People to Watch: Former deejay has gone to the dogs

Saturday, October 1, 11:32 a.m.

Twenty-five years ago, shock jock Michael D ruled Lowcountry airwaves with humor and gags. These days, he’s barking a different tune with labradoodles and chihuahuas.

Mayor Tecklenburg and local jazz artists to play for prisoners

Saturday, October 1, 10:43 a.m.

Jazz Artists of Charleston (JAC) has created a new community service program called Jazz in the Joint, a project that brings live jazz music to the inmates of jails and prisons throughout South...

Support group gets tips from physical therapist

Saturday, October 1, 10:36 a.m.

On Saturday, Sept. 17 at East Cooper Medical Center, Dr. Marilyn Swygert, PT, DPT, MBS, a physical therapist with more than 30 years practice, met with the Lowcountry S.C. Myasthenia Support Group.

Jenkins family’s relationship with Children’s Hospital comes full circle

Friday, September 30, 3:04 p.m.

Shawn Jenkins carries eight pages of paper with him wherever he goes.

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Restaurant association appoints new board members

The Greater Charleston Restaurant Association, Inc. (GCRA) has appointed a new board of directors, selecting three industry veterans to serve as president, vice president and secretary/treasurer.

JEAR Logistics to expand in Mount Pleasant to the tune of $2.8 million investment, 152 new jobs

JEAR Logistics LLC, a third-party logistics company headquartered in Charleston County, is expanding its existing operations. The project is expected to result in $2.8 million investment and create...

Carolina One agent leads networking at Realtor conference

Bobette Fisher, with Carolina One Real Estate’s Mount Pleasant Highway 17 North office recently served as networking chairperson of the S.C. Association of Realtors (SCAR) annual conference.

Mount Pleasant business expo another success

The 2016 Mount Pleasant Business and Community Expo was a huge success, according to Mount Pleasant Business Association President Chris Staubes. The exhibit hall was packed, and the atmosphere...

Dee Norton Children’s Center teams up with Boeing efficiency experts

This summer, The Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center (DNLCC) teamed up with Lane Ballard, DNLCC board member and Boeing vice president of materials and manufacturing technology, and Walter.

Snowden Community Association chooses board

The Snowden Community Civic Association, Inc., located at 485 William Ladson Road in Mount Pleasant has chosen its 2016-17 board of directors:

The Charleston Center for Jewish Life is open in Mt. Pleasant

The Charleston Center for Jewish Life had its grand opening on Sunday, Sept. 25 in Mount Pleasant. The event was attended by hundreds of participants, including South Carolina dignitaries Mayor John...

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 to 4:30 p.m. This event is open to the public and is a time for any interested dancers and their families to...

People to Watch: Davon Gilliard ‘Can’t Stop Training’

It’s not yet 7 a.m., but the sound of a basketball pounding the hardwood echoes like an alarm clock ringing through the empty gymnasium.

Wando pounds James Island for second straight region win

When former Wando running back Kevin Brown graduated last year, Warriors head coach Jimmy Noonan wondered if his offense would be able to be as balanced as in the past.

Oceanside outpaced at Northwood

Northwood Academy quarterback Nolan Lytchfield tossed five touchdown passes in the first half as the Chargers built all the momentum they needed to roll by first-year program Oceanside Academy 38-19...

Porter-Gaud rallies past First Baptist in second half

JAMES ISLAND — Porter-Gaud coach Rick Reetz said just enough and the Cyclones’ leadership handled the rest.

Dive into the world of historical true crime

Our patrons at the library often ask, “Where are the true crime books?” Fiction mysteries are popular and often full of violence and murder, but it’s a little different to read...

Ask Liz - Should you leave a job if it makes you unhappy?

First a birthday shout-out to my 2-year-old, youngest grandson Zion. I think spending time with grandkids can stop the aging process. At least for the moment, if you let yourself savor it. Makes me...

Letters to the Editor

I’m responding to “Blatant misinformation” from the Sept. 14 edition of Moultrie News. Alex and Laura Kasman have strong beliefs in the integrity of IPCC scientists involved in...

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,”.

50K Ultramarathon set for November 19 at Laurel Hill County Park

Charleston County Parks’ ultra-distance race returns for its second year

Teamphoria sponsors first-ever DisruptHR Charleston event

Now is the time for human resource professionals and business leaders in the Lowcountry to take advantage of innovative strategies and initiatives to revamp their workplace. Teamphoria, a leader in...

Charleston Jazz Orchestra announces it’s Season 9 concert line up

The Charleston Jazz Orchestra (CJO) announces SEASON 9 beginning February 18, 2017. The powerful 18-piece big band orchestra will perform a line-up of concerts specially selected by its fans from...


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