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NCPD investigating reported shooting on Dorchester road
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The North Charleston Police Department (NCPD) is investigating a Thursday night shooting. According to NCPD, the incident happened on the 4100 block of Dorchester Road near the A-1 store around 8:30 p.m. The scene was active as of 8:45 p.m. with multiple agencies responding...
Farm-Fresh and Customized: Salthouse Catering's Decade of Exceptional Service in Charleston, SC
Salthouse Catering, a farm-fresh, full-service catering company based in Charleston, is a great choice for couples looking for a customized menu tailored to their wedding's style and budget.
Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Celebrates 70 Year Music Ministry of First Lady Mrs. Ethel lee Wright
Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate the 70-year music ministry of its First Lady, Mrs. Ethel Lee Wright, with a three-day Music Institute June 21st-23rd. Dr. Barbara McNeely Bouie, nationally known church music clinician and music consultant to the African Methodist Episcopal Church, will conduct the 2-day workshop (June 21-22) teaching the choir her arrangement of God’s Trombones. The Institute will culminate Friday, June 23 at 7pm with a public concert featuring the Workshop Choir.
City presents options for redevelopment of old Piggly Wiggly in West Ashley
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The redevelopment of the old Piggly Wiggly site near the Northbridge in West Ashley is continuing to move forward. The city of Charleston presented three options to community members to hear their feedback on which option they preferred Thursday night. Stormwater, traffic and noise were among...
River Rd. reopens after crash involving motorcycle
CHARLESTON COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a crash that sent one person to the hospital. Deputies say a crash involving a motorcyclist shut down River Road between Brownswood Road and Swygert Boulevard for about an hour Thursday afternoon. The crash was reported just...
Smoke from Canadian wildfires could impact Lowcountry
MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) – Smoke from the recent Canadian wildfires has been moving down the east coast rapidly. The haze is causing major health concerns in Northeastern cities like New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. There is a slight haze in the air across the Lowcountry and local officials say the best way to […]
Charleston breaks ground on affordable housing unit
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The City of Charleston on Thursday held a groundbreaking ceremony for the latest installment of affordable housing units. Bermuda Pointe Towns , located on Ashley River Road, will provide “affordable/workforce housing to those who work, live, or would like to live in the City of Charleston.”
City of Isle of Palms Recreation Department and Island Turtle Team to Host a Sea Stroll & Learn
The City of Isle of Palms Recreation Department and Island Turtle Team will host a Sea Stroll & Learn on the beach at 25th Avenue on Thursday, July 13th, 2023, at 7:30 am. The event is FREE for residents and visitors. This event is the first in a series offered...
Mt. Pleasant native retiring from professional baseball
MT. PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) – Mt. Pleasant native Nick Ciuffo was once one of the top catching prospects in the country. After being drafted in the first round by Tampa Bay in 2013, Nick spent nine seasons between the minors and the Bigs. This past weekend, he officially announced his retirement from the game he […]
Deputy named in Mother's Day collision lawsuit was suspended for 'reprehensible' officer safety
CHARLESTON COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) — The Charleston County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) has provided the letter of suspension for a former deputy facing a lawsuit over a fatal 2022 collision. Former deputy Clinton Sacks is one of the defendants in the lawsuit connected to the deaths of Stephanie Dantzler and...
Charleston man sentenced to 5 years in prison for arson during downtown riots
A Charleston man was sentenced Wednesday to five years in federal prison for his role in the May 2020 riots that ravaged downtown Charleston.
Ceremony Retires Old American Flags
The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 3137, held its semiannual Flag Retirement Ceremony May 13, at the new Patriots Courtyard in front of the VFW post on Ocean Boulevard on the Isle of Palms. All VFW Posts provide a dignified retirement of old and tattered American Flags. Post Commander Bo...
North Charleston woman accused of using duplicate title to get car loan
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The State Law Enforcement Division has charged a North Charleston woman in connection with a fraudulent title loan. Quinyah Simmons, 23, is charged with obtaining money by false pretenses, SLED spokesperson Renee Wunderlich said. Court documents allege Simmons obtained a duplicate South Carolina title for...
Suspect arrested in May shooting at North Charleston motel
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - North Charleston Police say a 33-year-old man has been arrested in a shooting at a motel last month. Hikeem Ishmar George Clinton is charged with attempted murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and unlawful possession of a handgun according to jail records.
Charleston man wins $300K after using change to buy lottery ticket
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – A Lowcountry man is celebrating a lottery victory after his $10 in change turned into a six-figure payday. State lottery officials said the lucky winner was on his way to work when he stopped at the College Corner on Coming Street to purchase a scratch-off ticket. “It was a spur-of-the-moment decision,” […]
Hurricane lane reversal drill happening Thursday
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – A full-scale hurricane evacuation exercise will take place along I-26 and other routes Thursday as agencies test the state’s lane reversal process. In Charleston, lane reversal now begins at the intersection of the 197 mile marker at Nexton Parkway and Interstate 26. The lane reversal was moved further up the interstate […]
Beach communities remind swimmers to beware of sharks
ISLE OF PALMS, S.C. (WCBD) – Following a reported shark sighting Wednesday and recent shark bite on the Isle of Palms (IOP), beach communities are reminding visitors to respect the environment while enjoying the beach. Both IOP and neighboring Sullivan’s Island urged beachgoers to “exercise caution” and respect the...
Project Cool Breeze begins summer distribution
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Project Cool Breeze will host Saturday its first distribution of the season. State Representative Wendell Gilliard founded Project Cool Breeze in May of 1999. The annual initiative aims to provide fans and portable air conditioning to senior citizens as temperatures rise during the summer. Distributions are for qualifying seniors aged 60 […]
This Historical Mansion is the Largest Home in South Carolina
If you are a fan of history and large mansions, then this might be the story for you. Whenever we think of real estate, we think of all of these new and large mansions that are coming about. But, there are a few older homes that really take the cake for “large.” If you were wondering what is the largest home in South Carolina, then you may want to look at this mansion that you can still ride past you may want to look at.
Who will be impacted most by FEMA’s new flood insurance pricing method?
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – FEMA’s new flood insurance pricing methodology under the National Flood Insurance Program could change how much homeowners in Charleston pay for flood insurance. Mark Friedlander, a spokesperson for the Insurance Information Institute, said the new method, Risk Rating 2.0, is an update to a system that was antiquated and bleeding money. […]
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