Let’s say your name is Jim, and you’re 60-ish. Back in the day, you’d go to the doctor for a physical and he’d say, “Jim, you need to drop a few. Cut back on the booze and stop eating Margie’s…

The longer I live, the more I believe that people are 1) good, and 2) crazy. You can be good without being crazy, of course, and crazy without being good, but sometimes crazy wins. Do you doub…

Widdle and I just got back from a few days in Boston. Our vacation was stress-free because we’re totally in sync and we agreed on every detail of sight-seeing, shopping and dining out.

Jason N. Heinisch of Goose Creek, a senior studying nuclear engineering at Oregon State University, was named as one of the 190 students who was named to the Scholastic Honor Roll for summer t…

South Carolina's annual sales-tax free weekend is approaching, when parents and students will pack store aisles searching for all the new school supplies they need to kickoff the start to the …

The South Carolina Army National Guard recently promoted Summerville native, Jay A. Norwood to the rank of major during a ceremony in Columbia.

Air Force Mstr Sgt. Leonard Burden of Goose Creek was recently selected as both the 86 Mission Support Group and 86th Airlift Wing’s top senior non-commissioned officer for the first quarter o…

Warmer weather may mean finding ways to cool off, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring bold flavors to the gathering you’re hosting with family and friends.

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Five Summerville High Navy JROTC Cadets attended the Navy JROTC Area SIX Navy JROTC Leadership Academy held at The Citadel in Charleston during the week of June 25-30.

Tamika Mayes (center) and her son Malik Mayes speak with Adam Thayer of Thrivent Financial during a home dedication on Saturday. Thrivent Financial partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Berke…

Tamika Mayes (center) and her son Malik Mayes speak with Adam Thayer of Thrivent Financial during a home dedication on Saturday. Thrivent Financial partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Berke…

On a perfect night, Hanahan’s Dixie Angels all-stars would have been home over three hours earlier, resting comfortably while playing on their phones and eating dinner.

A little-known, ordinarily benign routine, may hold significant consequences for every South Carolina income taxpayer -- the annual decision on whether the state should conform to the federal …

Deacon and Mrs. Willie J. Ford of Dunbar, South Carolina celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 1, 2018. The couple wed June 1, 1968 at the Lance residence. 

U.S. Army Private Clarence Droze of Goose Creek was welcomed as a new member of the South Carolina Army National Guard during a Battle-Handoff ceremony at the Joint Forces Headquarters’ buildi…

Army Private Warren Moore of Goose Creek was welcomed as a new member of the South Carolina Army National Guard during a Battle-Handoff ceremony at the Joint Forces Headquarters’ building in C…

U.S. Army Private Kenneth Maybank of St. Stephen was welcomed as a new member of the South Carolina Army National Guard during a Battle-Handoff ceremony held at the Joint Forces Headquarters’ …

The Marrington Elementary School Drama Club, under the direction of fourth-grade teacher Heather Walsh, held a matinee performance of the play they have been working on, “The Big Bad!” The per…

Gathered in a huddle with fellow gridiron warriors wearing orange and white moments before Clemson’s 2016 national championship game against Alabama, Tigers senior linebacker Ben Boulware held court.

Around 9 p.m. on April 27, 1838, fire bells rang out in Charleston. A spark had ignited a shed at the corner of King and Beresford Streets, and within minutes four more houses were engulfed.

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