• Have You Seen This Man? Hanahan Police Want To Know

    HANAHAN, S.C.–Hanahan Police need the public’s help identifying the man in the photo on the left. According to cops, on Wednesday shortly before 10 a.m. a black, enclosed trailer was stolen from the yard of a Hanahan homeowner near Belvedere Drive at Murray Drive. Witness accounts provided a driver and vehicle description. Investigators were able to get a hold of […]

    Courtesy: Hanahan Police Department
  • Berkeley County School District Conducts Crisis Simulation

    BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C.–The Berkeley County School District practiced its responses to a simulated crisis at the Cainhoy Elementary and Middle School this morning. District staff and principals coordinated the planning and execution of the crisis simulation with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Berkeley County Emergency Preparedness Department, Berkeley County EMS and Cainhoy Fire Department. Law enforcement, first responders and School […]

    Berkeley County School District Conducts Crisis Simulation
  • St. Stephen Home Destroyed By Fire, Red Cross Assists Victims

    ST. STEPHEN, S.C.–American Red Cross disaster-trained volunteers were on the scene following an early morning fire, which destroyed a home, located on Betaw Street, St. Stephen, of a family of three adults. The St. Stephen Fire Department responded to the blaze. The Red Cross provided funds for food and clothing, as well as comfort kits, containing personal hygiene items, and referrals […]

    St. Stephen Home Destroyed By Fire, Red Cross Assists Victims
  • Berkeley County Council Suspends Sunday “Blue Laws”

    BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C.–On Monday night, council unanimously voted to suspend the Sunday work ordinance or “Blue Laws” in Berkeley County. Blue laws, known also as Sunday laws, date back as far as the mid-1700s. They are laws designed to restrict or ban some or all Sunday activities for religious reasons. In Berkeley County, the work ordinance prohibited individuals from working before 1:30 p.m. […]

    Berkeley County Council Suspends Sunday “Blue Laws”
  • 23rd Annual Catfish Festival In St. Stephen Drawing Near

    ST. STEPHEN, S.C.–The town of St. Stephen is currently gearing up for its 23rd annual catfish festival that kicks off March 28th. There will be lots of food, rides and music for the entire family to enjoy. The group, Phileos, will be performing from 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. and again from 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. You can listen to their music by clicking […]

    23rd Annual Catfish Festival In St. Stephen Drawing Near
  • Santee Cooper Kicks Off Spring Mini-Bond Sale

    MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – Santee Cooper Mini-Bonds, which are tax exempt, are available for purchase by residents of South Carolina, customers of Santee Cooper, members of the state’s electric cooperatives, electric customers of the city of Georgetown and electric customers of the Bamberg Board of Public Works. The term “tax-exempt” means exempt from federal and South Carolina income taxes for South […]

    Santee Cooper Kicks Off Spring Mini-Bond Sale
  • Stratford High Student Is State Wrestling Champ, Again

    BERKELEY COUNTY– Stratford High School Senior, TJ Deveaux, won his second consecutive state wrestling championship. Deveaux participated in the state competition at the end of February at the Civic Center of Anderson.  He wrestled one match on Friday and two on Saturday. He won the Finals match 8-3 to conclude his senior season overall record 38-1 and in-state record 34-0. Deveaux completes […]

    Pictured: TJ Deveaux
  • 1850s Plantation In Berkeley County On The Market For $1.4 Million

    BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C.–If you’ve ever wanted to own a piece of Berkeley County history, now you can–if you can afford it. According to the realty website Trulia.com, Gippy Plantation in Moncks Corner is currently on the market. It was listed on the site approximately two weeks ago. The 6,528 square foot plantation sits on nearly five acres of land and comes equipped […]

    Pictured: Gippy Plantation
  • Senator Larry Grooms Joins BP Cooper River Plant For Town Hall

    BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C.–South Carolina State Senator Larry Grooms joined employees from BP’s Cooper River Plant for a town hall Monday to discuss a host of issues ranging from the local economy to the need for transportation infrastructure development. Approximately 60 BP employees attended the event. Grooms is the Chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee and represents Berkeley and Charleston Counties, […]

    .  From left to right: Pedro Acosta, Samantha Lorio, Jeff Rehrig, Sen. Grooms, Robert Dehay, James Shiveley and Marianne Andrews.
  • 4-H Youth Gardening Contest Accepting Applications From Berkeley Co.

    BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C.–The SC 4-H Youth Development Programs have a new short term project for youth who are interested in gardening. The Small Garden Project will allow youth ages 5 – 19 to learn how to prepare,  plant, maintain and harvest a small garden. A contest record book will also be submitted for judging.  Seeds will be provided for one […]

    4-H Youth Gardening Contest Accepting Applications From Berkeley Co.
 
 

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Berkeley County Council Suspends Sunday “Blue Laws”

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BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C.–Berkeley County First Steps and the Berkeley-Dorchester Head Start programs were awarded a $1,500 grant by The Cooper River Bridge Fund to organize...

 

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