Charleston native and NBA All-Star Khris Middleton had his high school jersey retired Wednesday night, July 17, 2019, at Porter-Gaud. He also received a key to the city of Charleston from Mayor John Tecklenburg.
Metanoia, state representatives, North Charleston officials and organizations will participate in the National Day of Social Action in the Chicora Cherokee neighborhood
Children and community leaders marched through North Charleston's Chicora-Cherokee neighborhood denouncing gun violence on Wednesday, July 17, 2019.
Lowcountry law enforcement agencies participated in an active shooter response drill at Stratford High School.
Due to the rise in sea turtle nests volunteers and interns that work with the protection of sea turtle recovery have made it difficult to keep up with their short staff of help.
Clemson's Historic Preservation program office held a workshop to examine the Lowcountry's earliest pottery, known as colonoware.
The 15th annual Sweetgrass Festival brought in dozens of locals and tourists on Saturday, July 13, 2019 at the Mt. Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park. The festival featured local sweetgrass basket makers, artists and crafters in promotion of the contributions of the Gullah-Geechee culture.
Players from the Post and Courier’s All-Lowcountry baseball and softball teams were honored by the RiverDogs, who played the Rome Braves Tuesday night.
In 1977, Ken Moore saved five teenagers from drowning after their car flipped over a bridge into Ellis Creek and was submerged upside down. Now, 42 years later, his wish was to reunite with them at his church.
Kym and Mark Hilinski lost their middle son, Tyler, a quarterback at Washington State, to suicide in 2018. They've moved to South Carolina to be closer to their youngest, Ryan Hilinski, a quarterback at USC.
President Donald Trump's 'Salute to America' event to honor service branches is held on Independence Day on Thursday, July 4, 2019 in Washington, D.C.
Choreographer Shae-Lynn Bourne trains two time World Champion figure skater, Nathan Chen at the Carolina Ice Palace in Charleston. Bourne has been working with Chen for three years and also trains other Olympic figure skaters.
Locals and tourists took to the sea aboard the Spirit of South Carolina schooner on Friday June 28, 2019 in Charleston. The College of Charleston partnered with the ship to offer hands-on educational sailing programs to visitors and locals in the area.
The Timberland High School band played their final practice on Monday July 1, 2019 before heading to Washington D.C. to play in the 4th of July parade. The band was nominated by Rep. Jim Clyburn and is the only band in attendance representing South Carolina.
Sixty eight immigrants from thirty three countries around the world became citizens of the United States during a Naturalization Ceremony — organized by Charleston’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services field office — at Middleton Place on Wednesday, June 26, 2019.
Sixty eight immigrants from thirty three countries around the world became citizens of the United States during a Naturalization Ceremony organized by Charleston’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services field office at Middleton Place on June 26, 2019.
Bocce and cornhole competition are among the bargames organized by Chucktown Social — bocce at Fuel restaurant downtown and cornhole at My Father's Mustache in Mount Pleasant.
Thousands of South Carolina Democrats packed the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center to hear 2020 presidential candidates lay out their visions for the country.
Hollywood, South Carolina opens 12th public pool in Charleston County at West County Aquatic Center in honor of Genesis Holmes, the 13 year-old-boy who drowned in 2014.
Roper St. Francis Healthcare hosted the 11th annual SCRUBS camp at Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital this past week. The camp hosted 33 high school students that worked alongside Roper St. Francis Healthcare teammates, learning about physical therapy, CPR training, cardiology, surgery and CT …
Jennifer Holmes dedicated to becoming a lifeguard at the West County Aquatic Center also known as the Genesis pool after her son Genesis Holmes, 13, drowned in 2014.
Children from various summer camps participate in the World's Largest Swim Lesson hosted by the Charleston Recreation Department at Martin Luther King Jr. Pool on Thursday, June 20, 2019. The global event was created to promote the importance of teaching children to swim to prevent drowning.
Club Horizons, an adult day program, joined employees and volunteers from the City of North Charleston for the first day of their summer basketball program at the Danny Jones Recreation Center Wednesday, June 19, 2019, in North Charleston.