This Week in Print - Did you know Charleston once produced scallops?

Sunday, November 29, 7:45 a.m.

In 1978, Mount Pleasant was a sleepy little town, with very little to report on to include crime. So the article about a nine and ten year old being charged with attempted breaking and entering might.

“Very Merry Christmas Tour” here in Dec. 3

Sunday, November 29, 10:00 a.m.

GRAMMY®-nominated NewSong is set to bring their popular “Very Merry Christmas Tour”—one of Christian music’s top holiday tours—to Charleston’s Ashley...

Girl Scouts celebrate founder’s birthday

Saturday, November 28, 5:13 a.m.

Girl Scout troops from across the East Cooper area gathered at the Charles Pinckney Historical site recently to celebrate the birthday of Juliette Gordon Low (1860-1927,), the founder of Girl Scouts.

Mount Pleasant girl designed new Belk’s Bear

Saturday, November 28, 4:35 a.m.

An 11-year-old from Mount Pleasant won the 2015 Belkie Bear design contest held at Belk’s SantaFest, and her bear was unveiled at Belk’s SantaFest last week.

Diamonds Direct to open in Mount Pleasant

Diamonds Direct, a direct diamond importer based in Charlotte, N.C., plans to open the doors at its new Mount Pleasant location in early December. This marks the company’s seventh store...

Business Kudos

Allstate agency owners are being recognized by Allstate for outstanding performance and commitment to putting customers at the center of their agency’s work.

Charleston County Bar Association presents attorney Ruth Cupp with the prestigious James Louis Petigru Award

The Charleston County Bar Association acknowledged attorney Ruth W. Cupp last evening with the prestigious James Louis Petigru medal. The award is the highest honor that is bestowed by the Charleston...

MUSC announces new chief communication and marketing officer

Candidate’s leadership philosophy, career evolution help her stand out

Meals on Wheels brightens Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude, for many reasons, but it also can be melancholy and bittersweet for our neighbors facing financial or phsycal hardships that make the traditional Holiday feast...

Party for a Cause at the South Carolina Aquarium

Get your tickets for a night out among the aquatic surroundings of the South Carolina Aquarium at the Sea Life by Starlight Party, Saturday, Dec. 5. The 5th annual event features a “holiday...

East Cooper Medical Honors “Volunteer of the Year”

East Cooper Medical Center named Jane Fulton “Volunteer of the Year” at a recent awards luncheon at Dunes West Country Club.

Junior Cotillion students practice social skills

Mount Pleasant Junior Cotillion students practice their refreshment skills etiquette during the October class. The Junior Cotillion gives young people a complete education in manners, etiquette,...

Citadel downs Coastal in playoff opener; CSU rematch looms

CONWAY — The Citadel made a 43-yard field goal as time expired to knock off Coastal Carolina, 41-38, in the opening round of the FCS Playoffs Saturday at Brooks Stadium.

Bishops fend off North Myrtle Beach; Goose Creek awaits in finals

Bishop England’s record-setting shooting performance in its season opener left its coaching staff still curious what would happen should the deep ball not fall.

Wando’s late rally falls short in opener against Pinewood

NORTH CHARLESTON — Wando fell to Pinewood Prep, 78-68, in it season opener Wednesday in the first round of the Stall Thanksgiving tournament.

Bishop England shoots past Stall in season opener

NORTH CHARLESTON — Bishop England used its best shooting performance in a decade to blow past Stall, 74-54, Wednesday in the opening round of the Warriors’ Thanksgiving tournament.

Real the Directions! Don’t just moan and groan

Thanksgiving dinner gives us the fuel to work on winter projects. I have lots of winter projects. Hopefully, most of you don’t do like I do and try to eat like a mole – eating 125% of...

It’s All About Clean Water - Grease Down the Drain can be Costly

Thanksgiving, Christmas and Super Bowl Sunday may bring excellent holiday food. But for Mount Pleasant Waterworks, these three holidays are some of his most troubling of the year. Households are...

Letters to the Editor

In the Nov. 19 Post and Courier there is an article discussing the reasons for the failure of the Mount Pleasant Referendum. First off, I want to say that I voted for the referendum and supported it.

Jingle Bell Hop at 34 West

34 West Theater opens their new musical-comedy JINGLE BELL HOP Nov. 24 through Jan 2. With several performances already selling out in advance, this throwback romantic-comedy complete with soda jerks.

Let your Little Light Shine

The Jewish Community Center Without Walls announces a Hanukkah Gospel Brunch

Christkindlmarkt at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church to benefit Community Center Programs

A dazzling array of Christmas gift items awaits visitors at the Community Center of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church during its sixth annual Christmas Market, or Christkindlmarkt, on Dec. 4, 5,...

Mark your Calendar

Mark your calendar for this year’s beloved Holiday Festival of Lights at James Island County Park! With an estimated two million shimmering lights over a three-mile loop, Charleston’s...


Latest Videos
On Vacation

On Vacation with the Moultrie News

Kate Smith, Tara Duke, and Teresa Venuto took the Moultrrie News to visit the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain.

Upcoming Events

Moultrie News

© 2015 Moultrie News an Evening Post Industries company. All Rights Reserved.

Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Service, Privacy Policy and Parental Consent Form.