Leading retailer opens another new store location in South CarolinaKristen WaltersNewsBreak Contributor
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Thousands dead in South Florida from fentanyl-involved overdoses
NBC 6- Family photos show Kelsy Davis growing up: having fun on a skateboard, celebrating milestones, and becoming a father. He lived in Summerville, a small town in South Carolina home to around 13,000 families and a mother who clings to a life gone too soon. “It’s too hard for...
Report: Sisters shoot at each other during argument
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - An argument between two sisters led to guns being drawn and shots fired early Friday morning, authorities said. Jazzmen Lesston, 32, was charged with discharging firearms into a dwelling and unlawful conduct toward a child, jail records show. Officers with the North Charleston Police Department heard...
Dog Found Chained To Tree With No Food In Berkeley County Woods
Berkeley County Animal Center is currently caring for a dog found chained to a tree in the woods with no food, water or shelter. The post Dog Found Chained To Tree With No Food In Berkeley County Woods first appeared on The Berkeley Observer.
Deputies search for Ravenel woman missing since mid-May
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to be on the lookout for a woman who disappeared two weeks ago. Sabrina Ott, 29, was reported missing from the Ravenel area. Her family told deputies they last saw her on May 19 but they have not heard from her since then.
Man, 26, arrested in North Charleston gas station shooting
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – A 26-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a shooting that happened at a gas station off Rivers Avenue on Wednesday afternoon. Xavier Holmes was apprehended by detectives on Thursday and is being charged with first-degree assault and battery. Officers with the North Charleston Police Department responded to a […]
Bonneau Man Charged In Fatal Motorcycle Crash In Moncks Corner
A motorcyclist died Wednesday morning following a collision with a vehicle in Moncks Corner. A Bonneau man is now facing charges. The post Bonneau Man Charged In Fatal Motorcycle Crash In Moncks Corner first appeared on The Berkeley Observer.
Goose Police Seek Public Feedback For Accreditation
The Goose Creek Police Department is asking the public to fill out a short, 10-question citizen survey online. The post Goose Police Seek Public Feedback For Accreditation first appeared on The Berkeley Observer.
Berkeley Co. man charged with criminal solicitation of a minor
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCSC) - The South Carolina Attorney General’s Office says a 54-year-old Bonneau man was arrested after trying to meet someone he believed to be a minor for sex. Richard Edward Mitchell was charged with one count of criminal solicitation of a minor. Members of the Internet Crimes...
Charleston Animal Society waiving dog adoption fees
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The Charleston Animal Society (CAS) is waiving adoption fees June 2-4 amid a “life-threatening” overcrowding crisis. CAS said that it is out of room to care for the dogs that are already in the shelter, so it is also suspending all adult dog intakes until the population is at a manageable level.
Status hearing and jury trial pushed back for man beaten in Crawford County viral video
A status hearing and a jury trial have been pushed back for a South Carolina man beaten by Crawford County sheriff's deputies.
Latino Association of South Carolina protests Florida immigration bill in North Charleston
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Thursday evening, the Latino Association of South Carolina gathered outside of North Charleston City Hall to protest Florida Senate Bill 1718, a law that restricts businesses from hiring undocumented immigrants. “We as Latinos, we are in the state of South Carolina and all over...
Berkeley County Urges Residents To Prep For Hurricane Season
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. – With Thursday marking the official start of the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season, Berkeley County emergency management officials are urging residents to get ready. The six-month season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30. “We want all Berkeley County citizens and their families to be prepared since we live in an area that is susceptible to these […] The post Berkeley County Urges Residents To Prep For Hurricane Season first appeared on The Berkeley Observer.
Berkeley Animal Center At ‘Critical Level’
Berkeley Animal Center said it's in dire need of foster families to help take in some of the animals housed at its shelter. The post Berkeley Animal Center At ‘Critical Level’ first appeared on The Berkeley Observer.
South Carolina shrimping season begins with local sales on the decline
BEAUFORT COUNTY, S.C. (WTGS) — Thursday was the official start of South Carolina’s shrimping season, and Lowcountry fishermen are already out on the water looking for the best catch. Veteran shrimpers like Craig Reaves, owner of Sea Eagle Market in Beaufort, S.C., left the docks last night to...
Dorchester School District Two Promotes Three Administrators
The Dorchester School District Two Board of Trustees met May 30, 2023, and promoted three administrators, effective July 1, 2023. Alice Kelley will serve as Principal at Gregg Middle School; Ebony Summers-Fogel will serve as Director of Personnel – Secondary; and Jennifer Tracy will serve as Principal at River Oaks Middle School.
Park Circle Pride Festival returns for its third year
Park Circle Pride Festival hosts more than 40 events over six days to kick off June’s Pride Month. More than 20 businesses in North Charleston’s Park Circle neighborhood will participate in the festivities from June 6 through June 11. The festival describes itself as “an annual week of celebration, education, inclusiveness, and fun for all ages.”
44 Citations, 65 Warnings Issued Memorial Day Weekend: BCSO
In an effort to keep drivers safe and minimize accidents over the Memorial Day weekend, Berkeley County deputies stayed busy conducting traffic safety operations. The post 44 Citations, 65 Warnings Issued Memorial Day Weekend: BCSO first appeared on The Berkeley Observer.
Harris Teeter to celebrate Summerville fuel center opening with discount
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCBD)- Harris Teeter will offer customers a chance to save on gas this weekend as it celebrates the grand opening of a new fuel center in Summerville. Between June 2 and June 4, customers can get 40 cents off per gallon at the Sawmill Village Fuel Center located at 604 Bacons Bridge Road. […]
What drives you crazy? The “dangerous” intersection of SC 165 and Highway 17 in Ravenel
RAVENEL, S.C. (WCBD) – Traffic patterns, potholes, speeding, and more – our team is working to find solutions to problems that are driving you crazy on the roads. Over the past few weeks, News 2 has heard from many of you about problems on the roadways – but one issue had stood out more than […]
Lawyers allege apartments were a “tinderbox” in new wrongful death suit
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCSC) - In a new wrongful death lawsuit filed in Dorchester County, lawyers allege that the Summerville Station Apartments were a “veritable tinderbox” before a deadly fire broke out last September. Freni Hazare and her teenage son Dhruve Chokshi died in their own apartment during the...
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