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USS Yorktown and Laffey join forces to be named Best Museum Ship

Tuesday, June 28, 1:16 p.m.

The two ships have been named finalists in competition among 188 historic vessels

Local Daughters of American Revolution attend 125th Continental Congress

Tuesday, June 28, 10:14 a.m.


Mount Pleasant Fire Chief offers fireworks safety tips

Tuesday, June 28, 9:54 a.m.

The Mount Pleasant Fire Department is urging residents and visitors to stay safe during the summer holidays with fireworks safety tips.


The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson: Going for a world record and spreading the message about learning to swim at Charleston County waterparks

Tuesday, June 28, 8:54 a.m.

On Friday, June 24, 2016, tens of thousands of kids and adults at aquatic facilities around the world united for the seventh year in a row in an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record™.

Senior living community on its way for Mt. Pleasant

Liberty Senior Living, a division of Liberty Healthcare Group, has received approval for a luxury retirement community in Mount Pleasant. South Bay at Mount Pleasant will be built on approximately 27.

Business Kudos

Showhomes announced the appointment of Joanna Gonzalez as Operations Manager. Formerly the company’s Builder Liaison, Mrs. Gonzalez will also now be responsible for Showhomes’...


Discount lighting showroom opens on Clements Ferry Road

Jan Clouse, owner of Carolina Lanterns and Lighting on Chuck Dawley Boulevard has expanded her business and her reach.


Business Kudos

Mount Pleasant Attorney Dennis E. O’Neill has been reappointed chief municipal court judge for Seabrook Island by the mayor and members of town council. O’Neill, 63, began his service...

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.

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...


Soccer camp coming to Park West

Mount Pleasant SC: Mount Pleasant Recreation Department has partnered with Nottingham Forest FC in the Community to host a week-long summer soccer camp at the Park West Recreation Complex (1251 Park...

MPRD Spotlight: June 8

The Moultrie News and Mount Pleasant Recreation Department (MPRD) team up each week to feature a local track or cross-country athlete from east of the Cooper River in the MPRD Spotlight.

Wag's Way: Wofford & UNC Charlotte UPDATED

This week started in Spartanburg at Wofford. I headed up to UNC Charlotte for the weekend and, on Sunday, continued on to Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va. It's the first time this summer that I've...


Charleston skate park nearing completion

A skater’s dream first proposed in 2009 is finally concrete. Literally — 32,000 square feet of it.


RiverDogs falter late against Greenville

The Charleston RiverDogs have dropped four of their first five games since returning from the all-star break.

Horticulture Hotline - A magic trick to cast away fairy rings

After many recent calls about mushrooms the last few weeks, I want to update a question someone asked me over 10 years ago.

Letters to the Editor

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

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...


Charleston International Music School announces summer performance schedule

Mount Pleasant-based Charleston International Music School (CIMS) opens its 2016 Summer Program on June 16. Students and faculty from several states and foreign countries come together to study and...

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