The Joint Base Charleston 628th Civil Engineer Squadron is coordinating aerial spraying for mosquitoes at Joint Base Charleston – Naval Weapons Station Wednesday, Sept. 25.
We have had some beautiful weather in the Lowcountry recently. The air has felt crisp and It…
Dr. Emily England Clyburn passed away Sept. 19 in Columbia. Born in the Whitesville section …
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Berkeley County will host an information meeting to provide training for manufacturing posit…
“Runners take your mark”. It has evolved every year for nearly two decades, but to Peg Lahmeyer, the scene never gets old. Listening to the horn and watching the mass of runners surge from the…
Charleston Southern offered up a respectable level of resistance against a ranked FCS team for the second week in a row but had to settle for a moral victory again.
With Lowcountry heavyweight Fort Dorchester High School on deck, the Goose Creek Gators gained some needed confidence with a resounding victory in their homecoming game.
Cane Bay and Goose Creek high schools tangled on the courts Sept. 17 and the Cobras swept a pair of Region 7-AAAAA matchups.
Some wish to keep playing. Others enjoy the benefits that accompany a break.
A unique group of educators in the Berkeley County School District are working to enable students to see the path to career success more clearly.
The circus was in town for the past week. Or at least it seemed that way if you went to Philip Simmons Middle School, for the last week the students have been studying Circus Arts with guest i…
September 24, 1895: Frances Gibbes is the first woman to enroll at the University of South Carolina
Charleston Southern officials have assessed the damage that was done by Hurricane Dorian when the storm brushed against the South Carolina coast on Thursday September 5th.
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Madison A. Sibert graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
U.S. Air Force Airman Damion A. Pavloff graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
U.S. Air Force Airman Christopher R. Christie graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
To the Editor:
Dumb. As I wrestle with how to most clearly express my opinion on the decision to cancel next year’s S.C. Republican presidential primary, one word comes to mind: “Dumb.”
There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who do leftovers, and those who don’t.
First, let’s acknowledge the obvious: All is not well in South Carolina’s prison system.