The I-26 Sheep Island Interchange project is meant to alleviate traffic in Summerville, but some residents are not too happy with the idea of a busy road cutting through their neighborhood.
The bomb threat at Timberland High School is over.
Patrons sometimes refer to libraries as the “community’s living room.” After all, isn’t a library similar to the room in our homes that is comfortably designed for everyday use? And, like a living room, on some days one area of the library catches our attention. At Summerville’s library, that area is where …
Gabrielle “Gaby” Stewart returned to Wando High School recently to start her junior year. But she’s on a different path than …
For Coach Joe Call, the game plan for the Green Wave will probably be simple this week – do what the team failed to do last week.
Nexton invites everybody to celebrate the Oktoberfest season with The Sauerkraut Band and plenty of suds.
Scott Gailey shed tears Tuesday as he detailed the last time he saw his youngest son Jordan — how he held the 29-year-old in his hospital bed, a sheet covering most of his body and his mouth filled with tubes.
Coastal Community Foundation announced the Summerville winners of its 2015 General Scholarship Awards. In the overall scholarship program, 129 students from Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties were selected to receive $291,711 in scholarship funding. In Summerville, eight students received $13,250 in funding.
The Swamp Foxes host the Trojans for Ashley Ridge’s 2015 home opener.
Plans by the Park Foundation to refurbish “The Mound” at Stith Park are in limbo following a decision by Sullivan’s Island …
Last year I wrote an article for the Moultrie News to explain why September is an important month for all libraries in our nation. For those of you who just moved to the East Cooper area and missed this specific column, or if you need to refresh your memory, the following paragraphs explain the significance of this month.
The Goose Creek High School volleyball team counts experience and effort as assets. Consistency and chemistry are qualities the Lady Gators are still …
Scout Boats dedicated its newest facility on Monday to Seph Limehouse, a man who was more than an employee.
Another fabulous season of dinner theatre kicks off in North Charleston on Friday, September 18 with Last Will and Testament presented by The Crabpot …
Darius Williams received a surprise phone call and a trophy during Wednesday’s Ashley Ridge football practice.
A good hairdresser is cheaper than a good shrink and for almost 45 years Arlene Henderson has played the role of both.
At least one Goose Creek High School staffer walked in on a sexual encounter between an assistant principal and a 16-year-old girl, and others should have suspected the misconduct, according to a lawsuit filed against the Berkeley County School District.
A woman is dead after a collision at Red Bank Road and Howe Hall Road in Goose Creek.
More Berkeley County residents found more jobs in July, according to unemployment numbers released by the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce. …
Join three Charleston-based educational experts and the Seacoast Student Ministry Leadership team for the College on Purpose workshop on Saturday, Aug. 31, from 9 a.m. to noon.
The Summerville Rotary Club recently presented its annual awards.
On June 1, Haleigh Cardoze was charged with three counts of accessory after the fact to attempted murder, stemming from a May 31 shooting at a Summerville nightclub that injured three people.
After two exhibition friendlies and preseason training, the College of Charleston men's soccer team will officially kick off their 2015 campaign …
At the August CARTA board meeting, Mount Pleasant Councilman Gary Santos was elected to the position of secretary/treasurer.
Wando kicks off its regular-season slate Friday against White Knoll in Lexington.
Some movies make the viewer cry. Others reach into one’s soul, deeper than a book can ever do.
Louis Smith continues to push for Gail Hughes to step down as chairwoman of the Dorchester District 2 school board.
Still dream about scoring the game-winning touchdown or making a tackle to save the day? Maybe you want some film to promote yourself?
Hitting the stage at Woolfe Street Playhouse, the show “Why is Rock and Roll” is a fun combination of a two-man play, rock concert and …