Environmentalists and turtles alike may be celebrating as sea turtles have made the highest number of nests on South Carolina’s beaches since the early 1980’s when record keeping began. As of …
WALTERBORO—Walterboro native and attorney Dwayne Trevino “Duke” Buckner announced his intent…
Campers at Beidler Forest searched the boardwalk with mason jars in their hands looking ever…
On June 11, a Berkeley County deputy was conducting a routine patrol in the unincorporated S…
Police in Mount Pleasant have announced an arrest in a fatal hit-and-run incident on July, 4.
Menopause is a natural, normal process, but for some women it can feel quite mysterious -- because it's something so few people discuss.
For the second straight summer, Charleston Post 166’s first obstacle in the postseason will be Horry Post 111.
Charleston Southern football tickets are on sale for the 2019 season, the Buccaneers’ first with Autry Denson at the helm.
Ishan White and Trevur Smalls reared back and threw down monstrous dunks.
John Shelton threw five shutout innings and Blake Marrs delivered a two-out RBI for the lone run in Charleston Post 166’s 1-0 victory at Sumter Post 15 in a non-league clash on July 8.
Campers at Beidler Forest searched the boardwalk with mason jars in their hands looking everywhere from under handrails, up in branches and inside of tree stumps.
The Berkeley County School District will hold a teacher recruitment fair this month.
The BCSD voted on the new principal of Phillip Simmons Elementary School at their final meeting on June 25th.
The Berkeley County School Board approved its budget for the 2019-2020 school year on June 25, the final meeting of the school year.
Goose Creek fireworks
Trident Health Systems announced Tuesday it has named Lee Biggs the new chief medical officer (CMO) to oversee its staff of 400-plus physicians across four hospital facilities.
The Palmetto Regiment of Volunteers from South Carolina suffered heavy losses in the Mexican-American War but was the first regiment to lift its colors over Mexico City in 1847. When it formed…
Families in search of some free summer fun can put on their super suits and come out to Carnes Crossroads Village Green to see a movie that is sure to be incredible.
What’s everybody doing this summer? Besides melting into a sticky pool of sweat, I mean. When it’s 76 degrees at 1 a.m., I start to believe in global warming, y’all.
Y’all, everybody’s talking about Halsey’s armpit stubble like it’s the end of Western civilization.
Yesterday, deep into my daily time-waster—scrolling through Facebook—I saw something that hit me like a fish across the face.
As Lowcountry residents, we’re all here for a reason, and most of us have done our best to make this our home. In fact it’s been that way for hundreds of years.