday, July 20, Goose Creek and the Crowfield.
The Crowfield Golf and Country Club pool will be a busy place this weekend.
The most recent round of white-tailed deer antler measuring conducted by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources revealed 222 new records, including one Boone and Crockett qualifier.
Rashard Alston says he’s been having a blast playing football on the world stage in Kuwait.
A Goose Creek High student has signed with a local manufacturer as part of the Lowcountry’s inaugural Youth Apprenticeship Program.
The Cane Bay Exchange Club and South Carolina Department of Natural Resources will be hosting a back-to-school fishing rodeo.
The Public Computer Center at Trident Technical College’s Berkeley Campus is offering the following computer courses to the public, free of charge.
Cane Bay choral teacher William Bennett has made the Grammy Music Educator Award’s list of 222 finalists.
Everybody around here is heading to the beach! Are you? Need something to read? Here’s a short novel in 3 short chapters:
Centura College is opening its doors on Saturday, July 19 to offer free health screenings to the community at its campus located in North Charleston.
Hummingbirds, which artist John J. Audubon called “glittering fragments of the rainbow,” are once again darting around flowers and feeders in South Carolina.
Do you care about your community and the people in it who are struggling to find food, shelter and other necessities for their families?
Last year it was the Summer of Monopoly – a golf shirt the color of every street on a Monopoly board.