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On May 21 from 6-8 p.m., Bishop England High School celebrated the Class of 2020 by hosting their Senior Day. The celebration fell within the school's Senior Week they designed to recognize the entire graduating class for it's accomplishments.

The Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce (MPCC) held their first responder recognition a little differently for the month of May.

On Thursday, April 30, Oceanside Collegiate Academy held a drive-thru parade for the Class of 2020 graduating seniors to pick up their cap and gown, yearbook and other end of the school year materials.

On Tuesday morning, April 28, health care workers at East Cooper Medical Center were greeted by a drive-thru parade of first responders conducted by the Mount Pleasant Police Department, Mount Pleasant Fire Department and Charleston County EMS. The event was organized to honor the work of me…

On April 23, Mount Pleasant resident Amy Fore turned 100-years-old. To celebrate friends and family dressed up and surprised Fore in her yard on McCants Drive in the Old Village neighborhood. To read the full story, click here.

On Tuesday, April 14 there was a downscaled version of the Blessing of the Fleet ceremony without the Seafood Festival and the large crowds. A more private family gathering took place on the Shem Creek Park side of the creek with several shrimping trawlers docked and ready for the start of t…

Those who celebrated Easter last weekend in the East Cooper area, sent in photos of their festivities from home.

Charles Pinckney Elementary staff formed their own parade with a convoy of teachers’ cars and drove through students' neighborhoods last week. The purpose of the parade was to lift the spirits of students working from home due to Charleston County School District (CCSD) being closed through …

Wando girls basketball defeated Berkeley 31-27 in the third round of the Class AAAAA state playoffs Feb. 24 in Mount Pleasant. 

Wando boys basketball fell to Carolina Forest in the opening round of the AAAAA boys state playoffs Feb. 19 in Mount Pleasant. 

The Fort Sullivan Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution held an Awards and Certificate ceremony in The Great Hall of the Old Exchange Building in Charleston. The ceremony was a culmination of efforts by the Chapter Regent, committee chairs and Chapter members.

Front Beach Fest returned to Isle of Palms on Saturday afternoon. The street festival is an annual occasion to celebrate the start of spring weather. Folks of all ages came together for a day of live music, food and fun on Ocean Boulevard. The free event featured music from The Holiday Band …

On Tuesday, March 3, Kiawah Island Golf Resort hosted a media day ahead of the 2021 PGA Championship that will be held on The Ocean Course, May 17-23.

This weekend’s weather wasn’t ideal for water-related activities, but chilly water temperatures couldn’t halt a heartwarming cause like this one. On Saturday, Feb. 15, The Windjammer hosted their sixth annual Isle of Palms Polar Plunge on Front Beach.

On Thursday, Feb. 13, fifth-grade students at Charles Pinckney Elementary School competed in Round Two of the inaugural Shipmate Shake.

Prior to the kickoff of Sunday's Super Bowl LIV, Mount Pleasant Towne Centre and Charleston Animal Society hosted Pup Bowl III on Saturday, Feb. 1 at The Oaks in Towne Centre.

On Wednesday, Jan. 29, members of the Laing High School Association and the Laing High School Historical Marker Unveiling & Memorial Court Committee gathered to celebrate the 153rd anniversary of Laing High School (1866).

On Sunday, Jan. 26, residents brought their shuckers and appetites to the world’s largest oyster festival at Boone Hall Plantation.

Over the weekend, East Cooper Meals on Wheels (ECMOW) held their seventh annual Oyster Roast at Palmetto Islands County Park on Needlerush Parkway in Mount Pleasant.

On Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020 Dunleavy’s Pub held its 25th annual Polar Bear Plunge. Several thousand people came out to brave the brisk waters on Sullivan's Island at Station 22 to raise awareness for South Carolina Special Olympics.

There is still time to get a photo with Santa Claus before he makes his big annual trip around the world to deliver gifts on Christmas Eve.

Each December the Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce (MPCC) holds their annual holiday luncheon at Alhambra Hall.

The Town of Mount Pleasant held their 24th annual Christmas Light Parade along West Coleman Boulevard on Sunday, Dec. 8. Locals from all over the Lowcountry lined the street to see civic groups, schools, churches and more kick off the holidays.

Seacoast Church completed their annual Turkey Fry on Nov. 27. In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, Seacoast had more than 100 volunteers spend approximately 400 hours to provide meals for area homeless. All the turkeys were donated from individuals and businesses in the Charleston area.

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