Art on the Beach & Chefs in the Kitchen Nov. 8

Tuesday, October 6, 9:47 a.m.

From 1 to 5 p,m, on Sunday, Nov. 8 there will be a tour of Sullivan’s Island homes, art sale, chef demonstrations & tastings. The eagerly awaited annual fall fundraiser, Art on the Beach...

SCDOT reopens I-126 Flyover in Columbia UPDATED

Tuesday, October 6, 10:09 a.m.

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has reopened the I-126 flyover in Columbia on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Motorists leaving Columbia on I-126 can use this bridge to travel eastbound on...

CCSD and Bishop England closed tomorrow

Monday, October 5, 10:25 a.m.

The Brewsday event scheduled for tomorrow evening, Oct. 6, at Old Towne Creek County Park has been canceled. The next Brewsday is set for Tuesday, Oct. 20. For more information on Brewsday and...

This Week in Print - We love our local heros

Monday, October 5, 12:36 p.m.

Heros come in all shapes and sizes and are revered for many reasons. And it’s not always the celebrities or athletes that are recognized as heros. Lowcountry folks love to brag on their own.

Mount Pleasant residents join Trident Technical College Foundation Board

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

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.

Mt. Pleasant Senior Center offering Golden Age of Hollywood Musical Theater Class

Seniors at the Mount Pleasant Senior Center on VonKolnitz Road have found a new way to stay fit in Gracie and Lacy’s new Golden Age of Hollywood Musical Theater Class.

Mount Pleasant Family Dentistry hosts Free Dentistry Day

Mount Pleasant Family Dentistry partnered with the worldwide nonprofit organization Dentistry from the Heart on Sept. 12 to bring free dental care to those who were uninsured, under-insured, or for...

That BIG Book Sale returns for its 34th Year

Book lovers and bargain hunters are in for a real treat when the Charleston Friends of the Library host its 34th annual That BIG Book Sale, October 9-11, at the Omar Shrine Auditorium. Over 60,000...

Sullivan’s Island roads remain flooded (video)

Carlsen Huey was able to safely move about parts of Sullivan’s Island on Monday.

Governor Nikki Haley Proclaims October Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (SCCADVASA) is pleased to announce that Governor Nikki R. Haley has declared October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In...

ReStart Conference planned for Oct. 24

The ReStart 2015 Career Conference is a free career education conference helps unemployed, underemployed or those individuals in a transition learn job searching techniques which help get their life...

Battery falls to Louisville in Eastern Conference semis UPDATED

It took 106 minutes, but No. 2 Louisville City FC finally cracked the Charleston Battery defense in overtime, then added a clincher 11 minutes later to advance to the USL Eastern Conference...

High school football games postponed again UPDATED

Several Charleston County schools have been forced to once again reschedule football games as the flooding and inclement weather subsides.

Wando’s Brown selected to Shrine Bowl all-star game

Wando senior running back Kevin Brown has been selected to the 2015 Shine Bowl of the Carolinas all-star game.

Citadel’s Delaney named SoCon Player of the Month

The Citadel sophomore defensive back Dee Delaney has been named Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Month, the league announced Monday.

Horticulture Hotline - Cooler temperatures make yard work much easier

I do not know when fall officially starts, but for me when I pulled in my driveway the other day and I was met with the wonderful smell of the sweet tea olive, fall had started. Nothing is like the...

November Referendum...Property tax calculator now available

Did you receive your new Charleston County Tax Assessment for your home? If not, you should be receiving it this week.

Letters to the Editor

The election is nearly a month away and it is still impossible to distinguish the messages of the candidates. They all are going to “work for us” They are all going to make MP the...

Charleston’s Commune Supper Cult has announced plans for its Oct. 18 dinner at sea onboard the Carolina Queen

Commune. Supper Cult is excited to announce its next event as cult members will takes to the seas for a meal highlighting Bulls Bay Saltworks. On October 18th, Chefs Will Fincher of The Obstinate...

Inaugural Ultra Chili 50K coming to Laurel Hill

Charleston County Parks is introducing a new trail race with a distinguishing feature that very few races in South Carolina have – extreme distance.

Annual ‘Migration to Memminger’ fundraiser returns

The third annual Migration to Memminger fundraiser for the Avian Conservation Center and Center for Birds of Prey is scheduled for Oct. 8 at Memminger Auditorium. The evening is a celebration of the...

Award winning teen cast to perform “Into the Woods’

Into The Woods Jr., the stage musical adaptation of the beloved Brothers Grimm Fairytales will be performed at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. November 20 to 22 at Footlight Players Theatre by the...


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