Rowin’ up the river

Friday, November 27, 12:01 a.m.

On a not-too-chilly November evening the Ashley River is smooth as glass, weaving its way through Summerville’s autumn foliage with only the slightest disturbance from paddles and boat motors.

No set date for redrawn county boundary to happen

Friday, November 27, 12:01 a.m.

A redrawn county boundary line would put more than 300 Dorchester households in Berkeley County, but there is no definite timeline for this to happen.

Sizzlin’ for Camp Happy Days

Thursday, November 26, 1:01 p.m.

If anybody had a case of the munchies over the weekend all they had to do was go to Fort Dorchester High School and chow on some barbecue.

Behind the Apple - Amanda Snipe

Thursday, November 26, 12:01 p.m.

Amanda Snipe recalls a couple of her childhood teachers who inspired her to become a teacher herself.

Fort D expects a throwdown Friday

This weekend’s high school football playoffs will pit an undefeated team against a team known for pulling off upsets.

Cobras finish .500 after playoff loss

The Cane Bay football season came to an end in the opening round of the Class AAAA playoffs on Friday.

Hopkins being considered for starting role with Gamecocks

When Chad Holbrook watches T.J. Hopkins, the South Carolina head baseball coach is reminded of another name — Evan Marzilli.

Pinewood cheerleaders claim state championship

The Pinewood Prep Competition Team wrapped up its season at the SCISA State Cheerleading Championships held at Newberry College Nov. 12.

Journey to the world’s edge

Level Two Theatre Arts students at Rollings Middle School of the Arts performed “Journey to the World’s Edge; a Folktale in the Irish Tradition” by Harry Michael Bagdasian and...

Bike rodeo at Windsor Hill

Recently at Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary, Physical Education & Action Based Learning Instructor Taryn Floyd worked with North Charleston School Resource Officer Paul Schoolfield to...

Pren Woods promotes World War II teaching

National History Day, the American Battle Monuments Commission, and the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media launched a new, free digital resource for teachers on Veterans Day:...

A lesson in drug abuse

Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary School School counselors Cara Jones and Tori Ward arranged for students from the College of Pharmacy at the Medical University of South Carolina to speak to each...

Hetzel honored by alma mater

Summerville resident Harriet Cox Hetzel is Valdosta State University’s 2015 James L. and Dorothy H. Dewar College of Education and Human Services Distinguished Alumna of the Year.

Local mover awarded for work

Reads Moving Systems of Carolina, Inc., based in Summerville, was one of 56 moving agents awarded the annual Milton M. Hill Quality Award by Atlas Van Lines.

Goose Creek mayor invites locals to tour of historic church

Goose Creek Mayor Michael Heitzler will conduct a tour of historic St. James Goose Creek Church on Saturday at 11 a.m.

St. John the Beloved presents Advent carols

The choir of St. John the Beloved presents a service of Advent Lessons and Carols. This afternoon service tells the story of the lead up to the birth of Jesus through Bible readings and anthems based...

The power of love

Ten years ago today, Widdle and I took a big gamble at the Little Church of the West in Las Vegas.

Mayoral powers

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