Moncks Corner is stepping up its Farmers Market game.
Chick-fil-A Inc. has selected Moncks Corner resident Elliott Huxford as a recipient of the chain’s $1,000 Leadership Scholarship.
The traffic-related deaths of 11 people in less than day last week prompted the South Carolina Department of Public Safety to issue a statement reminding residents how dangerous roads can be.
Cross High School’s game with Burke High School last October was washed away by heavy rains.
The Timberland Wolves plunge headfirst into a new season with a stern test right out of the gate.
Charleston Southern’s football team had its second scrimmage of fall camp on a steamy Sunday afternoon at Buccaneer Field.
Randy Robinson’s first test as the Berkeley High School football coach could be the three-plus hour bus ride to the Upstate and the time he has to think about who his new team is about to play.
CSU Ballpark will have a new playing surface for the 2017 baseball season.
Dara Harrop has been named the new principal of Marrington Middle School of the Arts in Goose Creek, South Carolina. The Berkeley County School Board approved the appointment on July 26.
Citing a need for additional access to emergency and surgical services Trident Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Todd Gallati has announced the hospital will embark on a $13.5 million expansion.
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.
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...
The second annual Joshua L Milligan Police Summer Camp took place July 25-29.
It’s catching on fast.
Many residents in the community have enjoyed the summer time by traveling or having relatives to visit.
So it’s back to school for what is yet another school year. Holidays have expired, and the shopping and other activities have been completed. I can hear the parents breathing a sigh of relief.
More than 80 sex offenders live or work within a 2-mile radius of my office.
Well, the remodeling of Ye Olde Homeplace is progressing briskly, which means it’s happening whether I like it or not.
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