Trident United Way and partner SC Thrive’s free tax filing portal is now open and Tri-County residents could potentially save hundreds by using the service.

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Starting March 1 through March 12 the contractor will close one lane at a time at the entrance to Park West Swim & Tennis Club and Conant Road for the installation of the roadway subgrade …

Before talking about composting and similar topics let me share a little story. I have these bells on my backdoor knob that hang down from a rope-like material, and when my now 18-year-old pou…

Mount Pleasant residents are invited to free virtual community crafting events. This is an opportunity to connect over video while dealing with COVID-19 restrictions. Supplies are included for…

The Constitution Essay Contest gives young students and adult writers the opportunity to explore the first amendment and discuss freedom of speech in the context of the Constitution. First-time Constitution Essay judge, Barney Blakeney, said this experience allows contestants to gain knowledge they can carry on throughout their lives.

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The Mount Pleasant Recreation Department will host its inaugural Sweetgrass Half Marathon race on May 22 beginning and ending at the Park West Recreation Complex in Mount Pleasant.

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The Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission introduces a new four-part discussion series on Feb. 25 called Black History All Year Long: Focus on Women. The role, impact, and unique …

The following students earned the distinction of Faculty Honors for Fall 2020 at the Georgia Institute of Technology. This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have earned a 4.…

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The Mount Pleasant Police Department received complaints that illegitimate calls are being made on behalf of "Captain Martin" from scammers who are asking for money. However, MPPD reminds citi…

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Charitable giving grew by nearly 8 percent during the third quarter of 2020 over 2019 according to the Fundraising Effectiveness Project’s 2020 Third Quarter Report, which is administered by t…

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Resilience was the resounding theme of the 2020 Mount Pleasant State of the Town Address. Mayor Will Haynie and councilmembers shared last year’s triumphs in the midst of hardships, while prov…

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Palmetto Presbyterian Church invites the greater Mount Pleasant community to share a Path of Remembrance during the season of Lent which runs from Wed., Feb. 17 until just before to Easter Sun…

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) invites teens from communities across the Southeast to apply for FEMA’s National Youth Preparedness Council. The Council provides an opportunity …

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Medical director and owner Dr. Christopher DiOrio, along with Mount Pleasant Council Member Kathy Landing, and Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce Director of Development Rebecca Imholz, recent…

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It’s that magical time of year when your local librarian’s thoughts turn toward... birds. Yes, birds. You didn’t misread that. If you’re confused, don’t worry; I can explain.

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Charleston County Public Library (CCPL) has been ranked among the top libraries in the U.S. in Library Journal’s Index of Public Library Service (Index). CCPL received a three-star rating in i…

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Lowcountry Landscapes provides a place for our readers to share a photo of the beautiful places in our area. We are looking for natural landscapes, harbors, beaches, buildings, parks, bridges,…

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