The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for tidal Berkeley County and Moncks Corner, and a flash flood watch for Dorchester County, after a “persistent band of moderate to...
After he peddled the last stroke on the last leg of the five-day bicycle ride across the state, it was time to celebrate. The hugs did not end until more than an hour later.
A change could come to Berkeley County’s enforcement of political signs in public right of ways this month.
The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announced last week that the agency will allow qualified military service members to waive the commercial skills test to obtain a commercial...
A bomb threat was reported at Google’s Berkeley County facility on Thursday.
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.
The Berkeley County School Board issued a proclamation Tuesday of last week urging state and local funding for continued improvement a worrisome intersection near schools in Sangaree.
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.”
Goose Creek Mayor Michael Heitzler declared April 14 as “Lowcountry Student Painters Day” in recognition of the Lowcountry Student Painters for their entrepreneurial spirit.
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.”
I've been alive for more than half a century. You'd think that's long enough for menfolk to make sense, but no.
At this point, it’s already clear that Obamacare is doing far more harm than good. We’ve all become familiar with the soaring premiums, lost coverage, and the dismal sign up numbers.