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Portion of Pimlico Blvd named for former coroner Glenn Rhoad

Friday, September 30, 12:01 a.m.

S.C. Rep. Bill Crosby announced Sept. 19 that a portion of Pimlico Boulevard, from Cypress Gardens Road to Live Oak Avenue, would be named the Glenn A. Rhoad Memorial Highway.

Monks Corner woman makes a deal on TV game show

Friday, September 30, 1:01 a.m.

When actor, comedian and now-host of CBS’ “Let’s Make A Deal” game show Wayne Brady invited Moncks Corner resident Margie Williams to participate, Williams said she...


Summerville SPCA shelter seeks ‘no-kill’ status

Thursday, September 29, 10:17 p.m.

Dorchester County hopes to achieve status as the second “no-kill community” in the state, second only to Charleston County, and stop euthanizing cats and dogs at the Frances R. Willis...


High enrollment at public schools ‘surprises’ district staff prepared for growth

Thursday, September 29, 3:58 p.m.

There were plenty of new faces at the start of the new school year: 755 to be exact.

Knights host defending champs

The Stratford Knights host defending champion Fort Dorchester on Friday, a rough spot to be in for an 0-5 football team looking for a glimmer of hope.

Cobras roll into region play

Cane Bay’s school-record start in football continued on Friday by wrecking Hanahan’s homecoming.


Chargers set to face Oceanside

Northwood Academy football Philip Keefe said a demanding early slate has his team prepared for the second half of the season.


Gators hunting for first victory

Goose Creek High School football coach Chris Candor admits there is some pressure mounting on the Gators to finally break into the win column.

Boulder Bluff kindergarteners go for gold

Noreen Stackhouse and Brenda Willis’ kindergarten class at Boulder Bluff Elementary celebrated their “Going for Gold” classroom theme with a Summer Olympic event and medal...

A degree of weather, C of C launches meteorology major

Drought that saps a lake to its bed, an ice storm that shreds tons and tons of branches from trees, a deluge that brings a devastating flood – can’t beat that for a syllabus if...


Industries invited to apprentice workshop

Trident Technical College Division of Continuing Education and Economic Development will host the upcoming South Carolina Apprenticeship Initiative Regional Workshop on Thursday, Sept. 29 from...


Cane Bay student council attends NASC

Student council members of Cane Bay High School joined hundreds of other student leaders at the 78th annual National Association of Student Councils (NASC) National Conference at Century Rancho High...

Former Goose Creek Police Chief Ruonala dies

A former police chief of Goose Creek, Richard P. Ruonala, died Sept. 4. He was 81.

Groups to clean up Palmetto Trail

The Palmetto Conservation Foundation (PCF), PalmettoPride and Keep the Midlands Beautiful will team up for a trail cleanup in honor of National Public Lands Day (NPLD) on Saturday, Sept. 24, along...


Giant gator caught on Lake Marion

An 800-pound alligator has been captured in South Carolina, one of the largest caught in the state in recent years.


Senior Center named for

The Berkeley Seniors building will be named for its former president and former Santee Cooper employee Charles H. Rhodes, according to a proclamation by Berkeley County Council made Sept.

Kennard: When disaster strikes keep Pop Tarts nearby

I drove down to Jessens Landing twice on Friday just to see how high the Ashley River was in the wake of Hurricane Hermine.

House begins review of state tax policy

On August 30th, the SC House Tax Policy Review Committee held its first meeting. This is not a Standing Committee.

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