Volunteers and city employees set up a warming center for Charleston's most vulnerable residents at the Arthur W. Christopher Community Center on Monday, November 30, 2020 as temperatures are expected to dip into the 30s overnight.
The now open Bistronomy By Nico on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020 in downtown Charleston.
Next week's topic: Merry
For the second time this season, the North Myrtle Beach High School football team hosted rival Myrtle Beach, with this round representing the Lower State Championship and a trip to next weekend's statewide title game. The Chiefs blasted the Seahawks with a big second half, 37-10, and will he…
Charleston County shoppers looked for Black Friday deals along King Street and Tanger Outlets Friday.
After a year of searching, the Walking Women Welfare, finds transitional house to help women with homelessness.
Some of the many cats living comfortably at Almost Home Feline Refuge in Mount Pleasant.
Big D's B-B-Q Barn in Hemingway smokes turkeys and soaks them in chicken gravy, a family recipe, for customers' Thanksgiving Day meals on Wednesday, November 25, 2020. The restaurant has been cooking turkeys for the holidays for over 35 years. Lauren Petracca/Staff
Marion Rizer harvests soybeans on his farm in Lodge on Tuesday, November 17, 2020.
Fans have been allowed into Brooks Stadium for the 2020 Coastal Carolina football season, with behavior ranging from complete disregard for rules of attendance during national-spotlight moments to games in which fans obeyed the mandates.
GrowFood Carolina and the Humanities Foundation at First Baptist Church of James Island on Monday, Nov. 23, 2020. They distributed around 500 boxes of local vegetables along with individual hams for families throughout the day.
Sometimes all you need is a cuddle with your favorite pet. We asked our readers to submit photos of their kiddos with with their favorite furry (or not furry) friends!
Next week's topic: Grateful
A candlelight vigil is held for Transgender Day of Remembrance at Equality Hub in North Charleston on Friday, November 20, 2020.
International African American Museum is hosting a hard hat tour on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020 in Charleston.
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, marshes, and any other spot you, the reader, wants to share. No people, but birds, bees, turtles, d…
The USDA started on Tuesday to eradicate the Asian long-horned beetle, a destructive invasive pest recently found in the area. About 3,100 beetle-infested trees were found in Charleston County.
Operation Christmas Child, largely known as "the shoebox ministry," is in high gear as the final week of packing for the 2020 season has arrived. These scenes are from the morning of Nov. 16 at First Baptist Church of North Augusta, with a crew loading a truck bound for TrueNorth Church, a c…
Next week's topic: Blaze
The Steeplechase of Charleston drew racing fans to The Stono Ferry Racetrack for annual equestrian excitement.
Oceanside Collegiate wins 31-26 over the Blue Jackets from Aynor High at The Citadel’s Johnson Hagood Stadium during the Lower State Class AAA playoff.
TrueNorth Church was the host site of a Nov. 12 blood drive run by Shepeard Community Blood Center, with a variety of safeguards in place to face the ongoing threat of COVID-19. The day's visitors provided 70 pints. The next local Shepeard drive is to be Nov. 28 at the Papa John's Pizza on E…
Delayed from April the tournament at Augusta National in 2020 is a very different Masters.
The City of North Charleston held its annual Veterans Day tribute on Wednesday, November 11, 2020, at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. Lt. Colonel Frederick Whittle, USMC (ret), was the keynote speaker. Whittle is a 1980 graduate of The Citadel and entered the Marine Corps in 198…
Chucktown Acres, a working, regenerative farm in McClellanville, believes that their food can help heal their land as well as the people who consume it. The farm is also available for events such as corporate gatherings and weddings.
Paleta Place, which offers popsicles made with fresh fruit and ice cream, is located on Ashley Phosphate Road in North Charleston.
Montessori School of Johns Island has used the outdoors to its advantage that students learn from gardens, outdoor classrooms and hands-on learning projects with farm animals .
Fox Creek High School was the guest Nov. 6 for Swansea's homecoming, in a clash between two winless football programs, and the Predators came on strong in the second half to secure a 28-14 victory. The Predators finished their 2020 campaign at 1-5, and the Tigers (0-5) are to wrap up their s…
Next week's topic: Leaves
Goose Creek faced off against Summerville at Goose Creek High School Friday.
Food trucks park at Yeamans Hall Canteen in Hanahan for residents to enjoy a variety of dining options on Friday, October 23, 2020.
North Augusta High School's football program, with its regular season complete and the Region 5-AAAA title in its pocket, is preparing for the playoffs. The Yellow Jackets, in their first season with Jim Bob Bryant as head coach, are on course to have a home playoff game Nov. 13. These scen…
Voters head to the polls for Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.
Belvedere First Baptist Church held a drive-thru trunk-or-treat event on Saturday, Oct. 31.
South Carolina residents stood in long lines for several hours to cast their ballots in one of the last days for in-person absentee voting in the 2020 general election.
Next week's topic: Masks
Oceanside Collegiate Academy host Gray Collegiate football at Johnson Hagood Stadium on Friday, Oct. 30, 2020 in Charleston.
The City of North Augusta held a drive-thru trick or treat event Friday evening at Riverview Park Activities Center, handing treats to costumed kids through car windows.
Aiken Regional Medical Centers held its annual Great Pumpkin Contest on Friday, allowing medical departments to compete.
Junior-varsity football action Oct. 29 included Strom Thurmond High School at North Augusta. The Rebels scored in the first 45 seconds, taking an immediate lead, but they didn't score again and the Yellow Jackets went on to win in a 35-8 rout. The Rebels slipped to a record of 2-3, and the J…
All-Star Bowling Lanes closed in 2007. The scene of student protests in February 1968, the venue is to be renovated by a local nonprofit to commemorate the Orangeburg Massacre and the demonstrations leading up to it.
Paul Knox Middle School faced Langley-Bath-Clearwater Oct. 28 in football on Lions Field. The Lions, designated as the home team, returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, but the Patriots responded quickly and rolled to a 42-24 win. Paul Knox improved to 4-0 on the season and L-B-C slip…
The Mount Pleasant Farmer's Market has extended its hours into the holidays. Mount Pleasant residents can shop for local produce and products at Moultrie Middle School from 3-7 p.m. Tuesdays.
Mount Pleasant police christened their new police boat with prayers. Town council gathered on the dock at Shem Creek. The new $385,000 boat was predominately paid for with a federal grant.
North Augusta Middle School faced Kennedy Oct. 26 for Aiken County's volleyball championship, and the Eagles, playing at home, wound up on top, successfully defending their crown and extending their winning streak to 28 games. North Augusta won the first set, 25-17, but Kennedy took the res…
Kelly Miller fell in love with Halloween as a kid when a neighbor would put on spooky shows outside of their home. Now, she carries on the tradition for kids in her Mount Pleasant neighborhood. With COVID-19 impacting many traditions so far, Miller sees this year as especially important to m…