The Dignity Project is an effort spearheaded by the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy that will unite a group of 20 Summerville elected officials, police officers, spiritual leaders, community activists and residents.
Rickey Dennis covers North Charleston and the religious community for The Post and Courier.
The city will host its first statewide competition when it welcomes the 2020 South Carolina High School League State Swim Meet scheduled for October 10 and October 12.
A North Charleston couple is enjoying what life is like after decades of answering God's call to serve congregations across the country.
Conservationists say the city's recent decision to revise its tree and river buffer rules are a rollback of environmental protections that safeguard communities and natural resources.
The Centers for Heirs' Property Preservation has awarded grants to nine organizations in African American neighborhoods across Charleston County as part of the center's Gullah History Preservation Project. The Center received $400,000 from the South Carolina Department of Archives and History for the effort, and also used funds to host courses on zoning, planning and historical preservation.
In an age where church membership has been on the decline, one house of worship continues to grow after withstanding the test of time for hundreds of years.
The Charleston Ocean Racing Association voted Thursday to keep its current flag, a symbol that has divided the group, with many saying the burgee too closely resembles the Confederate battle flag.
The Charleston Ocean Racing Association voted to keep its current burgee, which resembles the Confederate battle flag. Provided