Plasma from whole blood donations made through the American Red Cross that test positive for COVID-19 antibodies may now help current coronavirus patients in need of convalescent plasma transf…
The Lonon Foundation, a Charleston nonprofit that provides resources to children affected by their parent or caregiver's cancer, is excited to announce that their annual fundraising event, Hik…
The Elks National Foundation is proud to announce the 2021 Most Valuable Student scholarship contest.
East Cooper Medical Center celebrated the first day of fall with three adorable newborns.
The town is urging its residents this hurricane season to prepare more diligently than ever as the nation continues to wade through the varying effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Boone Hall Fright Nights has the reputation as South Carolina’s largest multi-attraction haunted event. So event organizers faced the questions other large scale events have been facing as far as what can be done safely in this most unusual year for everybody.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety announces that September 20-26 is national Child Passenger Safety Week and encourages parents to take advantage of the resources and information shared to ensure their children are buckled up and riding safely.
Trident United Way and its funded partners say the needs are still great as the community is dealing with the impact of COVID-19.
Charleston County School District is ahead of the national average in SAT scores.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District has awarded the fourth and fifth dredging construction contracts for the Charleston Harbor Post 45 Deepening Project.
South Carolina deer hunters are reminded that the following regulation was put in place last year, impacting the use of natural deer lures and attractants in South Carolina.
The Lowcountry Food Bank announced that it received a $125,000 donation from Publix Super Markets Charities last week to help feed Lowcountry neighbors who struggle with hunger.
Mount Pleasant Police and Fire Departments recognized the 2,977 victims killed in the terrorist attacks launched against the United States 19 years ago.
On September 11, they walked over the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge and held a special ceremony at Mount Pleasant Town Hall.
The Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative Board of Directors has approved two new members.
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Athleta and Mount Pleasant Towne Centre have partnered to host a virtual Fall SWEAT + Wellness Series.
Guests are invited to attend any of the free virtual fitness classes to be hosted via Zoom, every Wednesday through Oct. 28 at 6 p.m.
Starting Monday, Sept. 21, the Junior League of Charleston Diaper Bank will be hosting a virtual diaper drive in conjunction with National Diaper Need Awareness Week. Diaper Need Awareness Wee…
Charleston County Government’s Assessor’s Office will mail approximately 190,500 real property and mobile home notices to implement a required county-wide real property reassessment. County st…
The Wild Dunes Yacht Club conducted its annual Change of Command on Sept. 12 at the Sewee Preserve in Mount Pleasant.
The Mount Pleasant Recreation Department is hoping to help balance the deficiencies by starting a physical education class for children ages 5-11 that meets once a week in Park West. The afternoon class is designed for distance learners but is open to anyone.
HALOS, a tri-county nonprofit that supports kinship caregivers, recognizes the tremendous sacrifices that grandparents, relatives, and friends make in order to keep children out of foster care…
The State of South Carolina is one of four jurisdictions nationwide chosen to participate in a new child welfare program.
Six boys from Scout Troop 20 in Mount Pleasant held their Eagle Ceremony in July in an outdoor ceremony.
On Sept.10, Charleston County Consolidated 9-1-1 Center will add a recorded announcement citizens will hear when calling 9-1-1. The announcement, which replaces the ringing a caller would normally hear, will let citizens know that their call has been received and ask them not to hang up the phone.
During National Preparedness Month, the Red Cross of South Carolina encourages everyone, especially older adults, to get ready for emergencies.
Trident United Way is proud to announce Steve Polston has been chosen as the new board chair, succeeding Fleetwood Hassell.
Grant funding is now available for the replacement or upgrade of older diesel vehicles, engines, and equipment to help reduce diesel emissions and improve air quality in South Carolina.
The South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Care Center recently transported a rare, never-before-seen species of hatchling back to the coast.
The 5-foot-tall hatchling is made of over 20,000 LEGO pieces and took more than 80 hours to build.
Rawle Murdy (RM) announces its new partnership with Turning Leaf, a 501(c)(3) organization that exists to keep men out of prison.
The First Annual Catch ‘Em for a Cause tournament brought more than 70 anglers across South Carolina coastal waters for a day of fishing to benefit the Carolina Youth Development Center (CYDC) and Vantage Point Foundation (VPF).
Camp Happy Days is excited to announce its first ever virtual FUNdraiser this September to support Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.
After careful consideration and to safeguard the community from the spread of COVID-19, the Town of Mount Pleasant has made the difficult decision to cancel the 33rd Annual Children’s Day Fest…
To help holiday travelers, the South Carolina Department of Transportation prohibits lane closures on interstate highways for non-emergency highway work during the Labor Day holiday travel period.
September is Kinship Care Month.
If one thing is certain during this year, we could all benefit from spending a little more time outdoors. It is no secret that our mental and physical health is benefited from getting outside,…
Sullivan’s Island Town Council voted unanimously on Tuesday night to remove restrictions related to COVID-19 that have forbid lounging on the town’s beaches since May.
The U.S. Coast Guard is conducting a five-minute online survey to assess the East Coast Shallow Draft Waterway Systems. The study will help the Coast Guard to determine the Aids to Navigation …
Samuel Mayhew travels from New Orleans to Mount Pleasant for two weeks ever summer to visit his grandparents and uncle with his pet, Tank the Tortoise, in tow. This summer as Mayhew’s trip was…
That BIG Book Sale originally slated for Oct. 9-11 at the Omar Shrine has been postponed and tentatively rescheduled for May 27-30, 2021 due to COVID-19.
WakeUp Carolina, Mount Pleasant Police Department and The Charleston Center will hold the 2nd annual 'Light the Way for Hope' event on Aug. 31 at 7 p.m.
The virtual event, held on International Overdose Awareness Day, is a time for the community to reflect on ending drug overdose and remember loved ones that have died from drug overdose. Family and friends can submit the name/photo of their loved one to be honored at the remembrance vigil by it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Todd Boccabella and Terrell Braly can already see it all from the middle of this deserted plot of concrete. The ticket takers here, the food trucks over there, the stage in front, and of cours…
As the Daniel Island Rotary Club’s ducks are in quarantine, the need for your support is greater than ever this year.
The South Carolina Aquarium’s 5th Annual Turtle Trek 5K will be held virtually in October.
Among the colorful collection of things Danny Causey keeps is a small stack of $100 bills.
Between the Stacks is a weekly library written by Charleston County Public Library Staff. The columnists rotate from the Wando Mt. Pleasant Branch Library and the Mount Pleasant Regional Library.
Coordinators at S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and S.C. Department of Natural Resources have decided to postpone the Beach Sweep/River Sweep litter cleanup, originally scheduled for Sept. 19.
Gary Moses spent eight years in the Army. He served during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He's from a tiny area in the Upstate of South Carolina called Pumpkintown. This is how the military changed his life.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is seeking stakeholder input on the state’s ongoing commitment to prevent the spread of HIV.
Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy is grateful to announce it has received a grant from The Rotary Club of Charleston – Breakfast Club to create 190 Kids Comfort Kits.
During Sickle Cell Awareness Month, the American Red Cross is calling on African American and Latino blood donors to help ensure a diverse blood supply that meets the transfusion needs of patients battling sickle cell disease.