Palmetto Martial Arts students promoted to black belt

Friday, September 23, 12:08 p.m.

Palmetto Martial Arts of Mount Pleasant promoted five students to black belt recently. Sabunim Debbie Reese promoted the following students to first degree black belt: Shabib Jafri, Noa Wallen, and...

Citadel earns 3 No. 1 rankings from U.S. News and World Report

Saturday, September 24, 12:12 p.m.

The Citadel has earned three No. 1 rankings from U.S. News and World Report; one of them for the sixth consecutive year. The news and information publisher’s 2017 rankings were released Sept.

USS Laffey Association to hold annual memorial service aboard beloved Navy destroyer

Friday, September 23, 10:30 a.m.

The ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, September 27

Town, county unveil plans for $40 million Rifle Range park currently without funding

Friday, September 23, 6:53 p.m.

A 245-acre park off of Rifle Range Road could feature a Town of Mount Pleasant gymnasium, ball fields, extensive walking and biking trails and a Charleston County paly and picnic area complete with a...

Local filmmaker releases political documentarypro

Mount Pleasant native and Charleston filmmaker, producer and actor Braxton Williams has released a documentary entitled “I Approve This Message.”

Eucalyptus Wellness Company opens ‘Elixir Bar’

In August, locally owned Eucalyptus Wellness opened an Elixir Bar that serves healthy innovative drinks that incorporate ingredients such as Chinese herbs, Ayurvedic elements, medicinal mushrooms,...

Dance Arts Studio to host open house

The Dance Arts Studio will host a special Studio Open House on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 2:30-4:30 p.m. The event is open to the public and to any interested dancers and their families to tour the...

South Carolina Federal Credit named #4 best credit union to work for

The Credit Union Journal has recognized South Carolina Federal Credit Union as the No. 4 credit union in the country for creating a quality workplace for its employees.

Masonic Service Award

Mount Pleasant Town Councilman James C. Owens, PM, received his 25-year pin from Etiwan Lodge #95 in Mount Pleasant on Sept. 1.

Fields to Families celebrates 10 years tackling hunger

For 10 years, Fields to Families has tackled hunger in the Lowcountry in the simplest way possible: by harvesting the produce grown right around us and distributing it to those in need.

East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club wards ‘Four-Way Test’ award

William Martin recently received the Rotary Club’s Four-Way Test Person of the Year award from the East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club. The award is given to a current and active member who...

IOP Wellness Fair returns Thursday

The City of Isle of Palms and East Cooper Medical Center are partnering for the seventh consecutive year to sponsor the Isle of Palms Wellness Fair on Thursday, Sept. 22 from 7- 11 a.m.

Wando takes down Stratford for first region win

MOUNT PLEASANT — The leader of the Wando defense may have put it best as he addressed his team following a region battle in the rain on Friday.

Colonial Athletic Association reacts to North Carolina House Bill-2

The Colonial Athletic Association Council of Presidents and Athletic Directors of its full member institutions met via conference call on Friday to discuss and review the Conference’s position...

For Citadel quarterback Dominique Allen, clutch is nothing new

The southern rasp in Lyman Guy’s voice spikes when the conversation shifts to Dominique Allen. He pauses for moment, thinking back on his former quarterback, before enthusiastically starting...

Coastal's Bott voted Player of the Week; Week 4 nominees

Coastal Christian quarterback T.J. Bott was voted the South Atlantic Bank Week 3 East Cooper Player of the Week.

Horticulture Hotline - When transplanting trees, mind your root ball

If you are planning on transplanting a tree this fall, now is the time to root prune. When root pruning trees, a good rule of thumb is for every inch in diameter of tree, you want 12 inches of root...

September brings memories of Hugo - and Hunger Action Month

September inscribes the tragic event of 1989 that changed the history of Charleston. At first glance, we naturally remember Hurricane Hugo’s devastation - the destruction to buildings, land,...

Letters to the Editor

We should take advantage of the current town council’s development sentiments for Shem Creek.

College of Charleston opera students to perform Broadway and opera favorites

CofC Concerts at the College of Charleston School of the Arts will present two performances of opera and musical theater titled, “Venus & Mars – All Is Fair in Love and War,”.

“A Tall Tail” Ballroom Dancing Production offers family fun

International Ballroom Dance Studios presents its 10th annual ballroom production, “A Tall Tail”, on Saturday, Oct. 1 at the Sottile Theater in downtown Charleston. Join Owl and his...

Voltaire’s feisty lover, La Marquise du Châtelet visits Charles Towne

Forget adjectives describing her beauty, charm and wit, all of which were no doubt true. This lady’s fascination stems from her accomplishments as a mathematician and scientist whose name has...

Brewsdays offer craft beer, yoga and music

Old Towne Creek County Park opens on select weekdays this fall with craft beer, food trucks and live music as well as a free yoga program on Sept. 27 and Oct. 11.


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