Valerie E. Harrison, Ed.D. appointed Interim Chief Academic Officer for CCSD

Tuesday, October 13, 11:37 a.m.

The Charleston County School District (CCSD) announces that Dr. Valerie E. Harrison has been appointed interim chief academic officer. Harrison will begin leading the academic program of work on a...

Charleston Says Thanks to Mayor Joe Riley

Tuesday, October 13, 2:44 p.m.

Charlestonians will have an opportunity to express their appreciation for Mayor Joe Riley’s 40 years of service at a special “Thanks, Joe!” extravaganza on Sunday, Oct. 25. The...

Eckstrom acts to hold state agencies accountable for financial reporting deadlines

Tuesday, October 13, 11:51 a.m.

Acting to hold state entities accountable for their financial reporting deadlines under South Carolina law, state Controller Richard Eckstrom has begun publicly announcing agencies that fail to...

Jury finds for family of lung cancer victim; tobacco companies to pay $1.5 million

Tuesday, October 13, 11:48 a.m.

A Florida state jury found R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and Philip Morris USA., Inc., liable on Oct. 6 for the death of Margate, Florida resident Salvatore “Sal” Marchese. In finding the...

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..

“No Goat Left Behind” campaign by Heritage Foods USA

Slow Food Charleston has designated Oct. 12-18 as “Goatober Week” in an effort to support the national “No Goat Left Behind” campaign by Heritage Foods USA. As part of the...

Magnolia Gardens joins plant monitoring network

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, a steward of the land for three centuries, has joined with other environmentally conscious gardens to monitor threats harmful insects and diseases pose to plants and...

Barnes & Noble participates in National Friends of Libraries Week Celebration

Barnes & Noble is teaming up with the Charleston Friends of the Library to celebrate National Friends of the Library week- a week in which the community pays tribute to the auxiliary...

Mansfield: Forever to Thee, HBC UPDATED

I was never a South Carolina football fan.

Wando rallies to beat West Ashley in region opener

Less than six minutes into the game, Wando found itself trailing by two touchdowns to West Ashley on Monday night.

Spurrier retiring from South Carolina

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier has told his players that he is retiring, effective immediately.

Palmetto Christian drops region opener at Northwood

Northwood Academy shut out Palmetto Christian 28-0 Friday at Danny Jones Field in North Charleston.

Horticulture Hotline - Because of flood damage potential, inspect trees closely

Wow, what a difference a week makes. Last week I was smelling my sweet tea olive, this week my feet are wet as I type this because of flooding in my home office.

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,...

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...

Home Tour to Take Place on Kiawah Island Sunday, Nov. 8

Sunday, November 8, from 1-5 p.m., guests are invited to tour five exceptional homes on Kiawah Island, with all proceeds going to benefit the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and Lowcountry music.

FollyPalooza set to take place on Saturday, Oct. 24

The 8th Annual FollyPalooza will take place on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Center Street to raise money for local cancer patients. The family-friendly event will feature a...

Charleston beach music festival set for Oct. 24 – 25

The tenth annual Charleston Beach Music & Shag Festival is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 24 and Sunday, Oct. 25, festival organizer Harriett Grady has announced. It will include live band...

An Evening of the Bard’s spookiest scenes through October

Battery Theatre Company celebrates Halloween with a selection of William Shakespeare’s spookiest scenes. All staged upon Sullivan’s Island’s historic Battery Gadsden, BTC invites...


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