Ask Mike Dawson the definition of a “snake-a-phobe” and the answer will likely be: “someone who suffers anything from a mild dislike to a total disgust of tubular life...
A month ago, residents upset about Dorchester District Two letting a female transgender student use the girls’ restroom urged board members to take a stand against the federal government...
Summerville residents may soon get to vote on which type of government they prefer.
A shooting at a club in North Charleston early Saturday morning injured four, two of whom were seriously hurt, said the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office.
Cyrus Clark isn’t just a well-rounded athlete, he is also a well-rounded student.
North Charleston’s Dixie Baseball program continues to dominate in statewide competition.
Charleston Southern’s men’s basketball team will take the court against four power conference opponents as part of its non-conference slate this winter.
The Charleston Power Brigade Summer Baseball Camp returns to Wescott Park next month.
Cane Bay Cobra Chorale Choir director William Bennett said it’s been a big year for the choirs at Cane Bay High School and now there are the state championship rings to prove it.
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) announced he is accepting applications for congressional internships in his Washington, DC, North Charleston, Columbia and Greenville offices for fall 2016. The intern...
Locals named to USC Upstate chancellor’s list
Cummins Theological Seminary President Dr. Julius Barnes is pleased to announce the appointment of John G. Panagiotou as the Lecturer in New Testament Greek at the seminary beginning this fall.
On July 17, The Msgr. Richard C. Madden Council Knights of Columbus held their Installation of Officers for 2016-2017.
The South Carolina Arts Commission has awarded $3,148,120 in grants to South Carolina communities, artists, arts organizations and schools for the 2017 fiscal year as of July 1.
AgentOwned Realty on OldTrolley Road in Summerville announced that Mark Godwin has joined the team.
All adult cats and kittens are half price during the month of July
Congressmen Mark Sanford came out with his “penny plan” for balancing the federal budget last week.
We have a lot to be proud of in the Lowcountry; after all, we recently received the honor of having our place of palms, moss and magnolias voted the world’s best city by Travel and Liesure...