Green Wave drops Stags

Saturday, September 3, 10:04 a.m.

The momentum the Stags built with a win over Stratford in Week 1 didn’t help them in their road trip in Week 2.

Moncks Corner native dances at Rio opening ceremonies

Saturday, September 3, 10:00 a.m.

A Moncks Corner woman who claims to have two left feet found herself dancing at the opening of the Olympic Games in Rio.

Experts question procedure in animal investigation

Saturday, September 3, 10:08 a.m.

A deer skeleton with a leash around its neck, a sick reptile missing three of four legs, rabbits dead in cages, a horse head and hooves, and several dead dogs are among the horrors discovered at a...

Two men who reported home invasion arrested after deputies find stolen goods, drugs

Saturday, September 3, 10:03 a.m.

Two Goose Creek men who reported being victims of a home invasion Aug. 30 have been arrested.

Wolves stave off Cross upset bid

Given the history of the Timberland-Cross series, Thursday’s final score seems out of place.

Olympia Gymnasts preparing for national competition

Along Highway 52 in Moncks Corner there sits a mostly unremarkable building. Most locals pass by it without giving it a second thought, and most don’t know is what is happening inside that...

Stags cross country teams out of gate

The Berkeley High School cross country teams are off and running the trails this fall.

Smith leading SJCA resurgence

What a difference a year makes.

Education briefs: 31,777 students at county public schools

Berkeley County public school students returned to school Aug. 15. By the fourth day of school, the district announced it has 31,777 kindergarten through 12th grade students and has hired 378 new...

An easier A: Students will be graded on 10-point scale

In an effort to help Berkeley County’s public school students to match up to neighboring school district students and national students, the school board has unanimously passed a policy...

Historic preservation major got enriching summer experience at Berkeley County Museum and Heritage Center

Anna Harkins is a student at the College of Charleston and this summer she has been applying her major to gain the experience and knowledge that may pay off after graduation.

Wesley AME collecting water for flood relief

The Lucinda R. Snider Women’s Missionary Society at Wesley AME is sponsoring a bottled water drive to help victims of the Louisianan flood.

Local church food bank makes food available to senior citizens in need

The Church of God of Prophecy on Church of God Road has its food bank open 5:30-7:30 p.m. every third Thursday evening. The church takes applications for senior citizens 60 years and older with a...

We should be looking beyond the elections

Let me start out this week by saying thanks to all those people who expressed their appreciation and encouragement to me recently for the wonderful and informative articles printed in the Berkeley...

Guest Column

SC must shed idea of corruption as inevitable

Recently, I was talking with a woman who lives in Columbia and works with government contracting on the local, state and national level. She is a very accomplished professional who has built a...

Guest Column

American dream is on life support

What is the American Dream? Does it even exist anymore? What became of the idea that “you can be anything that you want to be?”

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