Here are some of the first Charleston County high school graduates going to college, at least in part, because of the Ben and Kelly Navarro Meeting Street Scholarship Fund.
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Frank Navarro, who died on May 30 at the age of 91, coached at Ivy League schools Columbia and Princeton and was patriarch of a family that includes his son, Charleston entrepreneur and philanthropist Ben Navarro, and his granddaughter Emma Navarro, who won the NCAA women's tennis championship last week.
Charleston's Emma Navarro won the NCAA women's tennis title and a wild card into the U.S. Open.
Whether it's playing in the SCISA state tournament for Ashley Hall or in the main draw of the Volvo Car Open, Charleston's Emma Navarro likes …
A huge year for Charleston-area tennis continues this week with the LTP $100K, a USTA Pro Circuit event in Mount Pleasant.
The donation will help improve the college's teacher education programs so teachers are better prepared to work in underserved communities.
Talk about a great early Christmas present, to end an awful year that has been especially awful for many of the children who stand to benefit …
A new scholarship fund aims to close the critical higher-education funding gap for the students who need it the most.
Ben Navarro’s Meeting Street Schools prepare thousands of Charleston County kids for college — and now he’s going to help pay their tuition.
Hometown favorites Shelby Rogers and Emma Navarro won their first-round matches at the LTP $100K tennis tournament on Wednesday, but the Charl…