Charleston Animal Society’s Annual Chili Cook-off will operate virtually this year.
The March of Dimes has announced co-chairs for the Charleston Signature Chefs Auction.
For the 10th consecutive year, The Citadel maintains the distinction of being ranked the #1 Top Public School in the South offering up to a master’s degree by U.S. News & World Report. The Citadel is ranked #2 overall in the South when private and public institutions are combined.
Oyster lovers take note: The 2020-2021 season for recreational harvest of shellfish (clams and oysters) in coastal waters of South Carolina is set to open one-half hour before official sunrise on Thursday, October 1, 2020. The recreational shellfish season will remain open through May 15, 2021, unless conditions warrant extending or shortening the season.
The Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) Board of Directors voted Sept. 17 to approve shuttle service to the Isle of Palms.
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.
What once seemed like a dream is now a reality at MUSC Health. Instead of a swab up the nose, patients now may be able to test for COVID-19 by simply spitting in a tube.
Lowcountry Orphan Relief (LOR) is pleased to announce the selection of Lois Dane Richter as the new Executive Director.
The Charleston Gaillard Center is hosting a special anniversary performance on Oct. 18.
The Police Blotter is intended to be an informative and humorous column written from police reports obtained from the Mount Pleasant Police Department.
Mount Pleasant Town Council passed final reading of a new temporary ordinance on Tuesday that will require individuals to wear face coverings in certain circumstances.
South Carolina Ports Authority saw some positive cargo trends in August, pointing to a slow but emerging recovery during the ongoing global pandemic.
Longtime area shrimp boat captain Wayne Magwood died Sept. 11 in an auto-pedestrian collision on Coleman Boulevard. He was 67 years old.
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.
Dominion Energy announced today it is now serving more than 400,000 natural gas customers.
Dr. Brannon Traxler, who has been serving as SCDHEC's chief medical officer for the state’s COVID-19 response, will assume the role of interim director of public health.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) Archaeology team was awarded three grants totaling $657,978 from the Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria Emergency Supplemental Histori…
Mount Pleasant Waterworks and Charleston Water System are working together to build a new directionally drilled water main that will connect CWS-owned infrastructure on Sullivan’s Island to a MPW-owned water main located at Toler’s Cove in Mount Pleasant. The travelling public can expect temporary adjustments to traffic patterns and the bike and pedestrian multi-use path located on Ben Sawyer Boulevard from Toler’s Cove Drive to Center Street will be closed during a portion of the project.
After two hours of public comments at the Sept. 8 Mount Pleasant Town Council meeting, followed by discussion among councilmembers, an ordinance requiring face masks passed its first reading.
Mount Pleasant Police officers are on scene for a serious collision. Coleman Boulevard is closed in both directions at Live Oak Drive and Pelzer Drive.
On Sept. 10, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced the agency and several key partners are developing a statewide COVID-19 vaccination testing plan in accordance with federal guidance.
The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments has been awarded $560,000 in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act funding by the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration. Eligible businesses seeking assistance should operate in Berkeley, Charleston or Dorchester counties and be able to provide evidence of revenue loss since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Business owners may apply for a one-year, interest-deferred and/or an interest-free loan ranging from $10,000-$100,000.
Charleston County School District is proud to announce 30 students have been honored as semifinalists in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program; the National Merit Scholarship Corp…
Andy Smith is wanted by Mount Pleasant Police.
Mount Pleasant pediatric dentist office Kids Teeth delivered lunch to front line workers at Roper St. Francis Mount Pleasant Hospital on Aug. 21. Kids Teeth partnered with local organization FLAG Charleston to fund the meals for ER workers.
On Sept. 11, 2020, the 9/11 Silent Walk will lead a livestreamed memorial service at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum to honor the 2,977 victims killed in the terrorist attacks launched against the United States 19 years ago.
Each year the Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce has been gathering business owners, nonprofits and members of the public together for the annual Mount Pleasant Business and Community Expo. Th…
The Moultrie News has won the President's Award for Excellence in the 2019 South Carolina Press Association News Contest. The editorial staff won a total of 11 awards in the contest.
Wando High School senior Ethan Diana has launched Tutored Today, a free online peer-to-peer tutoring service the teenager is operating out of his parents’ house.
Charleston County School District is making the annual Back-to-School hotline available in order to assist families for the start of the 2020-2021 school year.
Charleston County School District (CCSD) Office of Facilities Management completed more than 30 critical building upgrades and renovation projects throughout the county this summer.
September is membership month at Middleton Place National Historic Landmark.
Carolina Children’s Charity cares deeply about your health and safety and that of our entire community. For this reason, the organization will be modifying the format of the 17th Annual care •…
High school students aspiring to attend The Citadel beginning in the fall of 2021 can choose whether to include ACT or SAT scores in their applications.
The Citadel’s new strategic plan, Our Mighty Citadel 2026, is now in place to serve as the guideline for the college’s evolution.
Preliminary data collected by S.C. Department of Natural Resources biologists shows that South Carolina had an average Least Tern nesting season for 2020 with approximately 1,000 nests recorded.
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum has partnered with Bulldog Tours to offer a new guided tour aboard the historic aircraft carrier USS Yorktown.
The new tour entitled Captain’s Tour: Exclusive Access and Insights to the Ship and Crew will lead visitors to areas of the ship that have been off-tour for more than a decade.
Barnwell Whaley Patterson & Helms is pleased to announce that 11 attorneys have been recognized and included in the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
The S.C. Department of Public Safety will partner with law enforcement from neighboring Southeastern states as well as local agencies for a strong emphasis on DUI and other unsafe driving behaviors during the long Labor Day weekend.
On Sept. 3 the Mount Pleasant Police Department (MPPD) responded to a disturbance call involving a domestic situation and a vandalism on Wakendaw Road.
To help prepare for the Labor Day holiday weekend, The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division will be holding courtesy boat inspections at public boat landings across the state.
In the month of August, the Town of Mount Pleasant had 42 auto break-ins. Broken into is relative to the fact that 41 of those 42 vehicles were left unlocked.
Mount Pleasant Finance Chair Tom O’Rourke and Finance committee members Kathy Landing, Jake Rambo and Gary Santos have been presented the National Government Finance Officers Association’s Cer…
To help ensure more eligible Charleston County School District children are approved and receive free and reduced school meals the Department of Nutrition Services has created an online link for parents to apply.
With guidance from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) and the South Carolina State Department of Education, Charleston County School District has established a notification process for reported positive COVID-19 cases associated with schools.
Awendaw Green will continue to live stream a Tiny Deck Music Series from the original compound in Awendaw every Wednesday from 6-10 p.m.
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.
Beachgoers should be aware of threats and dangers in the water around them at all times. Now as water temperatures are higher as summer concludes it is especially important to be conscious of jellyfish, or jellies, and what to do if stung.