Dorchester School Distrtict 2 board members are considering ways to keep residents more abreast on changes in district policies via the website.
After an unwelcome flood-induced hiatus, the Scrumptious Summerville Kitchen Tour returns Sunday.
Locals watched history be made over the weekend with help from the Summerville-Dorchester Museum.
County officials and community members met in County Council chambers in Summerville Monday to again talk bees — but this time, the conversation focused on alternatives to eradicating area...
The Green Wave volleyball team picked up a non-region win over Cane Bay Sept. 22.
The Fort Dorchester football team defeated another Lowcounrty opponent in convincing fashion Friday.
The Summerville girls’ cross-country team placed fifth out of 37 teams in the invitational division for the Hare and Hounds Invitational at McAlpine Creek Park in Charlotte.
Ashley Ridge forced four first-half turnovers to get an early lead and held off a hard-charging Summerville team for a 24-21 win.
On Aug. 27 Pren Woods, social studies teacher at Alston Middle, conducted his annual hands-on capitalism lesson where students interacted with vendors at the Summerville Farmers’ Market and...
DuBose Middle Students in Jenn Dreyer and Kara Greer’s class harvested eggplant and parsley from the DMS garden and prepared a vegetable dip for a health and wellness tasting. Students had the...
The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics and the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities are hosting a joint information session for...
Pinewood Preparatory School is pleased to announce that current senior Eric Jewel has earned recognition by The College Board as a National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist.
Carolina One Real Estate announced that Felicia Maria Gallant has affiliated with the Summerville Main Street office.
The Frances R. Willis SPCA in Summerville announces its first annual Pet Photo Contest Calendar.
Summerville Music Club will kick off this year’s programs with popular pianist Chris Ward and harpist Mary Kathleen Ruddy at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27 in St Luke’s Lutheran Church,...
We Americans continue to live under the dark cloud of racial conflict, when the truth and solution is right in front of us.
As you read this, I expect that I am lost somewhere in the Francis Marion National Forest. Not to worry, I’m here with my youngest son Sam, who has accompanied his father on many adventures.