Multiple Tragic Car Crashes Rattle South CarolinaGreenville Daily BugleNewsBreak Contributor
Cornbread Like Never Before: Awendaw's Innovative RecipesMicheal KnightNewsBreak Contributor
The Fall of Charleston: A Turning Point in the American RevolutionZap Break NewsNewsBreak Contributor
This 300-Year-Old South Carolina Theatre is said to be Haunted by the Ghost of NettieThe LanternNewsBreak Contributor
Remembering Hurricane Hugo: South Carolina's Battle Against Nature's FuryGale from HRNewsBreak Contributor
Multiple Tragic Car Crashes Rattle South Carolina
Tragedy struck Spartanburg County, South Carolina, on Saturday night as a fiery crash involving a car hauler resulted in the deaths of five individuals on Interstate 26. The incident occurred around 9:30 p.m. near mile-marker 12, affecting both westbound and eastbound lanes, close to the Highway 292 exit.
3 Killed In Goose Creek Double-Murder Suicide Identified
The Berkeley County Coroner's Office has identified three people killed in what Goose Creek police are calling an apparent double-murder suicide. The post 3 Killed In Goose Creek Double-Murder Suicide Identified first appeared on The Berkeley Observer.
Goose Creek business closed indefinitely following structure fire
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is actively investigating the scene of a commercial structure fire in Goose Creek. Officials with the City of Goose Creek Fire Department say they responded at 10:07 p.m. Saturday to the Creekside Center shopping complex on reports of a structure fire.
Coroner identifies woman who died from injuries in Berkeley Co. crash
MONCKS CORNER, S.C. (WCSC) - The Berkeley County Coroner’s Office has identified the Moncks Corner woman who died two days after a crash on Interstate 26. Stacy Lantz, 52, died Saturday at an area hospital from injuries she suffered in a traffic accident, Coroner Darnell Hartwell said. The crash...
Three dead in three hours following two collisions in N. Charleston
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The North Charleston Police Department says it responded to two fatal overnight collisions Friday night and Saturday morning. Public Information Officer Harve Jacobs says the first incident occurred Friday night around 10. Officers responded to Rivers Avenue near Otranto Road following reports of a motorcycle accident.
Coroner IDs 2 killed in early-morning Saturday crash
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The Dorchester County Coroner says a driver and his passenger died in a single-vehicle crash early Saturday morning. Alan Aguilar, 18, of Hanahan; and Kathering Garcia-Nativi, 20, of North Charleston died in the crash, Coroner Paul Brouthers said. Authorities said the crash happened at approximately...
This 300-Year-Old South Carolina Theatre is said to be Haunted by the Ghost of Nettie
If you are in the Charleston area, there are plenty of things to do, like the beach. But not every day in South Carolina is hot with plenty of sun. What if you needed somewhere to bring a date or a spouse? I have you covered! Allow me to introduce you to the Dock Street Theatre!
North Charleston's Pizza Paradise: 5 Pizzas You Can't Miss
In this article, we explore five exceptional pizzerias in North Charleston. Have you had the chance to savor their offerings yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Goose Creek, February 27 High School ⚽ Game Notice
The Porter Gaud High School soccer team will have a game with Goose Creek High School on February 27, 2024, 18:00:00 CST. Building the Complete Soccer Athlete: Train Like a Pro!.
Man faces life sentence on federal hate crime charges
A man faces a possible life sentence on federal charges after the killing of a transgender woman in the LowCountry. Daqua Lameek Ritter was found guilty of a hate crime, weapons violation and obstruction of justice this past week.
Remembering Hurricane Hugo: South Carolina's Battle Against Nature's Fury
Hurricane Hugo, a formidable Category 4 storm, struck South Carolina with an unprecedented ferocity that transformed the state in myriad ways. Making landfall just north of Charleston on September 22, 1989, Hugo left a trail of destruction that had long-lasting environmental, economic, and societal impacts on South Carolina.
The Mother of the Movement: Septima Clark
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Walking down Wentworth Street in downtown Charleston you will see College of Charleston’s Kappa Sigma Fraternity House. The property is where Septima Poinsette Clark was born on May 3rd, 1898. The American educator and civil rights activist played a crucial role in Charleston’s history, but her impact was much larger than […]
Embark on a Culinary Journey: Goose Creek's 6 Must-Visit Mexican Restaurants
This article presents a selection of six Mexican restaurants located in Goose Creek. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below:
Some major East Coast cities are sinking as sea levels rise, study finds
Satellite imagery taken of the U.S. East Coast shows major regions are sinking, which scientists warn could threaten infrastructure, farmland and wetlands for more than a 2,000-mile stretch of coastline.
Motorcyclist dies following collision on Rivers Avenue: NCPD
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — A motorcyclist is dead following a collision in North Charleston Friday evening. According to the North Charleston Police Department (NCPD), officers responded to the collision on Rivers Avenue near Otranto Road. Police say the motorcyclist left the roadway, hit a pole in the grass,...
The week ahead: A warm close to February and an unsettled start to March
Sunday’s chill yields to a much warmer few days to start the new week and close out February. After a chilly start in the upper 30s, temperatures on Monday will rise into the low 70s, several degrees warmer than we reached on Sunday, thanks to plenty of sunshine and winds starting to go southerly as surface high pressure moves offshore. The warming trend continues for Tuesday and Wednesday, with lows in the low 50s on Tuesday yielding to highs in the mid-70s in the afternoon. Wednesday will start well above normal — think upper 50s — before temperatures make a run at 80° in the afternoon despite a mix of sun and clouds.
Three dead following two collisions in North Charleston
Mount Pleasant pastor receives emotional surprise after kidney transplant
MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD)- A pastor in Mount Pleasant is back at his church after having a kidney transplant, and an emotional surprise was waiting for him before the service. Reverand Alonzo Redic III is the pastor at Friendship AME Church but hasn’t been able to preach for weeks. “I come today with a whole […]
Summerville Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 84 Incidents and 3 Crime Stories
Summerville Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 84 Incidents and 3 Crime Stories. During the last week, the place of Summerville reported a total of 84 crime cases. The data shows that 'Other' type of incidents were the most common, with a count of 22. This was closely followed by 'Suspicious Situation' cases which were reported 18 times. 'Theft' and 'Assault' cases were also significant, with 11 and 10 cases respectively. 'Domestic Related' incidents were reported 9 times, and 'Arrests' were made on 7 occasions. More severe cases like 'Shooting', 'Vandalism', and 'Trespass' were relatively less, with 3, 3, and 1 cases respectively. This distribution of crime types indicates a higher prevalence of non-violent crimes in Summerville over the past week. However, the presence of violent crimes such as assault and shooting, albeit in fewer numbers, adds a serious note to the crime situation in the place.