The Dorchester School District 2 Board of Trustees took another step toward improving bus services during its Jan. 12 meeting.
Dorchester District Two is hoping to advertise a request for proposals (RFP) for the aquatic center by the end of the month.
Richard H. Rosebrock Park will soon receive some new and interesting amenities, thanks to a grant from Palmetto Pride, a non-profit organization …
The Frances R. Willis SPCA and Animal Shelter is seeking temporary warm homes for warm furry bodies.
Razeen Basunia, 12-year-old eighth-grader from Rollings Middle School of the Arts, is the returning champion of Dorchester District Two’s …
Local foodies have a shot at being on television this month.
In celebration of Martin Luther King Day, the Summerville NAACP and Dorchester County Democratic Party are hosting a MLK Rally, starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 19, at Hutchinson Square in Summerville.
Summerville Rocks!, like so many of Jane Orenstein’s projects, began as an idea to help the community.
The Town of Summerville is entering a contract with Clawson & Staubes out of Charleston for legal representation in the lawsuit that was filed …
Five Loaves Opening Night (Photos by Keri Whitaker)
Aside from election of officers, the Dorchester School District 2 Board of Trustees’ first meeting of 2015 appeared to largely be an …
Rep. Mark Sanford spent a little time – lunchtime, actually – with area constituents Monday.
DD2 has scheduled a workshop, executive session and Aquatic Center Committee meeting on Jan. 15.
Three houses subject to demolition are still up for grabs to make room for Summerville’s new boutique hotel; otherwise there will …
Summerville Police are cautioning residents, particularly older residents, to be wary of people going door-to-door selling services.
Summerville is exploring the best way to respond to a recent lawsuit filed by citizens upset about the new boutique hotel.
Hollywood is coming to Summerville.
Vernida (Penney) Hill and Michael H. Murphy, III were sworn in as associate municipal judges for Summerville on Jan. 7. Murphy and Hill will fill the …
Dorchester County honored some of its own during County Council’s Jan. 5 meeting, including the county’s Employee of the Year.
The man killed in a collision between a pickup truck and tractor trailer Monday afternoon, Jan. 12, has been identified as John Mitchell Jr., 44, of Summerville, according to Berkeley County Deputy Coroner Kristin Mazzell.
The Palmetto South Carolina Region of the American Red Cross is in need of disaster relief volunteers.
The Department of Health and Environmental Control is reminding South Carolinians to test their homes for radon during National Radon Action Month, …
A plethora of housing units are in the planning process of being built across from Trotters Ridge in Summerville.
Despite already meeting once in the past week, Summerville’s Board of Architectural Review is meeting again Jan. 12 to discuss final approval for the demolition of five buildings.
Police Chief Bruce Owens armed himself with reports detailing incidents at The Ville on Miles Jamison Road, all geared toward Wednesday’s public safety committee meeting and persuading the town to shut down the club.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office has arrested five in connection with a number of thefts that totaled to hundreds of thousands of dollars in …
Dorchester District Two’s newly-assembled aquatic center committee is hoping to kick the year off by communicating with partners and the public.
The North Charleston Police Department is searching for a bank robbery suspect in connection with an incident Thursday, Jan. 8.
Christie Bailey O’Rear, assistant principal at Summerville High School, has been placed on administrative leave following her arrest for driving under the influence.
Even as BAR members voted Monday evening to give preliminary approval to The Dorchester, opponents were ready with arguments that the vote was …