Sullivan’s Island Fire and Rescue Fish Fry

Friday, July 1, 2:03 p.m.

The Sullivan’s Island Fire and Rescue held its annual fish fry last Saturday, raising about $6,000 to $7,000, according to Fire Chief Anthony Stith. In its 67th year, the event was first held..

County joins White House initiative in national effort to use data to improve local criminal justice systems

Friday, July 1, 9:50 a.m.

Charleston County’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) has joined the White House’s Data Driven Justice initiative to implement reforms to safely reduce the jail population...

Trident Technical College’s Mount Pleasant campus opens Environmental Technology and Science Lab

Friday, July 1, 6:35 a.m.

Trident Technical College’s Mount Pleasant campus unveiled its new lab last week, the latest addition to the existing classrooms and offices at the campus located at 1125 John Dilligard Lane.

Celebrate July 4 on the Mount Pleasant Pier with Uncle Sam Jam

Friday, July 1, 10:25 a.m.

Charleston County Parks invites the Lowcountry to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday at the Mount Pleasant Pier! Known as Uncle Sam Jam, this annual event is the perfect spot to enjoy a fantastic...

Geotechnical exploration start up celebrates two years

Charleston geotechnical exploration start up PalmettoINSITU is celebrating its two-years-in-business mark in this month.

Russ Moore named executive chef at Slightly North of Broad

Hall Management Group has named Russ Moore executive chef of Slightly North of Broad (SNOB). Chef Moore has been a leading force in the Lowcountry’s culinary renaissance throughout his 14-year...

Rush Dixon Architects adds two interns

Brett Cline and Tyler McKenzie have joined Rush Dixon Architects as an intern architect and summer intern, respectively. Cline recently earned his Bachelors of Arts in architecture degree with a...

Blue Sky Endurance holds ribbon cutting

Blue Sky Endurance, a locally owned and operated specialty retail store for triathletes, runners, cyclists and swimmers, celebrated its grand opening at 725 Coleman Blvd. Present at the ribbon...

Hogs for the Cause establishes fund at MUSC

Hogs for the Cause Charleston presented a check for $25,000 to the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) for the establishment of the Hogs for the Cause Family and Patient Fund on Tuesday, June.

Obituary - The Right Reverend Edward L. Salmon, 1934-2016

The Right Reverend Edward L. Salmon, the 13th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina, died today in St. Louis, Missouri at age 82.

Charleston Jewish Family Services receives gift from Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation

Charleston Jewish Family Services has received $2,000 from the Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation just in time to help feed local residents. Charleston Jewish Family Services will use the gift to...

Newcomers club donates to Palmetto Warrior Connection

East Cooper Newcomers Club is a group of friendly, active women, almost 500 strong and growing, who love living in the Charleston area. The club takes great pride in the ability to raise awareness...

Two Mount Pleasant couples competing together on Spartan Ultimate Team Challenge

Before each race, the Charleston Warriors don red masks as a way to show that they are “warriors for health.” This symbolic crusade began several years ago when members of the team...

Wando’s Glover, IOPRD team up for youth volleyball camp

Wando volleyball coach Alexis Glover hosted the 11th annual Isle of Palms Recreation Department volleyball camp this week.

RiverDogs falter early against Augusta

The Augusta GreenJackets took control right from the start, jumping out to a 5-0 lead to hand the Charleston RiverDogs a 7-5 loss in front of 4,006 in Thursday’s opener at Joseph P. Riley, Jr.

Jackson blasts RiverDogs past Greenville

Jhalan Jackson crushed a two-run home run over the video board in right center field to give the Charleston RiverDogs the late lead in a 5-4 comeback win over the Greenville Drive on Wednesday night...

Leaders ignore climate change controversy at summit

Political correctness trumps scientific realities

Traffic, traffic, traffic

Mount Pleasant traffic has once again made headlines. Last week, it was “Truckmaggedon,” which was caused by a temporary glitch in the State Ports Authority’s implementation of a...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Mayor Page, Bob Brimmer, Joe Bustos, Elton Carrier, Paul Gawrych, Will Haynie, Jim Owens, Gary Santos and Mark Smith:

Pop-up concert host Cause A Scene Announces Nationwide Tour featuring Joshua James and Timmy the Teeth

Cause A Scene, cultivator of community and curator of quality music hosting intimate concerts in non-traditional locations, announces its first nationwide tour this summer. Featuring Joshua James and.

34 West goes back in time

34 West Theater opens their new musical-comedy ADDICTED TO LOVE which runs July 1 – Sept. 24, promising plenty of laughs and totally tubular ‘80’s tunes. All faculty of Arden...

Pink Martini with NPR’s Ari Shapiro

Pink Martini will be joined by special guest Ari Shapiro host of NPR’s All Things Considered at the Charleston Gaillard Center. As a high school kid in Portland, Ore., Shapiro was a Pink...

Catch Summer Fun and Competition at Charleston County Fishing Piers

This summer, opportunities to fish in local competitions abound in Charleston County. The Mount Pleasant Pier continues its Cast Off Fishing Tournament series on June 11, and the Folly Beach Fishing...


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