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Teeming with opportunity - School and community garden opens up at Daniel Island School

Wednesday, May 25, 6:04 a.m.

Not long ago, Jacqueline Gowe lived in a townhouse, and on her porch she had pots filled with geraniums, basil, parsley and a flurry of other greenery.

East Cooper Community Outreach presents client choice farmers market

Wednesday, May 25, 8:51 a.m.

New initiative to improve healthy food options for clients


Dunkin’ Donuts Sweetens National Nurses Week with Midnight Treats at Medical University of South Carolina

Wednesday, May 25, 8:39 a.m.

Dunkin’ Donuts put the “sprinkles on top” of National Nurses Week at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) on the night of Thursday, May 12 by honoring all of the...


Special needs Swim Night returns in June

Tuesday, May 24, 10:30 a.m.

After-hours waterpark event for guests with special needs

Courcoux Joins Carolina One

Mount Pleasant native Lauren DeLuca Courcoux has decided to adapt the management and personnel skills she acquired in the food and beverage industry to a career in real estate. Courcoux has recently.

The real Estate Studio showcases work of local artists

The Real Estate Studio is pleased to host a show by local artists John Gaulden, Laura Melonas Dagan, Flo Ulrich, and Ximena Ruiz all represented by Charleston Art Brokers.


Kattler joins AgentOwned

Jennifer Kattler has joined the Mount Pleasant office of AgentOwned Realty. Kattler has relocated from the Bay Area in California where she was in Biotech Sales for over 10 years.


Business Kudos

Crescent Mortgage Company

IOP Exchange Club donates to Florence Crittenton Home

April was Child Abuse Prevention Month and on April 29, two members of the Isle of Palms Exchange Club’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Committee—Barbara Harrington and Ralph...

Go a day without hearing

A child’s laughter. Birds singing. A favorite song on the radio. They’re all simple sounds we likely take for granted each day.


Community Calendar

Please reserve Wednesday, May 25 to attend the dinner honoring veterans from the Vietnam War era. The dinner is free and all members of Post 0136 are invited. The event will start at 5 p.m. at the...


Artist Guild awards scholarship

The Mount Pleasant Artists Guild awarded Nan Catherine McCully, a visual artist, the 2016 annual Art Scholarship Award. The scholarship committee, chaired by Tracy Gansrow with Nancy Rinn and Ann...

Wando defense smothers at Warriors’ Spring Game

For a team that’s typically relied on its offense the past few years, a strong showing by the Wando defense was a welcomed twist in the Warriors’ annual Spring Game on Monday.

RiverDogs blast West Virginia, 10-2

The Charleston RiverDogs put on a hitting extravaganza, piling 10 runs on West Virginia to take game one of the three game series, 10-2, in front of 5,072 at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park Monday night.


Stingrays fall in OT; Decisive Game 7 looms

The Eastern Conference Finals will come down to a winner-take-all Game 7 Tuesday night.


MPRD Chelsea U11 completes undefeated season

Mount Pleasant Recreation Department Chelsea U11 completed an undefeated season in the South Carolina Youth Soccer Coastal League this spring.

Letters to the Editor

“The debate is settled,” says Obama. You can bet that when anyone says the climate debate is over, the issue has become political. I’m already a skeptic when today’s...

Not so old guys at 34 West

34 West Theater offers up their newest comedy THE OLD GUYS, June 3-18 at their intimate downtown venue. Co-founders, writers, directors, actors, and bartenders of

Charleston Spiritual Ensemble at 2016 Piccolo Spoleto Jews & Blacks: Parallels of Our Past Saturday, June 4

The Charleston Spiritual Ensemble, a 35-member vocal group focusing on traditional African-American spirituals, performs at the 2016 Piccolo Spoleto Festival Saturday, June 4 with a unique musical...


The College of Charleston’s special collections opens “Porgy and Bess” Exhibit

Exhibit coincides with the release of a new book, “Porgy and Bess: A Charleston Story” and public lecture on May 31, 2016


Teen theatre troupe, Musical Theatre Center performs Lion King

Teen theatre troupe, Musical Theatre Center, will benefit Project Okurase during its run of The Lion King at Footlight Players Theatre; a 2 p.m. May 22nd show has been added by audience demand. Also,...

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