WHAT: Dorchester Habitat for Humanity Homeownership Orientation Meetings
Summerville Police Department’s Lt. Rick Peeples, 38, got his start in Summerville.
It will always be “Palmetto House” to those who recall its history, established as it was after Hurricane Hugo ravaged the Lowcountry.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday it’s solved the case into the murder of Drew Shumway, whose body was found in a storage shed …
The Dorchester County Sales Tax Transportation Authority met Tuesday to try to move Phase II of the Dorchester Road Project forward.
A proposed $37 million expansion for the Lake Moultrie water treatment facility outside Moncks Corner could mean slightly higher water bills for residents for all of Berkeley County and Summerville starting as soon as 2016.
People all over town cheered on the United States Men’s Soccer Team today as it took on Germany in the World Cup.
More than 100 people, including hospital board members and staff, government officials, and interested citizens gathered at about 10 a.m. Wednesday …
After three years and plenty of happy barks and wagging tails, Skydogs Family Dog Park is shutting its doors.
On June 21, 2014, the South Carolina Libertarian Party held its nomination convention and nominated the following federal and state officers—
H.G. Reynolds Company has submitted the low bid to build Dorchester County’s new detention center.
Leadership Dorchester plans to tackle the Sawmill Branch Trail as a community service project – and it kicked off on Third Thursday.
Bob Folkman likes to pose the question: do you know the difference between an old buffalo and a young buffalo?
The Summerville Journal Scene is pleased to welcome back veteran reporter Jim Tatum to its staff.
The Summerville Journal Scene welcomes Parade, the most widely read magazine in America, to its newspaper beginning Friday, July 4.
The official groundbreaking for the long-planned medical office/services building to be built adjacent to th hospital.
There’s an election happening today, but you wouldn’t know it by visiting the polling places.
With all 81 precincts reporting, Dorchester County failed to crack the 5 percent mark for voter turnout in today’s primary runoff.
Despite the heat and humidity, hundreds turned out Saturday to call for an end to violence and show support for area victims of violence.
In an effort to assist struggling homeowners, the Dorchester Prosperity Center will hold a free mortgage default clinic on Wednesday, June 25.
Paramedic Angie Johnson, 33, of Summerville, hails from Wisconsin.
On May 21 Summerville resident Mac McCullough and his brother Mike left for a camping/road trip around the country.
Texting while driving is now banned in South Carolina, thanks to a bill signed by Gov. Nikki Haley on June 5.
Dorchester County voters have another chance to decide who will be on the ballot in November in three races.
Summerville residents braved the hot weather to come out and enjoy June's Third Thursday.
Dorchester District 2 has appealed a jury award to a teacher who was demoted from assistant principal after allegations she didn’t report suspected abuse.
It’s not every day one sees the mayor and the police chief digging a ditch.
It’s one thing to put together a complicated, lengthy budget – but it’s quite another to make it understandable, much less useful, to anyone besides …
The Summerville Police Department is investigating another shots fired incident that happened about 7 p.m. Thursday near the Robynwyn neighborhood.
A third man wanted in a shooting death last week in St. Stephen was arrested Thursday morning in downtown Charleston, authorities said.Brandon Antwane Wigfall, 22, of Woodlawn Circle in Summerville will face a murder charge in the slaying of 41-year-old John David Morant of New York.Morant was fatally shot June 11 at 1020 Graham St.Maj. Rick …