Prep baseball developmental league set for June

Tuesday, May 24, 12:01 a.m.

The inaugural high school developmental baseball league looks like a win-win for coaches, players and fans this June.

Judo teachers win in Pan-American Games

Monday, May 23, 3:34 p.m.

Representing the United States, husband and wife duo Robert Gouthro and Dr. Lisa Capriotti brought home two gold medals from the Pan-American Judo Championships in Cuba last month, defeating teams...

Redhawks release schedule

Monday, May 23, 12:01 a.m.

The newest member of the Central Carolina Football League faces a daunting task right out of the gate.

‘They wanted it’

Sunday, May 22, 3:32 a.m.

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...

Lady Knights win it all; Tolar retires

A high school softball coaching legend and her 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 High...

Beach wrestling on tap at Folly

A unique opportunity is on the horizon for current and former amateur wrestlers in the Lowcountry.

Robinson follows in brothers’ footsteps

Goose Creek senior guard Allen Robinson is carrying on the family tradition.

Cane Bay athletes ink deals

It’s days like Wednesday that make Tim McDowell’s job especially enjoyable.

College Park Elementary reaching adults as well

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..

Local governor’s school students bring home science awards

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...

Technology camp for students planned for summer

The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Math (GSSM) is bringing iTEAMS Xtreme, a free day camp for rising 7th- and 8th-graders, to Berkeley County again this summer. The day...

‘A good sight to see:’ Hundreds of jobs announced for St. Stephen

Walter Hill saw the heyday of manufacturing in the rural town of St. Stephen, and then he saw its collapse. As a retired school teacher, he saw students grow up into a jobless job market and leave...

Legislative delegation lunches with the Chamber

Berkeley County’s legislative delegation spoke at the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce’s annual legislative luncheon Friday at Red Bank Club.

Emma and Noah once again most popular baby names

For the second year in a row, Emma and Noah are America’s most popular baby names. This marks the third year at number one for Noah and the second for Emma.

Republican Women’s Tea

The Berkeley County Republican Women had their annual membership tea at the lovely home of Betty and Keith Gourdin in Pineville.

Smith: How well do we really know anyone?

Last week my husband, Widdle Baby, and I were watching some mindless network TV show. A ruggedly handsome doctor was tenderly cupping the face of a beautiful nurse.

Kennard: Search for a home an adventure

I’ve been looking for a home recently as I prepare to move my family across the country. High school graduation day in Utah is May 26, and we plan to be in a moving van very soon after that.

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