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Located in Berkeley county Goose Creek was officially established as a city in 1961. Long before then traders lived outside of Charleston trading with American Indians. These men were known as "Goose Creek Men" due to their proximity to Goose Creek. The Naval Nuclear Power School and Nuclear Power Training Unit are both located in Goose Creek. Until the 1990's the city was also home to many nuclear submarines.

Population: 29208
Local Newspapers: The Gazette
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Local Colleges: Columbia College

Zip Codes associated with goose creek, south carolina: 29445
Towns/Cities near goose creek, south carolina : College Park Ladson Hanahan North Charleston Summerville

Goose Creek News
Charleston area aluminum smelter left behind in wake of Trump's tariffs

A Century Aluminum worker inspects the pot line at the company's Mount Holly smelter near Goose Creek. Despite recently announced tariffs on foreign aluminum imports, company officials say electricity costs are too high to bring the Berkeley County plant back to full capacity.

Berkeley County population surge squeezes infrastructure

Berkeley County has changed from a mostly rural bedroom community into a growing region with new housing developments, growing congestion and international companies. Tim Callanan, Berkeley County's deputy supervisor of administration, said the county's ongoing transformation is apparent, particularly compared with when he moved there 20 years ago.

Reader photos: Too Pretty to Eat

I think this dessert belongs in an art gallery. However, after I took a few photos and admired it for a while, I finally decided to slowly and carefully dig in! This was the most spectacular dessert I have ever seen or tasted!" of Pineville, S.C., who took this photo in Cades Cove, Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee: "Would rather see 'em alive than on the table!" A treat for the eyes AND the stomach: Rice, benne, and oat pancake with fresh strawberries, fermented strawberries and whipped creme fraiche."

Talk of tariffs on steel and aluminum sparks mixed reactions in South Carolina

President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs may help the U.S. steel and aluminum industries, but they're likely to hurt a much broader group of businesses that employ far more workers, according to most trade experts. Trump has vowed to impose 25 percent tariffs next week on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum, which he says pose a threat to America's national security.

Several new restaurants coming to Charleston market

Famous Toastery restaurant is now open in West Ashley and Wingstop will tentatively open March 8 in a new outparcel building at Ashley Landing Shopping Center. Leroy Burnell/Staff Parking is set aside for retail customers at the new Oyster Park Apartments and commercial center off Ben Sawyer Boulevard in Mount Pleasant.

Driver accused of DUI in crash that killed two sisters and one man in North Charleston dies

Antwan Haskell, a North Charleston man suspected of driving under the influence after a crash that claimed three lives on Rivers Avenue, has died, authorities said Wednesday. Haskell, a 26-year-old Ottowa Avenue resident, was pronounced dead at Trident Medical Center from injuries suffered during the crash at Rivers and Remount Road, according to the Charleston County Coroner's Office.

DUI charge against senator dismissed

The day before Sen. Paul Campbell was to stand trial for a DUI charge, a judge has dismissed the case, according to the Post and Courier. Campbell, 71, of Goose Creek, had filed a motion asking a judge to reconsider dismissing the charge.

Investigator Michelle Reid fights for animals in the Lowcountry and beyond

Valiant animal rescue works to rehabilitate and rehome abused animals; oftentimes, care for these animals can exceed $20,000 per case It escalates quickly: A dog chained to a tree for hours in the blazing sun, an underfed horse with mangled mane and untrimmed hooves, a declawed cat left to fend for itself in the wild. It becomes crushing, stabbing, strangulation - ears cut off, ribs broken, jaws unhinged.

Driver charged in death of sisters, man in N. Charleston accident

Authorities have charged a man for an accident that took the lives of two sisters and a man in North Charleston. Police charged 26-year-old Antwan D. Haskell of North Charleston with three counts of felony DUI involving death, one count of felony DUI involving great bodily injury and reckless homicide.

Driver charged in death of sisters, man in N. Charleston accident

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC - Authorities have charged a man for an accident that took the lives of two sisters and a man in North Charleston. Police charged 26-year-old Antwan D. Haskell of North Charleston with three counts of felony DUI involving death, one count of felony DUI involving great bodily injury and reckless homicide.

Chemical manufacturer to open in Berkeley County

The first liquid sodium silicate production facility in South Carolina will open in Berkeley County in the summer, bringing the raw material closer to advanced manufacturers that use it in their production. The Charleston International Manufacturing Center plans to invest $20 million to launch the production operation at its industrial park and to hire 11 people to run it.

3 killed in wreck near South Carolina coast

The Charleston County Coroner's Office on Sunday said 25-year-old Jaivon Pelzer and 31-year-old Shanecquia Brooks, both of Goose Creek and 26-year-old Jasmine Brooks of Charleston died in the wreck Saturday. Police say the wreck happened around 2 a.m. Sunday when a vehicle ran a red light in North Charleston and struck a sedan.

Two sentenced in separate bribery, kickback schemes involving Joint...

Two people have been sentenced in connection with separate bribery and kickback schemes involving federal contracts awarded for construction at Joint Base Charleston. Joseph Hamrick, 68, of Goose Creek was sentenced to one year in prison with three years of supervised release for his role in receiving kickbacks from federal contracts, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in South Carolina.

Main Library presents quilt exhibit, Standing on the Shoulders of My Sisters

Throughout March, the Charleston County Public Library will feature a group quilt work exhibit, Standing on the Shoulders of My Sisters: Walking in the Shoes of Courage . The collection honors the ways that women of the African diaspora have shaped American society.

Live 5 Investigates: School Dropout Numbers

"That's a huge gap of income in an individual's household where they can make better decisions where their child is going to school, better eating habits in their household," Husser said. ropout rate improved in 2012 and 2013 but were higher in the three most recent years.

Grapevine: Charleston's African American museum fills Joe Riley's lesson plan

Former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley has been a driving force behind the International African American Museum since day one. File/Wade Spees/Staff The cable-stringing tower at the Nexans site in Berkeley County is said to be the tallest man-made structure in South Carolina.

Fisherman who drowned in Cooper River after falling overboard identified as Goose Creek man

The fisherman who drowned after falling overboard while fishing in a rice field on the Cooper River on Sunday morning has been identified as 46-year-old Lonnie East IV, the Berkeley County Coroner's Office said. Coroner Bill Salisbury ruled the death accidental, adding that nearby fishermen tried to intervene and save East before he became submerged.

Man's body found during Berkeley Co. search for fisherman who fell overboard

The body was that of a 46-year-old man from Goose Creek, according to the Berkeley County Coroner. Dispatchers confirm they called crews to respond to the "water mission" around 9 a.m. Sunday in the area near the Cypress Gardens Boat Ramp.

Burdette honored for career of service

Gerry was deputy city manager for Rock Hill. Dennis Harmon was city administrator for Goose Creek.

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