Good things come to those who wait.
By Jenna Lore
email@example.comThursday, July 30, 2015 7:31 a.m.
Mount Pleasant celebrated the groundbreaking of its largest non-road project in the town’s history last week.
All Kittens Only $25 And All Adult Cats Only $37.50 Through Aug. 1!
The Moonlight Mixer series at the Folly Beach Pier is wrapping up! The final Moonlight Mixers of the 2015 season will be held Friday, Aug. 21 and …
In the wake of a serious dog mauling of its owner, Charleston Animal Society strongly advises the public to spay or neuter their dogs and to obtain their dogs from reputable sources that conduct certified aggression assessments. The dog involved in the attack was not sterilized. Nor was it obtained from Charleston Animal Society.
Not everyone knows exactly where Vada Landreth came from, but there is no doubt where she is going.
Wando sailor Austin Ando placed 14th at the Club 420 National Championship last week in Newport, Rhode Island.
Cliff Washburn’s first basketball team at Cane Bay High School will journey into winter with plenty of room for improvement.
DD2 has made a few big changes with some staff members’ positions.
Annually awarded cadet scholarship created to honor Huge Foundation’s Lawrence C. Mohr
ATLANTA – Charleston Southern’s Erik Austell, Aaron Brown, Darius Hammond and Troy McGowens were named to the Big South Conference …
The City Recreation Department is bringing back its comprehensive gymnastics program beginning Aug. 31.
After more than two years promoting fitness and healthy lifestyles in the Charleston community, Fleet Feet Sports is expanding with a new location in Summerville.
Widow to lead a foundation and continue his life work
Voted the best of the best by readers of the Moultrie News, top local businesses were invited to an evening of dinner, drinks and prizes at Alhambra …
New streaming services are free for those with library cards
A town staple in Summerville the last five years is making some business changes.
The kissing bug is no beauty. A half-inch long, it looks like a cross between a roach and a paper wasp, with wings folded back like a bat.
Get Stomping For The 12th Annual Irvin~House Vineyard and Firefly Distillery Grape Stomping Festival
MUSC Health and the Charleston Battery expand their ongoing relationship with the award of naming rights to the team’s stadium through the end …
Swipe left. Swipe right. For those growing up in the digital dating age and using the love connection app Tinder to find potential mates, these commands have become universal symbols for disapproval and appeal.
On Friday, Aug. 14, at 7 p.m. the Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum will host a symposium in which Vietnam War veterans who served as Green Berets in the Army’s Special Forces unit will discuss how the United States came to rely on oppressed tribe people known as Montagnards to help fight the North Vietnamese Army and the Viet Cong. …
Original company ownership investing $5.5 million in new plant, creating expected 238 new jobs
Live, Love, Latch! is a National Breastfeeding Month (August 1-31) celebration presented by La Leche League USA and hosted by LLL Groups throughout the country. This is the second year for this annual event.
The SC Bar Young Lawyers Division is collecting backpacks and other school supplies for donation to schools and students throughout the Lowcountry for its annual Backpack Drive. Supplies are being collected through Thursday, Aug. 14, and can be dropped off at the locations listed below. Take advantage of the upcoming tax-free weekend, Aug. 7-9, to …
Several members of the staffs at area independent schools recently completed a workshop on conducting effective classroom teacher observations, …
Food and food for thought! The Powder Magazine is pleased to announce that it will again offer its Annual Fall Lunch & Lecture series. This year, …
Charleston Southern was picked to finish in third place in the 2015 Big South Conference Football Preseason Poll, announced Thursday at the …
South Carolina Federal Credit Union will be hosting a school supply drive to benefit Lowcountry Orphan Relief. Charleston-area financial centers will be outfitted with bins for community donations from August 3 – 31st.