Thousands of Clemson students participate each year in worship services and mission trips organized by the university's Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter.
Rickey Dennis covers North Charleston and faith & values for the Post and Courier.
Roads that were once residential streets have become major congestion points, leading North Charleston roads to deteriorate faster than originally expected.
Clemson students visit Philadelphia during a mission trip organized by the university's Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter. At Clemson, …
Clemson students attend the FCA's annual Fall Shag. The Clemson chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in the largest in the nation. …
Clemson's Fellowship of Christian Athletes holds its opening worship service of the school year in August. The organization has opened its doo…
North Charleston City Councilman Bob King, who's helped revive District 8 during the past two decades, could be booted out by his success, as new residents decide if they want new direction in handling issues such as growth, crime and environmental preservation.
Regional planners hope to engage residents as officials study what kinds of redevelopment will take place along the 23-mile route between Summerville and downtown Charleston.
A new Charleston church hopes to illustrate there are many millennials who want to experience God through age-old sacraments, songs and traditions.
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