Fox family enjoys the evening in the front yard of a home in Hobcaw earlier this week. They have been seen scurrying from yard to yard and hiding in small little burrows.

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.

State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman surprised Mamie P. Whitesides Elementary School teacher, Stephanie Haecherl, at her school today with news that she has been selected as one of five finalists for the South Carolina Teacher of the Year award. Haecherl is a second grade teacher…

First Baptist’s Michel Dukes is the top-rated two-sport athlete in South Carolina. He’s the highest-rated unsigned football prospect left in the state. He’s run for more than 8,000 yards on the field and scored more than 1,500 points on the court. He’s won two state championships in football…

The 4th annual fundraiser benefiting Shem Creek Fisheries featured The East Coast Party Band.

The Charleston Light on Sullivan's Island welcomed citizens last Saturday afternoon to tour the historic grounds in honor of National Lighthouse Day. The Fort Sumter National Park Service and United States Coast Guard Auxiliary hosted a free-of-charge tour inside the lighthouse, boat buildin…

The Fort Sumter National Park Service and United States Coast Guard Auxiliary hosted a free-of-charge tour inside the lighthouse, boat building arts and crafts, and water safety exhibits at the Charleston Light boathouse on Sullivan's Island last Saturday.

On June 27, Charleston Mayor John J. Tecklenburg and Interim Fire Chief Joseph Roberts along with other fire and police personnel celebrated the grand opening of Fire Station 21. The station, located at 1155 Cainhoy Rd, will serve residents in the Cainhoy peninsula and Daniel Island and will…

Fort Sumter National Monument commemorated the 242nd anniversary of the Battle of Sullivan’s Island with special programs on Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24 at Fort Moultrie.

On Thursday morning, Law Enforcement Officers from around the Lowcountry began a 130-mile relay of a Special Olympics Flame of Hope. Starting from the beach at Sullivan’s Island’s Station 22½ Street, officers escorted the torch to the steps of the Statehouse in Columbia.

On Wednesday morning, Bishop England High School participated in National School Walkout, a nationwide movement in which more than 3,000 schools across the country are honoring the 17 victims in the school shooting tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. exactly one…

It felt like spring had finally sprung as locals shagged to the Lowcountry tunes that filled the air at the Isle of Palms Front Beach Fest last Saturday afternoon. Folks of all ages came together for a day of live music, food, and fun on Ocean Boulevard. The free event featured music from Th…

On Saturday, Feb. 17, The Windjammer hosted their fourth annual Polar Plunge on Front Beach, Isle of Palms. Participants of the event raised funds in donations to support South Carolina Special Olympics. All citizens who plunged included city council members, local/state law enforcement, col…

On Wednesday, Jan. 3, residnentials East of the Cooper and the Greater Charleston Area (featuring Mount Pleasant - Park West) were snow capped by Winter Storm Grayson. Most parts of the Lowcountry received 5-7 inches during a 12-hour period.

The Wando High School Orchestra performed at the Mount Pleasant chamber of Commerce's annual holiday luncheon at Alhambra Hall.

The Wando High School Orchestra performed at the Mount Pleasant chamber of Commerce's annual holiday luncheon at Alhambra Hall.

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