Bishop England defeated Wando 69-58 Saturday Dec. 5 to snap a 14-game losing streak against the Warriors.
Wine Under the Oaks at Boone Hall Plantation has grown to become one of the premier holiday special events in the South Carolina Lowcountry. What
Wando girls basketball defeated Porter-Gaud, 63-38, in the Riptide Preseason Tournament Saturday, Nov. 21 at CCSMS in Charlston.
Wando fell to Pinewood, 78-67, Wednesday, Nov. 25 in the Stall Thanksgiving Classic in North Charleston.
Porter-Gaud defeated Cane Bay, 91-46, in the Riptide Preseason Tournament Saturday, Nov. 21 at CCSMS in Charleston.
Bishop England defeated Stall, 74-54, in the Stall Thanksgiving Classic Wednesday, Nov. 25 in North Charleston.
The SC Bar Young Lawyers Division (YLD) hosted its second annual Bowling Buddies, a fundraiser for the SC Special Olympics. At the event, local
More than 100 teams signed up for the 2015 Chili Cook-off & Oyster Roast last Saturday at the Citadel stadium. Teams circled the field from end-zone
Bishop England fell to Lake Marion, 26-21, in the opening round of the Class AA playoffs Friday, Dec. 13 at Jack Cantey Stadium on Daniel Island.
Wando defeated Dorman, 3-0, in the Class AAAA state championship game Saturday, Nov. 14, at White Knoll High School in Lexington.
Bishop England defeated Buford, 3-0, in the Class AA state championship game Saturday, Nov. 14 at White Knoll High School in Lexington.
The East Cooper Outboard Motor Club is hosting their annual turkey shoot at Goldbug Island
Mary McConnell turns 100 years old. She held a birthday party at The Cotton Dock at Boone Hall Nov. 3. Help us wish her a very happy birthday!
Richard Winn defeated Coastal Christian, 56-14, in the opening round of the SCISA 8-man state playoffs Friday, Nov. 6 at Moultrie Middle School in
Sanctioned by The National Steeplechase Association, the Cup has become one of the premier sporting events in the Carolina Lowcountry, offering
The Charleston Marriott hosted the 11th annual Fur Ball presented by Charleston Magazine on Friday, Nov. 6. This James Bond-inspired gala on Friday,
Photos from the Election Day parties of Mount Pleasant Town Council canidates Rodly Millet and Chris Nickels.
General election night updates
Charleston Cremation Center opens with ribbon-cutting. Now open for business.
The Charleston School of Law inducted James Edward (Ed) Bell III as president and managing partner of the school at a Thursday ceremony at the
Carolina One Halloween Carnival.
The Moultrie News, the Laing School Improvement Council and concerned residents of the north end of Mount Pleasant hosted a candidate forum Tuesday
First Baptist defeated Palmetto Christian, 62-43, Friday, Oct. 23 in Park West in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
A Snappy Event hosted the 6th annual Mac Off on Saturday October 24, from 2 -7 p.m. More than 7,000 people gathered throughout the day to experience
Mary Huffman from Mount Pleasant has been named the 2015 National History Teacher of the Year. She is a fifth grade teacher at Charles Pinckney
The Center Street Wastewater Treatment Plant was first placed in operation in 1970. Prior to this plant’s operation, all wastewater in Mount
Kitchen & Company celebrated the grand opening of their ninth store today (October 22nd) in Mount Pleasant. People lined up along the entire building
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