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Break a board for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital

Friday, May 27, 4:33 a.m.

The crack of boards breaking will help St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital this Saturday, May 21 from 9 a.m. to noon in Mount Pleasant. The fifth annual “Break-a-thon”.

MPBA awards scholarships

Thursday, May 26, 3:04 p.m.


Renters beware - Tenant fraud is prevalent

Thursday, May 26, 2:45 p.m.

A Mount Pleasant couple said they were duped recently by a serial scam artist who they allowed to rent their home.


Francis Marion and Sumter forests get interim supervisor

Thursday, May 26, 1:55 p.m.

Southern Region Regional Forester Tony Tooke has named Cherie Hamilton as interim forest supervisor of the Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests (FMS) in South Carolina. Hamilton will step in...

Southern Season opens smaller ‘Taste’ store Thursday in downtown Charleston

Southern Season will open its new smaller-format Taste of Southern Season store in downtown Charleston at 10 a.m. Thursday. The 2,000+-square-foot shop is located at 139-A Market Street.

American Red Cross of Lowcountry announces new board member

The American Red Cross of the Lowcountry SC is excited to announce that Dave Miller has joined the board of directors. Miller brings 22 years of experience working in blood services in the US Army...


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.

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...

2016 Man and Woman of the Year campaign raises $332,000 for blood cancers

Over the past ten weeks our Charleston honored heroes Rachel Darling, age 9, and Tyler Darling, age 17, have been spreading an extremely important message: “You can help create a world without...


East Cooper Community Outreach presents client choice farmers market

New initiative to improve healthy food options for clients


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.

UNCW pulls off extra-inning win over James Madison in CAA opener (Video)

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. — UNC Wilmington baseball coach Mark Scalf peered down at his lineup card with the game tied in the bottom of the 10th inning and knew the time had come.

Cougars blast William & Mary; Top-seeded UNCW awaits

Bailey Ober pitched into the ninth leading the sixth-seeded College of Charleston baseball team to a 7-2 win over No. 2 William & Mary on Thursday at Patriots Point in the Colonial Athletic...


RiverDogs top Augusta for SAL-leading 30th win

The RiverDogs became the first to reach 30 wins in the South Atlantic League and started out a weeklong road trip with a 3-1 victory over the Augusta GreenJackets on Thursday night at Lake Olmstead...


Citadel falls to top-seeded Mercer in Day 2 of SoCon tourney

The Citadel baseball team was handed its first loss in the Southern Conference Tournament, 13-1, by top-seeded Mercer on Wednesday afternoon.

Between the Stacks - Prizes abound for avid summer readers

Get ready to dust off your sports gear and break in a new pair of tennis shoes, because this year’s summer reading is all about sports, health and fitness. Along with puppet and magic shows,...

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...

Special needs Swim Night returns in June

After-hours waterpark event for guests with special needs

The Black Pupil: Educated Against All Odds Saturday, May 28

The Charleston Gospel Choir is pleased to present its The Black Pupil: Educated Against All Odds, The Epic Story of How Black Educators Triumphed, Saturday, May 28 at Saint Matthew’s Lutheran...


4th Wall Presents: Visual Alchemy: Afrofuturism Cedric Umoja, Krigga & Roni Nicole Henderson

Opening June 9, 2016 – 5:30-9 p.m.


Sol Driven Train performs with Fowlers Mustache at Party at the Point June 3

Ear for Music, 98 Rock, The Bridge 105.5 and Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina present the 16th season of Party at the Point

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