Christopher Kauker, a financial advisor with Kauker & Associates, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC in Mount Pleasant has earned the 2020 Ameriprise Clien…
COLUMBIA, S.C. – The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control released the following statement concerning the April 13 federal announcement about the Janssen vaccine, also…
The Wando boys tennis team is on a winning streak. The team defeated Stratford High School in the Region 7-AAAAA Championship match on April 1 making it a perfect regional season for the Warriors.
Most Mount Pleasant histories begin with Motte. Yet long before Motte there were many different landowners whose names somehow became lost in the town’s historical memory.
For many residents in Mount Pleasant’s Belle Hall Plantation the name of their neighborhood has troublesome connections to slavery and they would like to see it changed.
Drainage and flooding issues continue to plague settlement communities in the Mount Pleasant area, according to community members.
Piano students from Low Country Studios participated in a Junior Festival Day that promotes American composers.
Antiques oftentimes have rich, personal history attached to them. That’s what Jeremiah Benton and his father Eugene discovered as they carefully unwrapped a 1926 Franklin treadle sewing machin…
Three different gardeners share their love of gardening throughout the neighborhood and give novice gardeners the opportunity to start growing their own gardens.
South Carolina Ports made history April 9 when it welcomed the first vessel to the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal, marking the first container terminal to open in the U.S. since 2009.
South Carolina Ports handled the most cargo in its history in March, with the Port of Charleston handling record volumes as the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal begins operations.
Kameron Logan Gaskins, Kathy Love, Swati Dadheech Linder and Michael Weist have recently placed their real estate licenses with three of Carolina One Real Estate’s 14 Lowcountry offices.
South Carolina Ports celebrates Lineage Logistics' expansion in Charleston which adds additional cold storage capacity for customers.
Now that all adults in South Carolina are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, efforts are increasing to make vaccinations readily available. Rotary Ready gathers and organizes volunteers to assist with non-medical tasks during mass vaccination clinics.
The soccer program at Academic Magnet High School hosts a colon cancer awareness game each year in honor of the coach's friend who died from cancer in 2015.
Glenn Garvin, a grocery bagger at Harris Teeter on Houston Northcutt Blvd., retires after a 34-year career.
Child welfare and advocacy organizations, as well as businesses, government offices and individuals plant blue pinwheels in “gardens” to represent the innocence and joy of childhood and the happy future that all children deserve.
Throughout the month of April, children in grades 5 and below may bring their original poems to be displayed in the Wando Mount Pleasant Library Children’s Department.
Fastsigns of Mount Pleasant, a locally owned and operated sign and graphics company, has opened at 1110 Clarity Road, just off Johnnie Dodds.
Free speech is a topic of discussion across the nation right now. People comment on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and every other type of social media platform. Don’t just comment on social med…
The following people recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
Realtors Shawn Garrison and Matt Petitte recently joined real estate firm, The Cassina Group.
Charleston County Public Library celebrates National Library Week with a series of events, including the official launch of its state-of-the-art Mobile Library.
Wild Dunes Resort, on the Isle of Palms recently announced the appointment of Robb Walker as managing director.
The contemporary Embassy Suites by Hilton Charleston Harbor Mount Pleasant recently celebrated its official opening.
Our state’s nonprofit organizations are still in need, despite their efforts to find silver linings from the pandemic.
Open air entertainment is on its way to Mount Pleasant. Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens’ Lowcountry Strawberry Festival will run from April 29 through May 2. This traditional family event wa…
Jim and Teri Ingham are long-time volunteers with East Cooper Meals on Wheels. After 24 years of volunteering together as a couple, their greatest takeaway is that the connections with recipie…
After long careers in the same field, many Boomers are using retirement as an opportunity to try something new. As the trial lawyer’s 42-year career is coming to an end, Vernon Glenn is not planning to slow down any time soon.
The Charleston Harbor will be the deepest harbor on the East Coast at 52 feet once the Post 45 Charleston Harbor Deepening Project is complete.
Sharing a book when children are feeling scared, anxious, stressed or confused can break the ice for important and necessary conversations.
As a woman in her late 50s, Kathy Phleger didn’t expect to be training and completing triathlons on a regular basis. She also didn’t expect to finish her first triathlon with a broken hand.
The Thomasena Stokes-Marshall Senior Center in Mount Pleasant provides activities and resources for those in their 50s and beyond.
Rick Redden, president of Wells Fargo’s Atlantic Region, announced his retirement. Redden is a respected, longtime banking leader throughout the Carolinas and Mid-Atlantic, with a career spann…
South Carolinians lost more than $30 million to cyber criminals in the past year.
Sweetgrass Inn, a 153-room hotel addition to Wild Dunes Resort on the Isle of Palms, held its official ribbon cutting ceremony on March 26.
The Lowcountry Food Bank has earned a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator.
The Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission is hosting two Toast! Under the Oaks events at Johns Island County Park on April 1 and April 15.
Liberty Fellowship is accepting online nominations through July 1 for its 16th Class of Fellows.
Charleston County Parks has announced the return of its Cheers on the Pier series.
The Charleston Forum recently announced it is welcoming Solicitor Scarlett A. Wilson to its board of directors.
SeamonWhiteside, a full-service land design firm with offices throughout the Carolinas, welcomed Demetria Weaver in her new role as the company's human resources director.
The plan to reduce congestion along Highway 41 is continuing as a hotly debated issue. A revised plan announced in early March received criticism from neighboring communities even though it al…
The Wando Mount Pleasant Library provides advanced digital resources including a fully equipped studio, two edit suites, Adobe Creative Cloud software and archival media conversion.
The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics is now accepting applications for its summer camps: Summer STEM, CREATEng, GoSciTech, and iTEAMS Xtreme.
Nellie and Lo, a new gift store in Northcutt Plaza off Coleman Boulevard, aims to be a one-stop gift shop for friends, husbands and moms.
The South Carolina Athletic Coaches Association (SCACA) recently announced that Bob Hayes, former athletic director and football coach at Wando High School, has been posthumously elected to the SCACA Hall of Fame.
A collection of photographs can tell the story of a family’s history or origin. As a documentary filmmaker and archivist with 40 years of experience, Julian Gooding knows this is true first hand.
Rise: CrossFit & Total Body Wellness officially opened March 19 with a ribbon-cutting event. Mount Pleasant Council Member Howard Chapman and Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce Member Rebe…