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Cane Bay expects more hoops success

Sunday, February 14, 5:39 p.m.

Cane Bay girls basketball coach Ira Owens is expecting next season to produce more victory celebrations for his team.

Gators eyeing return trip to Columbia

Saturday, February 13, 11:34 a.m.

Region championship. Check.


One of America’s longest-serving mayors returns to his roots Former Mayor of Charleston, Joseph P. Riley, Jr., begins tenure at The Citadel

Saturday, February 13, 10:40 a.m.

After spending 40 years as Charleston’s mayor, Joseph P. Riley Jr., reported to The Citadel just two hours after his last day in office ready and eager to begin the next chapter of his life.


Coloring outside the lines: Library patrons find stress relief in an activity normally reserved for children

Friday, February 12, 12:01 a.m.

There’s a new craze sweeping the Lowcountry and the nation: coloring in coloring books.

Baseball tournaments on tap

The sounds of baseballs pinging off bats and the subsequent applause is about to return for county fans of America’s favorite pastime.

Officials clear court after Timberland, Andrews brawl Friday night

At second place in the region, Timberland finished with a win over Andrews Friday but, the girls varsity basketball team will likely head into the playoffs minus a few key players.


Stratford’s Sanborn earns scholarship

Andrew Sanborn shouldn’t have any problems getting that new laptop he wants.


Knights end season in state quarterfinals

The curtains came down on the team portion of the wrestling season.

Howe Hall AIMS honors first year teacher

Katie Brown was recently crowned “Rookie Teacher of the Year” at Howe Hall AIMS (Arts Infused Magnet School).

Working toward improving, funding school districts

Lawmakers have a deadline to develop a funding plan for public school districts. By the end of the current legislative session, elected officials hope to report that they comply with a state Supreme...


BBE students knit for Lifecare of North Charleston

Twenty-five Boulder Bluff Elementary Looms of Love students in third, fourth and fifth grade along with four teachers and four volunteers donated 75 knitted hats to Lifecare of North Charleston.


Bills included in House Education Reform package

1) H. 4783 - Redefine the expectations of a South Carolina high school graduate

Beidler Forest hosting workshop for Great Backyard Bird Count

The Great Backyard Bird Count, an annual census of winter birds conducted each February by the National Audubon Society and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, will take place this weekend, Feb.

Hoolasie graduates from basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Vandana R. Hoolasie graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.


Prosperity centers offer filing help during tax season

The Berkeley and Dorchester Prosperity Centers are beginning tax season on National Earned Income Tax Credit Day with free food, prizes and tax counselors on site.


Goose Creek artists on exhibit at North Charleston City Gallery

The City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce that works by members of the Goose Creek Artists Guild will be on exhibit at the North Charleston City Gallery...

FAFSA changes could effect college students

If you have a child in college, you’re probably familiar with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which must be completed to help ensure that students don’t miss out...

Smith Says: Country living is pretty good ‘out here’

My husband won’t like this column, but I’ve been living it long enough to write it.

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