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Boaters in the Charleston area should note that an additional section of a busy Charleston County waterway will get a temporary, seasonal no-wake zone this year beginning April 15, the S.C. De…

I’ll have to admit that this past winter has not been so bad here in my part of central South Carolina. It hasn’t gotten real cold, and there has been no snow or ice. I’m glad to see the sun c…

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Berkeley County announced that Federal Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) will soon be available to county residents. The assistance comes from a $6.89 million grant from the U.S. Treasury Depa…

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Money from the new $1.9 trillion stimulus package could start rolling out this week. It’s one of the largest stimulus relief bills yet. It includes another cash infusion to help struggling Ame…

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We’ve considered this Mystery Plant some time ago in a previous article, but I think it’s worth a few added thoughts.

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The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources is asking for South residents to take down their bird feeders until early spring after an increase in mortality reports for Pine Siskins, and…

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It is interesting that during the month of February which is established for special recognition of African American notables, Wilhelmina Moore, a former community activist, and extraordinary educator, would transition.

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Larry R. Wiles’ latest novel, “Jack Madison-The Shaping of His Life”— released on Jan. 4, is a fictional novel set in the ‘50s. It is loosely autobiographical and centered on the main characte…

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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mac Rogerson of Summerville,South Carolina, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Ms. Jennifer Dawn Rogerson to Dr. Marcus Leo Schaefer of Goose Creek, S…

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As we contemplate another holiday season of Christmas and the beginning of a New Year 2021, I want to draw our attention to a holiday that is often overlooked: the feast of Epiphany on January 6th.

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For four generations, the Taylor Brothers Construction Company Inc. has operated an African American owned heavy construction business in Columbia.

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While other municipalities decided to cancel holiday parades due to virus concerns, the City of Goose Creek marched on with theirs.

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Ginger is not just spicy, sweet and delicious, it’s also tremendously good for you. And the holiday season is the perfect time to pack a punch with it in everything from the cookie tray to the…

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Ginger is not just spicy, sweet and delicious, it’s also tremendously good for you. And the holiday season is the perfect time to pack a punch with it in everything from the cookie tray to the…

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Find a full list of things happening around Berkeley County.

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There are many who think about the crisp, spring air that surrounds the beginning of a good turkey hunting season. But perhaps, for a much larger population of people, when one thinks of a turkey, they think about being surrounded by their loved ones and are reminded of all the things they are thankful for.

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USS Paul Hamilton, named after Paul Hamilton, the third U.S. Secretary of the Navy, born in St. Paul, South Carolina, returned to its home port on Oct. 13.

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Culinary.net—Simple, sweet treats are always a win with the family when you need to change things up a bit.

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One of the sailors onboard the USS Indianapolis (LCS 17) is Petty Officer 2nd Class Ashley Newman, an electronics technician. As an electronics technician, the Goose Creek native is responsibl…

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The Tea Ladies of the St James Goose Creek Parish held their Twelfth Annual Tea at the Creek on March 14. Ladies dressed in their finest for this elegant event with beautifully decorated table…

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Moose is a 1-year-old male Labrador retriever mix, but in actuality he is pretty small. He loves getting tasty doggy treats and always takes them ever so gently while hoping for more. But plea…

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More than 1,000 members of the commercial composting community will gather Jan. 28-31 for the annual conference of the US Composting Council to discuss the role of compost in climate change; i…

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Linda Birkitt and Clifton Jones have an unlikely friendship. Separated by 2,000 miles, it might be surprising that the two met in the first place, but considering the U.S. Marine Corps motto, …

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The following letters were mailed to Santa during the Dec. 7 Breakfast with Santa event in downtown Summerville. Children who would still like to send a letter to Santa can send email to santa…

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