One of America’s longest-serving mayors returns to his roots

Friday, February 12, 2:29 p.m.

Former Mayor of Charleston, Joseph P. Riley, Jr., begins tenure at The Citadel

Cold shelter open this weekend

Friday, February 12, 1:29 p.m.

Due to the cold weather forecast the Hibben UMC Emergency Cold Shelter (HECS) at 690 Coleman Blvd, Mt. Pleasant will be open Saturday, February 13; and Sunday, February 14, 2016. Warmer temperatures...

Dine With Sal Group sells properties to focus on the bigger picture

Thursday, February 11, 12:33 p.m.

For the first time in 16 years, Sal Parco slept in until 9 a.m. He didn’t have to go into his diner, The Boulevard Diner, because it had officially been closed and sold.

CARTA to host quartet of public meetings on system review

Thursday, February 11, 2:55 p.m.

CARTA will hold a series of public meetings in February related to a recently-completed Comprehensive Operations Analysis (COA) of the system conducted by partner organization Berkeley, Charleston,...

Places Real Estate adds four

Places Real Estate, a prominent real estate company that specializes in signature residential properties in the Mount Pleasant, East Islands, West Ashley, James Island, Johns Island and Downtown...

Charleston surgeon elected president of national society

Charleston’s own Kerry D. Solomon, M.D., has been elected to the prestigious position of the President of the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) for 2016. Elected by...

Talbots Joins forces with O, The Oprah Magazine

Limited-edition “O Capsule Collection for Talbots” to raise money for Dress for Success

William Means agent attends prestigious conference

William Means Real Estate agent Michelle McQuillan joined with other affiliates of Christie’s International Real Estate for a global networking event in January in Jackson Hole, Wyo.

Water’s Edge celebrates four years

Water’s Edge Restaurant on Shem Creek is once again partnering with Carolina Children’s Charity to celebrate the business’ anniversary. This year marks the fourth annual Oyster...

Adaptive Expeditions hosts yoga classes

Adaptive Expeditions, Charleston’s Paralympic Sports Club, is excited to announce that is has received additional funding to offer a second ten week adaptive yoga series for individuals who...

Children’s Museum to Host PNC PLAY Day on Friday, Feb. 12

The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry (CML), thanks to PNC Foundation, will host the fourth of seven PNC PLAY Days of the 2015-2016 school year tomorrow, Feb. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. The...

Community Calendar

The Wando Job Fair will be held from 12:15 - 2:15 p.m Feb. 18 in the Wando High School Gymnasium.

Charleston’s Roy Barth receives highest honor from USTA Southern

Roy Barth, of Charleston, South Carolina, was presented the USTA Southern’s 2015 Jacobs Bowl at its annual meeting this month. The highest award presented by the USTA Southern, the Jacobs Bowl.

Citadel picked 7th in SoCon; Meet the Bulldogs rescheduled

Two Citadel baseball players earned preseason all-conference honors from a team picked to finish tied for seventh in the Southern Conference by league coaches.

Academic Magnet cracks SCBCA rankings

Academic Magnet cracked the S.C. Basketball Coaches Association Top 10 rankings this week, appearing at No. 10 in Class AA.

Local preps to compete in Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship

Four local high schoolers will compete in a field of 90 junior golfers in the inaugural Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship this weekend at TPC Myrtle Beach.

No more transit service cuts - ever

Recently, Best Friends of Lowcountry Transit and Hungryneck Straphangers decided 10 years of cuts to Lowcountry transit service is too much. They announced to their 500 supporters that they’re...

Get ready for spring with experts from the library

February brings with it the promise of warmer weather. Around now, I am usually ready to get out of my house and into my yard. I don’t have much of a “green thumb,” but I try. I...

Letters to the Editor

A recent letter to the editor contains many innuendos couched in words like “there is a perception” or “it would seem prudent” in explaining what really are disappointing...

Parrotheads party with a purpose

“Mother, mother ocean, I have heard you call,” the Lowcountry Parrothead members sing out as they sway to the music. They are an interesting cross-section of people who have come...

UPDATE - Butcher & Bee second night market postponed due to weather

The Butcher & Bee Night Bazaar has been postponed due to the arctic cold front blasting through Charleston this weekend. Temperatures are expected to be as low as 20 degrees Saturday evening.

College of Charleston to Host “Yes, I’m a Feminist”

The Yes! I’m a Feminist event returns to the College of Charleston as a fundraiser for the Women’s and Gender Studies program. The free event will take place in the Cistern Yard on...

The South Carolina Ballet is bringing Aladdin to North Charleston for one night only

South Carolina Ballet presents the premiere of Aladdin for one night only on Feb. 13. Join Aladdin and Jasmine on their magic carpet and journey as we turn the North Charleston Performing Arts Center...


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