Fall is officially here, and we are already getting some cooler weather.
Last month’s surge in COVID-19 cases showed that children are vulnerable to the virus.
Organizations are working to raise awareness about the impact of stillbirth during Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.
It’s been a long time coming, but the new two-story Student Life Center on the campus of Palmetto Christian Academy in Mount Pleasant finally opened this school year.
The first phase of Mount Pleasant’s newest workforce housing complex is almost complete. This means several teachers, healthcare workers, hospitality staff and supermarket employees will soon …
Students at Moultrie Middle School will soon be able to observe a butterfly garden and learn more about flowers that are beneficial to pollinators due to the new plants in the school’s courtyard.
In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 100 percent of proceeds from the Third Annual Pink Promenade Catwalk + Cocktails set for Oct. 16 at Mt Pleasant Towne Centre will benefit the Roper St. Francis Foundation Breast Cancer Program.
Fall is officially here and to celebrate the season, Mount Pleasant Towne Centre invites all ghouls, ghosts and pets in disguise to kick off the festivities at the annual Fall Festival on Satu…
Wando High School girls JV tennis won its second United States Tennis Association South Carolina Junior Varsity State Invitational by defeating Bishop England at the Lexington County Tennis Complex.
The Charleston County Auditor’s Office began mailing annual property tax bills the first week of October. Bills are due to the Treasurer’s Office by January 18, 2022.
DHEC does not issue vaccine exemptions of any kind for adults.
Nine years separate two ceremonial football passes thrown to two boys. By coincidence, it turned out the two boys are brothers.
John Wright is running for the position of Mount Pleasant Waterworks Commissioner.
During National Hispanic Heritage Month, we acknowledge the many contributions Latino and Hispanic Americans have made to the United States in society, economically, and culturally.
The McClellanville Fleet exhibition features shrimp trawlers and their captains currently working from the McClellanville waterfront.
This year marks the first time both Corps of Cadets from The Citadel and Virginia Military Institute (VMI) are led by regimental commanders who are women.
Injuries, infection, chronic medical conditions and even wearing shoes that are too tight can be the source of ankle pain. Depending on the cause, the pain may feel like a sharp, tingling, sho…
Artist and activist, mom and grandmother, businesswoman and much more, Cheryl German, has spent most of her life in Mount Pleasant. She grew up in the Old Village. Her roots are deep as part o…
In 1869, seven women in Mount Pleasant, Iowa who were passionate about advanced opportunities for women gathered for the first PEO meeting.
Saturday morning at the Stokes-Marshall Senior Center was not a quiet one. Upbeat music and synchronized drumming echoed from the fitness studio during the energetic, new class: cardio drumming.
Some passions never go away. After nearly 40 years in the sport, Juliana Nievergelt from Mount Pleasant hasn’t been able to shake off her itch to compete in Ironman events on the world stage.
The Grind for Life series, a nationally recognized street and bowl skateboarding contest, will be held on Oct. 2 from 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at SK8 Charleston.
G.M. Whitley declared her candidacy for Mount Pleasant Town Council. She seeks reelection in order to continue to support and enhance quality of life in the community.
Academic Magnet High School’s Raptors Boys Cross Country team continued its strong season with a win over Phillip Simmons and Hanahan high schools on Sept. 15 at Wannamaker County Park in Nort…
Chinch bugs are easy to kill once identified, however, on the down side, they have a tendency to keep coming back.
Gary Davis, a member of the Mount Pleasant Planning Commission since 2019, announced his candidacy for Mount Pleasant Town Council.
The Charleston County Board of Elections and Voter Registration is in need of additional poll workers for the municipal elections on November 2.
The Mount Pleasant Police Department is recruiting citizens to enroll in the upcoming Mount Pleasant Citizen’s Police Academy beginning Sept. 30.
Breakthrough cases of COVID that lead to serious health issues are still quite rare.
East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO) has been selected as a regional finalist for the 2022 Chick-fil-A True Inspiration Awards grant.
Acting United States Attorney M. Rhett DeHart announced that a joint team of more than 200 federal, state, and local law enforcement officers arrested nine individuals.
The Mount Pleasant Police Department is hosting their rescheduled National Night out on Tuesday, Oct. 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park.
The Town of Mount Pleasant's mayor, Will Haynie, together with the Mount Pleasant Culture, Arts & Pride Commission regularly introduces new art works to the Town Hall. At the end of August…
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum will offer visitors access to this year’s Admiral Nimitz Foundation Virtual Symposium hosted by the National Museum of the Pacific War.
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Lee Dittrich recently announced his candidacy for Mount Pleasant Town Council.
The dog days of summer may be soon over, but dogs in Mount Pleasant had a chance to soak up the sun at Splash Island Waterpark on a warm September morning.
Retired Navy veteran, Jason Daley, is running for a seat on the Mount Pleasant Town Council.
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum is now operating under an adjusted seasonal schedule.
The Internal Revenue Service received a record number of complaints about economic impact payment scams in June and July 2021 not seen in more than a decade.
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum is partnering with the 9/11 Silent Walk to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. A Remembrance Ceremony will take…
Several CCPL branches have added an extra hour of operation on Fridays.
Maple Street Biscuit Company and the Marion Marauders Society are hosting a "Spirit Night" Sept. 9th at the Maple Street Biscuit Company’s Mount Pleasant location in the Queensboro Shopping Ce…
The Citadel will hold a 9/11 Memorial Carillon Concert on Saturday, Sept. 11 which will be played throughout the day.
Two women-owned businesses, Hermosa Jewelry and Brown Fox Coffee, are celebrating the four-year anniversary of their Mount Pleasant shops.
Having trouble with your garden?
Looking for some entertainment? Mount Pleasant Parks and Recreation offers several great activities this Saturday.
The Moultrie News would like to thank their partners in the Moultrie News” Readers Choice Best of the Best Party. Thank you Belva’s Flower Shop, Bottles Beverage Superstore, Charleston Bay Gou…
Lowcountry community, we are about to celebrate the 18th Annual Carolina Children’s Charity Run/Walk extravaganza to support our local children in need.
When word got around that Patty Speights Field, a community field in the Old Village, was going to be transformed into a temporary lot for construction equipment, neighbors sprinted into action.