Surveillance of a Goose Creek residence turned up a cocaine base manufacturing operation and resulted in the arrests of two people, according to a Goose Creek police report.
Berkeley County’s labor force is growing, and its number of jobless persons is shrinking from November to December, according to numbers released by S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce.
The City of Goose Creek has launched a mobile application called “My Goose Creek” where residents can connect with their local government.
Longtime Goose Creek Rural Fire Dept. Chief Michael Haines, who has served since Dec. 1973, passed away on the morning of Jan. 29.
The Hanahan wrestling team placed second in the Region 8-AAA tournament on Saturday at Stall High School.
Charleston Southern guard Saah Nimley continued his run of reaching the 30-point mark for the Buccaneers.
Stratford High School’s wrestling team guaranteed itself a spot in the playoffs with a 43-27 victory over county rival Cane Bay on Wednesday, Jan. 21.
Goose Creek’s wrestling team has moved into position to capture its first region crown since 2010.
Students in Mrs. Mellis’ third grade class at College Park Elementary School recently celebrated National Hat Day by creating their own hats, sharing hat books and participating in various hat.
Back in 2008, Trident Technical College’s Berkeley Campus enrolled roughly the same amount of students it had for many years: approximately 500. Students from across the Lowcountry took...
Sangaree Elementary School has received a $5,000 Lowe’s Toolbox for Education grant for Project GROW.
The College Park Elementary School Book Club had some special visitors after reading Finding Zasha, a book about future war dogs.
Ah, once again! The tomato family.
Fine craft artists from across the state are invited to participate in the 14th annual South Carolina Palmetto Hands Juried Fine Craft Competition and Exhibition. As the state’s only dedicated...
I hope that you are as proud of your compost pile as I am of mine.
The Frances R. Willis SPCA and Animal Shelter is seeking temporary warm homes for warm furry bodies.
Coyotes, like armadillos, are now apparently everywhere. And by “everywhere” I mean near my house.
By the time you read this I will have finished my latest novel, “A Faerie’s Tear,” that is due for publication on Feb. 1, and will debut at the Berkeley Reads...