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Solar energy could be on menu for co-op customers

Monday, June 20, 1:24 p.m.

What’s not to like about renewable energy? Well, maybe the up-front price tag and the fact it’s hard to take with you if you’re renting or facing an upcoming move.

Goose Creek man killed in collision

Monday, June 20, 1:26 p.m.

According to a report from Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury, 22 year old Kendall Ramsey of Goose Creek was riding a motorcycle when it collided with another vehicle at 1:09 p.m. June 18.


Mount Holly smelter workers in limbo as time runs out for legislative help

Monday, June 20, 1:25 p.m.

The legislative session has ended in Columbia, but there still is no word on the future of Century Aluminum’s Mount Holly smelter in Goose Creek.


Newcomers making impact for RedHawks

Sunday, June 19, 10:04 p.m.

Often a time of scrambling and unraveling, the 11th hour has been mighty kind to the Lowcountry RedHawks.

‘His words are undefeated’

A year ago, Chris Singleton walked onto a baseball field and spoke these words:

Putting the pack in place, Wolves prepare for season

Jerome Stewart wants to know “What’s your contribution?”


Clemson’s Monte Lee seeking bigger things ahead for Tigers

Clemson baseball coach Monte Lee heads into year two with big expectations and significant changes ahead, including moving Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Seth Beer from the outfield to...


Cavs condition for another successful season

St. John’s Christian Academy’s girls head basketball coach Don Genco is starting this season with two new coaches.

Timberland and tiaras: THS crowns new queens

Songs, smiles and dance completed an Arabian-themed evening in St. Stephen May 21 with palm trees, camels and contestants flanking the stage of the Timberland High school auditorium for the Miss...

Local students graduate from College of Charleston

The following local students graduated from the College of Charleston:


Local students awarded Accelerate scholarships

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce awarded 75 Accelerate Greater Charleston (AGC) Scholarships on May 10 in front of a packed room of business and educational leaders, proud parents and family...


Local students awarded Accelerate scholarships

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce awarded 75 Accelerate Greater Charleston (AGC) Scholarships on May 10 in front of a packed room of business and educational leaders, proud parents and family...

Association stages 20th Annual Deacon’s Banquet

The 20th Annual Deacon’s Fellowship Banquet of the Antioch Baptist Association Deacon’s Auxiliary was conducted at 2 p.m. May 21 in the Fellowship Hall of the Day Dawn Baptist Church in.

Rodin: Wesley AME plans 40th annual homecoming celebration

Wesley AME has announced plans for its 40th Homecoming Celebration.


African American Leadership Council donates books to St. Stephen students for summer reading

At rural St. Stephen Elementary School in Berkeley County, the correlation between poverty and reading level is clear.


It’s time to remember and reflect on the triumph of love and forgiveness

I suspect that many of the readers of this column might not be of the twitter and Facebook generation. Therefore, the comments I get via social media are very small. This is an assumption on my part,...

Guest Column

Kennard: Sweet tea world record a good way to celebrate big move

A new world record was broken Friday across the county line in Summerville when thousands sampled sweet tea from a 2,400 gallon “Mason jar.”

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Smith says: Treasure dad’s example

Have you bought the after-shave yet?

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