FOOD FRIDAY: Short Grain and Embers & Ashes
On this week's edition of Food Friday, we hit Upper King and sample a new twist on ramen and one delicious collaboration.
Free Meals for Furloughed Workers in Moncks Corner
Many furloughed workers across the Lowcountry are facing the decision of putting dinner on the table or keeping the heat on.
Recognizing excellence in Preservation – 65th Annual Carolopolis Awards
When you wander through downtown Charleston, it’s easy to lose track of the time studying the architectural beauty of the centuries old homes we love so dearly. It takes a lot of love, sweat and tears to keep these structures looking like they did when they were first constructed. The Preservation Society of Charleston is […]
Local Show “Annie” Brings in Up and Coming Talent
It's a timeless classic that has delighted children you and old on stages from Broadway to Main Street and will be making a stop here in Charleston. We sit down with a young actress playing the title role in "Annie".
BCSD Considers Attendance Line Changes
People in Berkeley County School District will hear about a proposed attendance line changes in a meeting today.
Medical Marijuana Reactions in South Carolina
There is a push to legalize medical marijuana in South Carolina.
Fort Sumter Reopens Thanks to Donations
Fort Sumter National Monument will reopen its doors today thanks to donations from a private tour company.
Coastal Carolina University Rape Case
Geanie Thurman, a student at Coastal Carolina University, claims that was raped by another student in her dorm room.
New Pick-Up Procedure At Wando High School
Starting today, administrators and Mount Pleasant police are enforcing a new pick-up procedure at Wando High School.