A bomb threat has been reported at Google’s Berkeley County facility.
Goose Creek’s annual St. Judes Childrens Hospital Bike-A-Thon fundraiser took place Saturday.
Goose Creek Mayor Michael Heitzler said he was not surprised but humbled by the mayoral election results. He called this a watershed election for the city in lower Berkeley County.
The 4-year-olds at Foster Academy in North Charleston didn’t really know who state Rep. Jenny Horne and Rep. Sam Rivers were — but they certainly knew who Pete the Cat was.
The Stratford Knights left no doubt in showing who was the city champion on the tennis court.
With each passing weekend, the track and field season gets closer to to the finish line.
Charleston Southern played under the new lights at Buccaneer Field for the first time on Thursday night in the annual Blue-White Spring Football Game.
This is the story of children who didn’t fall through the cracks. Something stopped their fall.
Hanahan Science Club students spent a recent Saturday “walking for water.”
Berkeley County School District has its new Teacher of the Year: Lauren Reeder of Marrington Elementary.
For the past two years, a modest home near Westview Middle School has clicked, beeped, whirred and sloshed with noises five times a night, every night, and several times a day, every day.
North Charleston United Methodist Church has announced that its Maundy Thursday worship service will feature a new Last Supper play, “Beneath the Upper Room.”
The ARK, Alzheimer’s Family Support Services, will offer two caregiving classes at Roper Hospital Berkeley from April 16 to May 21.
Goose Creek Bike-A-Thon coordinator, Chief Harvey Becker of the Goose Creek Police Department, has announced that the Goose Creek Police Cadets, Explorer Post 400, will participate in the Saturday,...
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