Berkeley Home Pharmacy has opened at 102 Rembert C Dennis Blvd. An official ribbon-cutting ceremony was May 16.
Sheriff Duane Lewis announced that Lt. Annie Jackson has been promoted to Captain of Community Outreach.
The Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame’s advisory committee has released its candidates for the Class of 2016, and enshrinement will be conducted by voting from local fans.
In terms of returning starters, Goose Creek High School won’t wow you.
The inaugural high school developmental baseball league looks like a win-win for coaches, players and fans this June.
The newest member of the Central Carolina Football League faces a daunting task right out of the gate.
A unique opportunity is on the horizon for current and former amateur wrestlers in the Lowcountry.
A high school softball coaching legend and her final Stratford team rode off into the sunset with a Class AAAA state championship, capping a special run to the crown with a 3-2 victory over Byrnes...
Several non-English speakers from Mexico, Central America, and South America fulfill steps to honor their American dream with the help of College Park Elementary’s literacy program. These men..
FLORENCE – Nine of the 346 Francis Marion University graduates from the spring commencement are from Berkeley County.
Thomas Bullington received a doctorate in English on May 13 from the University of Mississippi.
Forty-five students from the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics recently brought home 59 awards from the SC Junior Academy of Science Annual Spring Meeting. The...
Two of the Lowcountry’s National Football League players, Andre Ellington and Bruce Ellington, will host the Ellington Elite Youth Football Camp on Sat., June 11 in Moncks Corner.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A 2006 Berkley High School graduate and Moncks Corner, South Carolina native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville, the largest base in the...
Goose Creek Masonic lodge #401 introduces its elected officers for 2016.
Berkeley County’s legislative delegation spoke at the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce’s annual legislative luncheon Friday at Red Bank Club.
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...
Growing up in poverty was not fun. To be certain, there was a lot of love in my house, and I will never be able to repay my mother for the sacrifices she made to keep a roof over our head. But when...