Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) announced it will not move forward with hosting its 2021 event in February.
The Evening Post Newspaper Group, owner of the Moultrie News, the Post and Courier and more than seven other media brands across South Carolina, is proud to again present a matching marketing …
Marine, police deputy, and now writer. There’s an old saying that if you want something done, ask a busy person. Major Ralph Stoney Bates, Sr. is just such a person.
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,…
One goal of Trista’s Sunshine Company is to “be someone’s sunshine.” Trista Kutcher, founder and CEO, creates hand-sewn products from her home in Mount Pleasant and hopes the products bring smiles to customers’ faces.
The Ben Sawyer Intracoastal Waterway Water Main Connection Project started on Jan. 4 as construction crews began creating temporary traffic changes. The new traffic pattern will be followed until the project’s expected completion this summer.
Sierra Gregg and her family gathered at the Manigault House in Charleston as she signed her letter of intent to play softball at Lane College, an HBCU in Jackson, Tennessee. Six generations prior, Gregg’s maternal ancestors worked as slaves at the home.
The USA Track and Field National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championship looked different this year due to COVID precautions, and the Mount Pleasant Track Club’s success was also unlike any other year.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control offers the following additional information for those 70 and older to schedule appointments to receive COVID-19 vaccine.
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced on Monday that South Carolina residents aged 70 and older will be able to…
The Charleston Forum recently announced it is welcoming John C. Read, managing director of Read Partners, to its board of directors.
The Awendaw Green Barn Jams are kicking off 2021. Due to COVID-19 they require the cooperation of all attendees. Everyone must wear masks and physical distance at all times unless actively eat…
We want to remind our readers that the Moultrie News is your community paper and we want to hear from you. Tell us about your work, schools, businesses, clubs and charitable organizations.
YWCA Greater Charleston has opened registration for all events of its 49th Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration.
The Debonair men of Epsilon Nu Nu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated recently honored Donna Gibbs German with their Civic Award.
Pledger M. (Jody) Bishop III, of Mount Pleasant, began a one-year term as president-elect of the Appraisal Institute on Jan. 1.
Lowcountry Landscapes provides a place for our readers to share a photo of the beautiful places in our area.
Residents at Wellmore of Daniel Island rolled up their sleeves to receive their first Moderna vaccine dose on Dec. 30. For the senior living community residents, this meant a chance to safely …
Chaplains with Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy respond to emergency situations and provide emotional care for survivors, families and first responders.
Blessing Boxes allow those facing food insecurity to take non-perishable items at any time during the day.
During National Blood Donor Month, the Red Cross is especially encouraging convalescent plasma donations from patients who have recovered from COVID-19 to help fight the virus.
Residents at Wellmore of Daniel Island rolled up their sleeves to receive their first Moderna vaccine dose on Dec. 30.
The capstone event of Charleston’s 10-day Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, the largest and longest-running event of its kind in South Carolina, will be headlined next month by…
Fire Station 3 will be relocated temporarily on January 7th 2021 to facilitate necessary interior flooring replacement.
The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) has provided guidance for categories of individuals to include in Phases 1a, 1b, and 1c.
Dr. Anna Borden, along with Mount Pleasant Council Member Gary Santos, and Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce Director of Development Rebecca Imholz, attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Oas…
Mary S. Bell of Mount Pleasant recently asked two questions:
CONWAY, SC – Erin Byrnes, a physical education major from Mount Pleasant attending Coastal Carolina University, was recently recognized as a "Spirit of the Chanticleer" award finalist.
The Princeton Review recently ranked Charleston School of Law a top 10 law school in the nation with the greatest resources for women.
Mount Pleasant Town Administrator Eric DeMoura announced the appointment of Michele Reed to the position of Director of Planning, Land Use and Neighborhoods (PLAN).
Trident Medical Center’s Lowcountry Transitions is hosting an annual golf tournament to benefit the “Mental Health Heroes.” (mhheroes.com )
The Charleston County Parks Foundation was recently named as a recipient of one of the 2021 True Inspiration Awards from Chick-fil-A. As a recipient of the award, the foundation, which aims to…
Known as a jokester, life-long adventurer and a talented art teacher whose class projects decorate the halls, Claire Teuber has left her mark on Moultrie Middle School as she enters retirement after almost 30 years.
A new building honoring Medal of Honor recipients is in the works at Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant.
It was not until the 1800s that the ferries began to run on regular, fixed schedules. Even then, a raised flag (or blanket) served as the Uber app of the time.
Becky Connelly sought to create a bra that is concealing and comfortable, something she had spent years looking for herself, but what she did not expect was to provide a bralette that helps women who have undergone breast cancer treatments.
Children participating in most sports during the COVID-19 pandemic should wear cloth face coverings, according to updated information from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
It’s new year and the Moultrie News wants to remind our readers we want to hear from them. Tell us about your work, schools, businesses, club and charitable organizations.
The arrival of new cargo-handling equipment is significant as SC Ports prepares to welcome the first cargo ship to the Leatherman Terminal in March.
The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry (CML) recently announced they are holding a “VIRTUAL Noon Year’s Eve” celebration. On Thursday, Dec. 31, registered families can tune in for an exclusiv…
Dozens of boys gathered on a grassy area encircled by the one-lane road that leads to Windwood Farm Home for Children on Friday, Dec. 18. Some stood quietly. Several ran around playing. Others…
Caroline Koysza, an 11-year-old Mount Pleasant resident, sold luminary kits to neighbors in support of Lowcountry Orphan Relief.
It was a busy room on the first floor of East Cooper Medical Center in Mount Pleasant, with seven stations set up to administer the first COVID-19 vaccinations to its hospital staff on Thursda…
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1st Quarter Honor Roll and Principal’s List
The Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce welcomed Point Hope Dental Care, a new MPCC member and business to the East Cooper Community on Dec. 10 with a ribbon cutting. The practice is located at…
The Lowcountry Food Bank (LCFB), whose mission is to lead the fight against hunger in the ten coastal counties of South Carolina, announced that Nick Osborne was named as the new president and…
The Charleston County School District will halt all winter sports games and competitions through Sunday, January 10, 2021, as a precaution against the further spread of COVID-19.
The South Carolina Governor's School for Science & Mathematics is accepting applications for its free virtual after school programs Spark! and ENGAGE. Online applications are available at …