Judith M. Aldous Boylan entered into eternal rest on April 16, 2015. She was born in Indianapolis, IN to the late Dale and Phyllis Maxwell. She was 69.
Jamie McDowell grew up with Dorchester District Two.
Sometimes less is more. As judges were ready to announce the winner of DIG South's Wild Pitch competition, a startup showdown where the perfect pitch …
The Antioch Baptist Associations’ Deacons Auxiliary will present its annual Banquet Program on May 16 at 4 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Day Dawn Baptist Church.
Friends of Coastal South Carolina, an organization which has been supporting conservation along the South Carolina coast since 1996, and Coastal …
Mount Pleasant Mayor Linda Page came before the Legal Committee to discuss potentially drafting new ordinances that would change eligibility requirements for citizens serving on municipal boards and commissions.
Thomas Woods has been fighting fires for only a month but he’s more than certain it’s his life’s call.
Strawberries are in season, and Clemson Extension is reminding everyone in Berkeley County that it’s time to jam it up – literally and …
May 7 event to offer guidance on developing medical devices and is open to public
The Stratford boys tennis team concluded the regular season with a victory over its crosstown rival on April 30.
Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury has identified the body found in the Rediversion Canal north of St. Stephen on Monday morning, May 4.
Children in today’s world need more play and exercise, and the Moncks Corner Playground Committee is trying to help meet this need.
For over 100 years, Clemson University has offered quality summer programs for the young people of South Carolina, with the very first programs developed and operated by SC 4-H. This summer, SC 4-H offers residential summer camps especially for active club members ages 7 to 14.
Registration is still open for the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office Summer Deputy Camp for children.
Tony A. Frye, 60, of Summerville, husband of Sheila Frye, passed away Saturday, May 2, 2015, at his residence.
As the 2016 presidential primaries approach, the S.C. African American Chamber of Commerce is urging black voters to study all candidates in both parties.
Common Sense, the national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids and families thrive in a world of digital media and technology, has recognized Knightsville Elementary as a Common Sense Digital Citizenship: Certified School for educating its students to be safe, smart, and ethical digital citizens.
Berkeley County Kids Who Care Inc. recently hosted a Sangaree Elementary School second grade class on a field trip to Santee Canal.
The season-long preparation for the postseason seems to be paying off for Bishop England baseball as the Bishops have rolled through their first two …
The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles began issuing redesigned license plates on May 1, in accordance with state law.
Kim S. Hamilton has been selected as one of the finalist for the Williamsburg County School District Teacher of the Year.
The Berkeley County School Board has approved a $5,000 per month bump in pay for Interim Superintendent Archie Franchini.
Several Summerville YMCA gymnasts earned recognition in their sport at their last competition of 2015. The Summerville team performed at the AAU …
Hanahan High School Media Specialist Dr. Charlene Zehner has been named the South Carolina School Library Media Specialist of the Year.
Two athletes from both Goose Creek and Stratford high schools were multiple winners in the Region 7-AAAA meet.
No one was going to rain on the Relay for Life’s parade last weekend, not even the threat of heavy thunderstorms on Saturday, April 25.
On April 29 the Charleston County Sheriff's Office presented Coach Britt Reames with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office Citizen Award. Coach …
Digger wasps are continuing to multiply in numbers in the Lowcountry. At Possum’s, we used to get a few complaints in localized areas, now the numbers seem to be on the rise. One faithful reader of the “Horticulture Hotline” sent me a 14-page letter describing the progression of damage to her yard. I saw an old friend in the …
N. Charleston, South Carolina/April 30, 2015– In the spring 2015 Hospital Safety Scores report released recently by The Leapfrog Group, Trident Medical Center earned a letter grade of “A” and Summerville Medical Center earned a “B” for the third consecutive report. The Leapfrog Group is a non-profit organization …