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CCSD 2016 Teacher of the Year Finalists Announced

Friday, April 29, 3:22 p.m.

The Charleston County School District (CCSD) Office of Teacher Effectiveness and CCSD 2015 Teacher of the Year Emilie Woody traveled across Charleston County last month with Charlie the RiverDog and..

Celebrating Gullah culture under oaks

Friday, April 29, 1:23 p.m.

The second annual Gullah Culture festival took place in the shadows of ancient live oaks in the Daniel Island Children’s Park Sunday, April 24. The festival was put on by the Daniel Island...


Spring bird-watching at Awendaw’s Center for Birds of Prey

Friday, April 29, 10:06 a.m.

Awendaw — Spring bird-watching is especially rich at the Center for Birds of Prey, with colorful migrants like the Painted Bunting (Passerina ciris) and Summer Tanager (Piranga rubra) making...


Enter for your chance to win

Friday, April 29, 9:28 a.m.

One lucky winner will receive a host of prizes by simply registering to win a Mother’s Day package, hosted by the Moultrie News.

Local landscape architect chosen as fellow in national society

Kenneth (Kenny) R. Seamon, principal of SeamonWhiteside, has been elevated to fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming opens third South Carolina location in Mount Pleasant

Woof Gang Bakery and Grooming has opened its third South Carolina location in Mount Pleasant. Woof Gang is locally owned and offers full-service grooming and a selection of pet foods, supplies and...


International training company opens local franchise

Herbert L. Drayton III and Ingrid Tugwell became the newest franchise owners with Dale Carnegie Training today. Their territory covers Charleston and Columbia and four counties in Georgia. Jim...


New CEO at Vibra Hospital of Charleston

Daniel C. Dunmyer, BA, MHA has taken the reins as CEO for Vibra Hospital of Charleston. With over thirty years providing senior level leadership in hospital healthcare, Dan’s executive...

Red Cross springtime events

The American Red Cross is inviting local residents and visitors alike to our two springtime events in the Lowcountry, The Old Village Home, Garden, and Art Tour and A Lowcountry Affair.

Town rec department and Lowcountry Parent put on ‘Fit Family Challenge’

In an effort to promote healthy, active lifestyles, Mount Pleasant Recreation is partnering with Lowcountry Parent magazine in an eight-week program to challenge Mount Pleasant residents to get up,...


March for Babies coming this Saturday to Charleston

Walkers will gather to take steps for healthier babies at the March for Babies. Saturday’s activities include an opening program at 8:30 a.m., followed by a 3-mile scenic walk through the...


St. Matthew’s “Tea Time Treasures” boutique to benefit Community Outreach Center

The Community Outreach Center of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church will present its 15th Annual Charity Boutique, “Tea Time Treasures,” for three weekends during Spoleto. The...

Bishop England’s postseason opener postponed; BE softball falls

Bishop England’s postseason opener against Woodland was rained out Thursday night.

Wando baseball, softball drop playoff openers

One game into the postseason, defending state champion Wando is facing elimination.


Wando shuts out Academic Magnet on Senior Night

Wando head coach Shilo Tisdale spoke highly of Academic Magnet last week when outlining the challenges of closing the regular season against the Class AA defending state champions.


Coastal edges Palmetto Christian in OT shootout

Coastal Christian girls soccer evened the season series against Palmetto Christian with a 3-2 win after a penalty-kick shootout on Tuesday in Mount Pleasant.

VFW announces scholarship contest winners

VFW Post 10624 in Mount Pleasant held an awards dinner on Thursday, April 21 to recognize the winners of the 2015-2016 Scholarship Contests and Teacher of the Year.

Between the Stacks - The balance between peace officer and police officer

William “Dub” Lawrence is a former sheriff who established Utah’s first SWAT team in the mid-1970s. Thirty years later, that same unit killed his son-in-law in a controversial...

The power of persuasion

Editor’s note: Every year, teachers from local schools teach their students about persuasive writing. Some of those assignments are then shared with Moultrie News readers. The following are...

Free a cappella concert

Palmetto Vocal Project is a competitive and performing men’s chorus specializing in A Cappella singing, particularly celebrating the rich American musical tradition of barbershop harmony. The..

7th Annual Charleston Bed Race to take place Sunday, May 1

Camp Happy Days’ 7th Annual Charleston Bed Race presented by APECS Aerospace Corporation takes place Sunday, May 1. The 7th Annual Charleston Bed Race will be held at MUSC Health Stadium on...


Ben Folds to Play Piccolo Spoleto Concert with Charleston Symphony Orchestra

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) is pleased to present The Ben Folds Orchestra Experience at Daniel Island’s Volvo Car Stadium on Wednesday, June 8 at 8 p.m. This special Piccolo...


Charleston Symphony offers subscriber benefits in 80th season

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) 2016-2017 season will run from September to April, showcasing a lineup of incredible performances from classical masterpieces to contemporary music and more.

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