Candidate forum to be held for north-end residents at Laing Middle School

Friday, October 9, 7:12 a.m.

Laing Middle School Improvement Council, the Moultrie News and residents living in the northern area subdivisions of Mount Pleasant have joined together to host a Mount Pleasant Town Council...

Crave’s Mac Daddy food truck to provide lunch for local first responders

Friday, October 9, 9:19 a.m.

The Mac Daddy Presented by Crave Kitchen & Cocktails will be serving lunch and raising money for first responders’ charity of choice on Friday, October 9. Crave’s Mac Daddy Food...

Author Luncheon with Aïda Rogers and Josephine Humphreys discussing “State of the Heart Vol. 2”

Friday, October 9, 9:13 a.m.

Attend the author series Thursday, Oct. 22 at noon for Blue Bicycle Books Charleston Author Series luncheon atHalls Chophouse with award-winning authors Aïda Rogers and Josephine Humphreys for...

Pregnant woman rescued from flood gives birth

Thursday, October 8, 1:32 p.m.

On Sunday, Oct. 4 in the midst of the Lowcountry’s historic rainfall, a pregnant woman was rescued from her Summerville home by emergency personnel during labor. She gave birth to her first...

Mount Pleasant residents join Trident Technical College Foundation Board

Two Mount Pleasant residents have joined the Trident Technical College Foundation Board of Trustees.

Kitchen & Company will host the grand opening of their ninth store

Kitchen & Company will host the grand opening of their ninth store beginning on Thursday, Oct. 22, at the newly-renovated Bowman Place. The grand opening events will last through the weekend.

Belgian Gelato Cafe opens in Mount Pleasnat

Belgian Gelato opened its doors last week to its third location in the Lowcountry, with a café style twist at 776 South Shelmore Boulevard.

Kolter at The Ponds to reschedule grand opening event

Charleston, SC – Kolter Homes at The Ponds announces that their Grand Opening event scheduled for October 10 is postponed. At this time, no date has been selected for the Grand Opening.

Save The Light’s 2nd Annual East Cooper BBQ to benefit the Morris Island Lighthouse

Save The Light’s 2nd Annual East Cooper BBQ is being held to benefit the Morris Island Lighthouse. On Oct. 18. $20 includes BBQ by Dixieland Delights and all the fixings, banana pudding, beer..

Pearls of Wisdom Tea Oct. 25

She has spoken to members of the US State department, touring groups and students of antiques all over the world. She regularly appears on television programs regarding history, silver and antiques.

Community Calendar

A four-week workshop for adults is scheduled for Oct. 12 through Nov. 3 on Monday and Tuesday evenings 7 – 9 p.m.

Fall brings the Avian Migration and a grand gala to celebrate

The third annual Migration to Memminger fundraiser for the Avian Conservation Center and Center for Birds of Prey (www.thecenterforbirdsofprey.org), is scheduled for Oct. 8, at Memminger Auditorium.

Past Wofford loses mean ‘nothing’ as Citadel preps for Terriers UPDATED

The Citadel hasn’t defeated Wofford since 1998. Sixteen games, 16 losses.

CofC baseball looks for versatility in 2016

As fall practice continues for the College of Charleston baseball team, one team quality that first-year head coach Matt Heath has recognized early has been the squad’s versatility.

Bluffton’s Bent breaks Wando defense

BLUFFTON — In a game postponed five days due to flooding, Wando’s defense still seemed waterlogged against Bluffton’s rushing attack Wednesday.

Ulmer voted Week 5 Player of the Week

Coastal Christian senior Daniel Ulmer has been voted the Week 5 Tideland Bank East Cooper Player of the Week.

Tornadoes in history

Given the surprise tornado that hit John’s Island last week, I thought it might be interesting to look back at some of the other twisters that have given the Lowcountry a whirl. Interestingly,...

Between the Stacks: Check Out the Senior Social Hour

When I was growing up, it was always easy to meet new people and get to know them. In school and then at college, there was always someone new who might become a friend.

Letters to the Editor, Oct. 7

From what I read in a recent letter to the editor, candidates are damned it they do and damned if they do not. If the writer feels that no one can give him the iron-clad guarantee that everything...

Wando’s ‘Deadly Double Feature’ is twice the fun

Audiences will get two helpings of laughter, mixed with some mystery and a ghost, when students from Wando High School Theatre present a modern farce and a comedy classic in a Deadly Double Feature.

Taylor Festival Choir opens season with All Hallows’ Eve and All Saints’ Day Concerts

Fifteen years after its humble beginnings in Little Rock, Arkansas, the Taylor Music Group presents its 15th season with a unique weekend of music celebrating the end of the harvest season and...

The Village concert series presents ‘The In-between: From Classical to Jazz’

The Village Concert Series will present “The In-Between: from classical to jazz,” a free public concert on Friday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. A trio consisting of soprano Jill Terhaar Lewis,...

College of Charleston faculty jazz ensemble to take stage

The 2nd Monday Series at the College of Charleston School of the Arts will present a concert by the CofC Faculty Jazz Ensemble: Robert Lewis (saxophones), David Heywood (flute), Tyler Ross (guitar),...


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