Stratford football coach Joe Marion raved about Spartanburg's skill athletes earlier in the week and knew it could be tough to contain them all.
The recent National Bring Your Teddy Bear to Work Day did not go uncelebrated at Boulder Bluff Elementary School.
A recently completed cooperative study between the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Auburn University, and Brosnan Forest will help researchers and hunters better understand buck movements...
A group of fifth graders received a special visitor recently.
The first half of Stratford's playoff opener was an example of nearly perfect execution for the Knights.
Northwood Academy will play for a SCISA championship on Saturday.
Charleston Southern rolled up 576 yards of offense - a CSU record in Big South play – en route to a 38-36 win over Liberty on Saturday afternoon at Williams Stadium.
NORTH AUGUSTA — For North Augusta’s Trib Reece, Friday night was quite familiar. The senior quarterback hadn’t put up the gaudy of numbers this season as he had in the past two. But in his team’s...
Boulder Bluff Elementary School students, teachers and parent volunteers recently began their fourth year of production of knitted hats for adults and children in need with the “Looms of Love”...
Paul Bennett, a local farmer, visited kindergarten students at Boulder Bluff Elementary on Wednesday, Nov. 12, along with some of the animals on his farm.
Kindergarten students at Boulder Bluff Elementary School recently celebrated the 50th day of the 2014-2015 school year.
The Public Computer Center at Trident Technical College’s Berkeley Campus is offering the following computer courses to the public, free of charge.
Animal Planet wants to know, is Berkeley County “squatchy?”
Clemson Extension Service will be conducting the Servsafe Food Protection Managers Certification Course on Dec. 2.
The bakery at the Naval Weapons Station Commissary entered a cake at the recent Coastal Carolina Fair, and won a first place, Best in Show, and Best in Category.
I could be accused of featuring plants in the mint family too often.
By the time many of you read this, I’ll be almost there, winding the clubhouse turn and heading down the home stretch.