Harmon ends 38 years with the city of Goose Creek

Friday, July 22, 9:24 a.m.

Goose Creek City Administrator Dennis Harmon attended his last city council meeting as the city administrator.

Two of five suspects remain at large in fatal home invasion

Sunday, July 24, 7:36 a.m.

Three of the five men suspected in carrying out a fatal home invasion in Huger early Thursday morning are in custody.

Wayward dolphins die in Bushy Park river

Wednesday, July 20, 9:10 a.m.

More than a decade ago, a dramatic rescue with boats and nets saved three dolphins blocked off in the Back River. This time, marine biologists weren’t so lucky.

A return investment: community policing puts character first

Tuesday, July 19, 12:01 a.m.

A bouquet of flowers delivered to Goose Creek Police department (GCPD) was a first.

Baldwin stoked about summer gains

For the returning players on Goose Creek High School’s girls basketball team, the sting of a season-ending buzzer beater in February got buried in the dust stirred up by their hard work this...

Mundy sets City Meet records

Sarah Mundy led the Crowfield Swim team at this summer’s City Meet.

Bowers climbs to the top of North America

Lowcountry Realtor Justin Bowers recently climbed to the top of the highest peak in North America.

Bucs’ non-conference slate includes ACC, SEC schools

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.

Citadel recruits K-12 STEM teacher candidates

To meet the critical need for highly trained K-12 teachers of science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines (STEM), The Citadel Graduate College is accepting applications for full,...

Berkeley Co. schools raise taxes for second year in a row

For the second time in as many years, another tax increase for public schools will hit Berkeley County taxpayers.

Planted with a purpose

On track to create a common area that can be enjoyed by all, additional landscaping to St. John’s Christian Academy’s campus will offer a scenic view to visitors, a place for students...

Education briefs: Brannon, Lamprecht, Rines, Widenhouse, Welch, Thrower

Chelsea Brannon of Hanahan graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Arts from the College of Arts and Sciences.

Military news update

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Austin-Eugene G. Burkett graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

A bang for bucks

Brightly colored containers have appeared along the roadsides throughout Berkeley and Dorchester counties as entrepreneurs are setting up shop for the Independence Day holiday.

Help animals beat the heat this summer

Cody knows how to keep his cool. The 15-year-old pinto horse drinks plenty of water – possibly up to 24 gallons in one day – and hangs out in the shade of a pine tree as the day heats...

Summer season is peak time for grilling fires

With summer in full swing, home chefs everywhere are reaching for their outdoor grills.

Traveling to Canada? You won’t find Glen Campbell

We’re not in the Manitoba wilderness or on the plains of Saskatchewan – just in Victoria, BC, a “shore day” on our Alaskan cruise. It’s a lovely place, at least as...

SMITH: Around our house it was Boiled peanuts, Fritos and quivering liver

Today’s column is about things my family says. We’ve always had a lot to say, and boy, do we share. (Except for my father, who spoke as if each word cost him five dollars.)

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