The event had an outdoor concert feel to it with blankets, lawn chairs and picnic coolers scattered throughout. But the opening act ended early and the headliner bailed out.
It’s just another day for an alligator trolling the shoreline along the Tailrace Canal in Berkeley County, as Kenny York and Kathryn Youngers look on before starting their eclipse day on a 21 foot pontoon boat.
As eclipse day 2017 gets closer the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office is preparing for a hurricane evacuation-like response to deal with the traffic issues.
There is an important eclipse bulletin for lake boaters spending Monday on the water in Berkeley County. The Pinopolis Lock will be closed Monday afternoon from 1:15 p.m. until 4:15 p.m.
Thousands of people are heading to the Lowcountry for the eclipse but when all of those eyes turn to the sky will the eclipse even be visible?
History buffs can check out some artifacts from past solar eclipses in a South Carolina Historical Society exhibit on display through Tuesday.
The total solar eclipse of 2017 is nearly here – and so are the daily late-afternoon summer rains that darken the sky regardless of once-in-a-lifetime celestial events.
The Eclipse in South Carolina
Home Telecom, an integrated communications provider headquartered in Moncks Corner, will donate its gigabit internet technology to the Town of Moncks Corner in support of Palmetto Scholars Academy, one of three student research teams from South Carolina, participating in the national Solar E…
Trident Medical Center is donating eclipse glasses to the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department.
There has been a lot of talk about the once-in-a-lifetime solar eclipse taking place Aug. 21; a large part is about eye safety. Local optometrists are getting some questions about what to wear and what could happen.
Berkeley and Dorchester county and town governments announced closures Wednesday related to the upcoming solar eclipse.
The eclipse that will darken the sky on the afternoon of Aug. 21 promises to be a spectacular event -- if it’s not raining.
The solar eclipse everyone is talking about is still a few weeks away and law enforcement is already taking some proactive steps to make sure the crowds along its path do not get out of hand—even on the water.
Aug. 21 is approaching. Are you ready?
In about three months, the sun’s corona will illuminate a slightly-darkened sky over Moncks Corner.