Wando volleyball passed its first test of the postseason with a 3-0 win over White Knoll Tuesday in Mount Pleasant.
Vote “yes” for Charleston libraries. You’ve noticed the signs, the bumper stickers, TV ads and Facebook postings. What does this mean for you and all residents of Mount Pleasant?
Hospice of Charleston, which has been serving the Charleston community for the past 33 years, and Odyssey Hospice, which has been serving the …
The volunteers and friends of Dress for Success Charleston County (DFSCC) are hosting the organization’s first clothing sale on Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Greater St. Luke AME Church located at 78 Gordon St., Charleston. There will be gently used designer brands, jewelry and accessories.
October is my favorite month of the year. The weather is great. Saturdays bring college football rivalries. My birthday is in October and I enjoy …
As a kid, Halloween kicked off my favorite two months of the year. It began with a night of trick or treating and ended with Christmas Eve, the one night of the year where I gave in to gluttony and could eat whatever, and however much, I wanted.
Bakari Sellers did not come to the 2014 Annual Cicenia Dinner to deliver a campaign speech, he said. Instead, he decided to talk about a journey.
I am a bit disappointed at the ill-advised letter that was published in the Oct. 25 issue of the Post and Courier, as it questions the validity and purpose, either directly or indirectly, of the current Mount Pleasant Town Council and mayor. Last I looked, there were close to 80,000 people living in this town and less than 4,000 signatures, or …
The Town of St. Stephen will host an informational event on Monday, Nov. 10 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hut (180 Ravenell Street).
Sara Winch of Mount Pleasant was named to The Citadel President’s List for achievements during the spring semester of 2014, as a student of Exercise Science.
The election for new members of the Cross Fire Board was held on Oct. 7, which was a lovely day but a very small turnout.
Mildred Haselden Guerry of Moncks Corner, a former clerk for the South Carolina Highway Department, died Wednesday evening, Oct. 15, 2014 in a Barnwell nursing home. She was 92.
Just who was shooting at a North Charleston teen and why are questions the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office wants answered.
Charleston Young Professionals, a division of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, brought together nearly 80 young professionals to sit alongside some of the region’s top business and community leaders during the 2014 Visioning Conference on Friday, October 24.
Despite some sound performances from Summerville-area runners, Bluffton swept the team awards at this year’s Region 8-AAAA Cross Country Meet.
Wando defeated White Knoll, 3-0, in the second round of the Class AAAA volleyball playoffs Tuesday Oct. 28 in Mount Pleasant.
Mayors across the United States are recognizing a growing movement that is dedicated to encouraging individuals and organizations to “go the extra mile” in service and volunteerism. On November 1, 500 mayors are expected to declare “Extra Mile Day.”
Sweet reader, today’s column contains TMI about a medical procedure. So if you are squeamish or easily offended, turn the page. I don’t mind, really. I have a weak stomach myself.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office is looking into whether a Summerville woman physically abused her elderly grandfather and stole thousands of dollars from him while he was in her care.
Fort Dorchester is presenting a good argument that it has the best defense in the state.
S.C. Rep. Joe Jefferson will defend his seat against retired homicide detective and Navy torpedo-man John Mondo on Nov. 4.
Summerville Elks Lodge #2719 is proud to present its newest members: from left to right - Susan Taschner; Lowell David Williams; Steve Hawkins; …
The Lady Panthers varsity volleyball team placed fifth at the SCISA Tournament in Sumter.
Daniel Island residents Bill and Carolyn Goff traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia and spent time aboard the Viking Helgi. The two-week trip began in …
A woman and her daughter were driving through their neighborhood when a car allegedly came speeding up behind them one day. Because the car was tailgating her, the female driver pulled off the road and onto the grass so the car could go around her, the report said. The driver did proceed ahead, but stopped a short distance ahead and blocked the …