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The small children's picture book publisher Sylvan Dell Publishing has changed it's name this week to Arbordale Publishing.
The Charleston Animal Society honored the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission with an ambassador award for helping the organization become the first No Kill Community in the southeastern United States.
South Carolina lifestyle store, Palmetto Moon, is hosting two events in March for Gamecock fans to meet Connor Shaw.
Charleston County parents who want to transfer their children to schools they're not zoned to attend will go through a new application process this year.
Great Business Networking LLC is hosting a free expo on Thursday to help small businesses and individuals learn about health insurance options.
University School of the Lowcountry will have an Open House on Monday, March 10. The event will begin at 6 p.m. at USL's campus , and interested families are welcome to drop by and learn more about the school.
A new Miss Mount Pleasant and Miss Mount Pleasant Teen were crowned on Feb. 22 at the G.M. Fine Arts Building.
DUNCAN, William Jackson, 29, of Charleston, a residential builder, trim carpenter and owner and operator with J.D. Builders, died Sunday.
Cheryl Cargill/Journal Scene Debris piled alongside roadways will be picked up at an accelerated rate starting Monday when a private contractor takes over debris removal.
A 41-year-old Savannah man has been accused of impersonating a police officer to a woman he picked up at the Silver Dollar, a Charleston area nightclub, on Feb. 27. Mark Christopher DeWitt turned himself into Charleston police on Saturday and was later released on bond according to Charleston police spokesman Charles Francis.
More often than not, a lot of "talent" doesn't have plans during the day, and you can catch them at some of the favorite lunch spots around town: Butcher & Bee, Two Boroughs Larder, Xiao Bao Biscuit.
On the Menu provides the latest news from the Charleston area's extensive culinary community, including new restaurants, new menu items and upcoming events, as well as details about local chefs.
Well wishers wave to the Mrs. Judy Too during the annual Blessing of the Fleet Sunday at Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park in April 2011.