Flooding worsens; District cancels school Tuesday UPDATED

Sunday, October 4, 2:22 p.m.

Evacuations have been called for parts of Berkeley County Sunday and Berkeley County School District has canceled school for Tuesday.

Trio picked for Shrine Bowl

Monday, October 5, 7:14 p.m.

Half of the six Lowcountry selections to the South Carolina Shrine Bowl team will come from Hanahan and Goose Creek high schools.

Service academy information sessions scheduled

Saturday, October 3, 12:01 a.m.

The office of U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) will host a series of informational sessions and office hours throughout South Carolina for high school students interested in attending one of the five...

Fish, fun, & food at DNR open house in Charleston Oct. 24

Saturday, October 3, 12:01 a.m.

Come face-to-face with a flatfish, practice your fishing knots, or take a cruise around Charleston Harbor at the upcoming Marine Resources Center Open House, an activity-packed event that’s...

Cobras’ Zehr expects tight region race

The Cane Bay Cobras got a break on Friday - a chance to sit, heal and get refocused - the kickback for opening the season in Week 0.

RedHawks holding team meeting Oct. 10

The Carolina RedHawks will host a team interest meeting Saturday, Oct. 10 at the Collins Park Community Center in North Charleston. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m.

Stratford wins muddy battle with Wave

Stratford football coach Joe Marion’s intel about the rain was it wasn’t going to stop Friday or over the weekend.

Lady Knights blank rivals in tennis

City rivals Stratford and Goose Creek tangled on the tennis court Tuesday, Sept. 29 in a Region 7-AAAA match and it was the Lady Knights who netted the victory celebration.

Musical Marrington

Members of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra recently came to Marrington Elementary School. The talented quintet played for third, fourth and fifth-grade students. During the performance students...

Marrington 4K students are nuts about math

At Marrington Elementary School, Trebor Keffer and Michelle Price’s 4K class discovered they could use their math skills even on the playground. Students sorted acorn by acorn using hat acorns...

Marrington Middle achieves one-to-one technology

Marrington Middle School of the Arts has achieved one-to-one. The school now has 499 electronic devices for its students.


Marrington Elementary School has a special Character Education program. It is called “Virtue of the Month.” Each month, the teachers select a child that best demonstrates a specific...

American Legion remembers 9/11

On Sept.11, American Legion Post 166 in Goose Creek held a Flag Retirement/9-11 Memorial Service to honor those who were taken on that day of tragedy. Participating in the ceremony were local scout...

Calvary Church wants to turn on the light at 50th celebration

In many ways, September 20 looked like any other Sunday morning at the Calvary Church of the Nazarene in Goose Creek.

Volunteers needed to serve on cultural arts committee

As the City of Goose Creek continues to grow and evolve, so does the importance of cultural arts in the community.

Pumpkins have arrived at St. James

The pumpkins have arrived on the lawn of St. James United Methodist Church in Goose Creek. Pumpkins of all sizes and gourds from the Navajo Reservation near Farmington, New Mexico, are available at...

Starting is easy, but finishing is....what’s that?

Surely I have ADD. I can’t spend three minutes on one task before I get distrac—SQUIRREL!

Fear the rain

There are two types of people in the world: Those who carry umbrellas, and those who don’t.

Pope Francis leads by example

What qualifies a pope to be considered great?

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