Sheriff Duane Lewis announced that Lt. Annie Jackson has been promoted to Captain of Community Outreach.
The Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame’s advisory committee has released its candidates for the Class of 2016, and enshrinement will be conducted by voting from local fans.
Dorchester County is officially in graduation season.
Last Saturday, a group of activists and environmentally minded citizens linked hands in the surf beside the Folly Beach fishing pier as part of Hands …
The American Red Cross of the Lowcountry SC is excited to announce that Dave Miller has joined the board of directors. Miller brings 22 years of …
S.C. House District 15 challenger Steven Smith will sit down with Berkeley Independent reporter Lindsay Street and voters during the last installment of Conversation with the Candidates 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 31, at Pimlico Community Center.
Get ready to dust off your sports gear and break in a new pair of tennis shoes, because this year’s summer reading is all about sports, health and fitness. Along with puppet and magic shows, theater, juggling, live animals, and music, Charleston County Public Library branches are offering programs to get kids moving. The upbeat offerings …
Donors can choose their day to help save lives during summer awareness campaign
In terms of returning starters, Goose Creek High School won’t wow you.
South Carolina Humanities has awarded Actors’ Theatre of South Carolina a major grant toward a docudrama film based on the play, Radical Son, …
Mount Pleasant native Lauren DeLuca Courcoux has decided to adapt the management and personnel skills she acquired in the food and beverage industry …
Ryan Brown’s two-out, two-RBI base hit in the eighth inning gave College of Charleston the lead, while Bradley Dixon threw out the potential …
The Citadel baseball team was handed its first loss in the Southern Conference Tournament, 13-1, by top-seeded Mercer on Wednesday afternoon.
They were late, but that’s not unusual when you’re paddling 23 miles instead of the planned 11 miles for the day.
After eight years at his job, Brian O’Neill said he still looks forward to coming to work every day.
Fine Craft Shows Charleston has announced the Piccolo Spoleto Craft Show schedules for 2016. The two weekend shows will be held May 27-29 and June 3- …
The 2016 Martha B. Rosebrock Memorial Award winner is Stephanie Mellott who teaches science at Summerville High School.
Company has hired 130,828 veterans nationwide since commitment began in May of 2013
The Summerville Preservation Society will honor four awardees Thursday for their restoration efforts during the past year.
Good news graduates, there are jobs waiting for you, as long as you have no more than an associate’s degree. High school grads? Well the picture is a bit bleak, but not nearly as bleak as it is for students graduating with a bachelor’s degree or higher.
New initiative to improve healthy food options for clients
A Joint Base Charleston sailor is being hailed a Good Samaritan for rendering aide to a man injured in a bike accident.
The Rev. Joshua Prioleau, officers and the entire Day Dawn Baptist Church family has invited the community to revival services 7 p.m. nightly, June 1-3 on Highway 45 in Pineville.
The South Carolina Stingrays fell to the Wheeling Nailers, 5-2, in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals Tuesday in North Charleston.
Landon M. Graham of Summerville was named to the spring 2016 dean’s list at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law.
Got your eye on someone in the local business community who you admire or think does an outstanding job? Let us know!
The Palmetto Society is pleased to offer a primer on many of the essential pieces of history behind Carolina Day, which the society has been celebrating since 1777.
Ear for Music, 98 Rock, The Bridge 105.5 and Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina present the 16th season of Party at the Point
Tameya Pinckney, a junior at the Dorchester County Career & Technology Center, earned the coveted ProStart National Certificate of Achievement. …