Alcoa Mt. Holly announced $155,542 in Alcoa Foundation grants to four local non-profit organizations last week: the South Carolina Aquarium, Junior Achievement of Coastal South Carolina, the South...
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) will appear with Democratic challenger Joyce Dickerson at the monthly NAACP Goose Creek chapter meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27.
Carnes Crossroads is holding a fall farmers’ market at the Green Barn on Wednesday, Oct. 22, from 3-7 p.m.
The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office will host “Coffee with a Cop” on Nov. 8 in Goose Creek. The event gives citizens the chance to meet law enforcement officers in an informal, neutral space to...
The Hanahan High School football team made the trip down Interstate 26 to face an unbeaten team on Friday.
The Stratford cross country teams hosted a meet on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at Wannamaker Park.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Charleston Southern nearly pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the college football season on Saturday night at Vanderbilt Stadium. CSU outgained the Vanderbilt Commodores of...
Goose Creek’s third-quarter explosion lifted the Gators to a 32-13 homecoming victory on Friday.
Marrington Elementary School recently announced its Virtue of the Month student winners for September.
Students in Maria Earl’s first grade class at College Park Elementary School are enjoying a fun 2014-2015 year.
First graders at Marrington Elementary are learning about The 7 Habits of Leadership through songs written by Ann Schuler, their School Counselor.
A recent event at Boulder Bluff Elementary School was a hit with students – and their moms.
Members of Goose Creek Masonic Lodge 401 awarded a 40 certificate and life membership to five of their members on Oct. 6.
October is National Energy Action Month, and SCE&G is sharing energy efficiency tips with customers.
The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is seeking applications from artists in music, theatre, dance, visual art, crafts, photography, media arts and literature for participation in...
American Legion Post 166 in Goose Creek with its Legion Honor Guard trained six Devon Forest Elementary School fifth graders the proper raising and folding of the American Flag on Sept. 9.
A story in the Sept. 29 issue of USA Today said that soda makers like Coke and Pepsi cared about the obese state of this country.
The “corporal punishment” debate blew up last month when Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was indicted after allegedly beating his four-year-old “with a tree branch,” leaving...