All women musicians played at Tradesman Brewing on Saturday, April 17, for 9 to 5 Magazine's Femme Fest.
The now open Blue Boat Seafood Market on Thursday, April 1,2021 in Summerville.
A demonstration and vigil for demanding justice for Daunte Wright and many others who lost their lives on Sunday, April 18, 2021 in Charleston.
Next week's topic: Clouds
Protesters moved from a Columbia neighborhood, where a White Fort Jackson sergeant was caught on video berating and shoving a Black man, to the S.C. Statehouse grounds.
Charleston Music Hall transforms the space at The Bend for outdoor concerts including Ranky Tanky.
Jimmy Cofer, 80, was in the spotlight April 12 in SRP Park, as the North Augusta Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism offered a salute in recognition of his 55 years as an umpire and referee in South Carolina and Georgia, helping keep baseball, softball, basketball and football runnin…
Old Li's is now open in West Ashley.
Caddies days begin at sunrise and end when the rounds of golf are completed for the day during which they share their experience and knowledge with the guests to help them down the fairway at the Ocean Course.
Gov. Henry McMaster met with S.C. troops in El Paso and Del Rio, Texas, on April 9 and 10.
The Citadel ran the ball 70 times against Furman to win, 26-7, at Johnson Hagood Stadium Saturday, April 10.
Next week's topic: Coil
Prince Philip, the irascible and tough-minded husband of Queen Elizabeth II who spent more than seven decades supporting his wife in a role that both defined and constricted his life, has died, Buckingham Palace said Friday. He was 99.
The city of Myrtle Beach Downtown Development Office and Leadership Grand Strand (LGS) unveiled a new mural on April 6. The mural is located on the right side wall of the Gay Dolphin Gift Cove, which is located on Ocean Boulevard.
This time last year the number of deaths and cases were surging as the COVID-19 pandemic spread through South Carolina. In response, Gov. Henry McMaster ordered nonessential businesses to close and local officials, including Charleston, issued stay at home orders.
Five ship-to-shore cranes towering 169 feet tall at the Hugh K. Leatherman, Sr. Terminal on Monday, April 5, 2021 in North Charleston.
The Kingstide, which recently opened on Daniel Island, is the island's first and only waterfront restaurant featuring views of the Wando River.
Pastor Anthony Thompson, from Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal Church delivered the sermon during Easter Sunrise Easter service, held in conjunction with several churches including First Baptist Church, St. Michael's Church, First Scots Presbyterian, Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal and Uptown…
Students in the College of Charleston's Opera program have been rehearsing outdoors this semester, and will perform with masks worn, as a Covid-19 precaution, “The Marriage of Figaro” at Stono Preserve.
North Augusta High School's golf team, with Masters week approaching, is ranked third among the state's AAAA schools, with A.C. Flora and Greenville occupying the top two spots, in that order. The Yellow Jackets are shown in these scenes in their March 25 practice at The River Golf Club, the…
Next week's topic: Baby animals
Dozens of kids took to Lions Field Saturday morning to dash across the field to grab candy and win prizes at the North Augusta Optimist Club's annual egg hunt.
South Aiken and North Augusta high schools clashed in softball April 1, in Riverview Park. The Yellow Jackets jumped out to a quick lead, buoyed by Katelyn Cochran's pitching, and the Thoroughbreds' late charge fell short as North Augusta bagged a 6-4 win in Region 5-AAAA play.
North Augusta High School, playing at home March 26, took control early and rolled to a 5-0 win over Midland Valley in Region 5-AAAA girls soccer. The Yellow Jackets, with Ed Owens as head coach,
Palmetto Palace mobile health unit vaccination site and food drive at Tricounty Family Ministries on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 in North Charleston. About 100 Johnson & Johnson vaccines were available for those in need along with Moderna in North Charleston.
The Citadel loses to Samford at home, 55-7, Saturday.
Next week's topic: Yellow
North Augusta High School, in its first home baseball game of the season, squeaked out a 5-4 win versus Airport March 25. The Eagles jumped out to an immediate lead, but the Yellow Jackets pounced in the fourth inning, scoring four runs to tie the game at 4-4, and added another run in the si…
Lowcountry students competed in the annual Spellbound! regional spelling bee for a spot in the national competition Thursday.
Pat Kelsey is introduced as the new head coach of College of Charleston's men's basketball team during a press conference in the Cistern Yard on Friday, March 26, 2021
North Augusta High School launched into Region 5-AAAA softball action March 22 in high style, playing on the road and bombing Airport by a score of 18-0, with all of the scoring taking place in the fourth inning.
Mixson Burgers & Brew is now open in North Charleston.
The Palmetto Palace mobile health unit vaccination event at the New Saint James-Bethel AME Church on Sunday, March 21, 2021 on Wadmalaw Island.
Next week's topic: Open windows
The South Carolina Stingrays host the Fort Wayne Komets on Friday, March 19, 2021 at the North Charleston Coliseum.
Severe weather brought strong winds and heavy rains across the Lowcountry Thursday afternoon leading to flooding as 1 to 1/2 inches of rain fell.
Charleston Farms community cleanup Saturday morning, Feb. 20, 2021 at neighborhood in North Charleston. Charleston Farms neighborhood pre