The Charleston County Probate Court raised the hopes of gay couples across the state by accepting applications for same-sex marriages Wednesday, but Thursday reversed course and said it would await direction from higher courts before issuing the licenses.
Bond was set at $460,000 for the man accused of holding captive and assaulting a 21-year-old man at a Sangaree home.
A Summerville woman on her way to work Thursday morning was killed when she was hit by a truck on the Berlin G. Myers Parkway.
Zion Thomas just happens to be buddies with Sen. Tim Scott.
Two survivors of familial violence spoke Monday about the moments when someone saw them -- truly saw them – and reached out to help.
With a number of concerns about traffic and keeping Summerville’s historic flavor alive, Summerville’s Board of Architectural Review (BAR) chose not …
State and federal law enforcement agencies may be showing professional interest in several South Carolina legislators, including Summerville’s Rep. Jenny Horne, and how and why they voted during the February re-election of State Supreme Court Chief Justice Jean Toal.
At 12:25 p.m. Summerville Fire and Rescue and Old Fort Fire and Rescue responded to a fire that started on the roof of an apartment building at …
On Oct. 11 “change” will be the theme of a very important dinner for the Summerville Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People).
Mayor Bill Collins, riding Bertha, leads a parade of fire trucks through town Monday night to the Fire Prevention Display. Trucks from Summerville, …
The Charleston Human Services Commission is seeking local help to further its mission.
Dorchester County Habitat for Humanity celebrated its 50th home built during a special dedication ceremony held Oct. 2.
She felt like she was walking in a fog – like it could not be happening to her.
Before becoming a paramedic, 28-year-old Brandon Darby said he wanted to be a teacher.
Douglas Briggs hopes his latest appearance in Dorchester County Magistrate’s Court will finally bury the bone his neighbor has to pick about Briggs’ …
Jerry and Donna Gosnell’s property was once so lovely that people regularly mistook it for a public park.
The Dorchester County Republican Party has elected a new interim chairman.
From historic houses to a new boutique hotel, Heyward Hutson is hoping to raise awareness about Summerville’s historic district.
Julie Huso believes families are the most effective voices for their disabled loved ones.
A number of business owners and area residents have aired concerns over raised concrete medians recently installed along Dorchester Road at the …
A Summerville man may be wondering whether some relationships are worth the trouble.
The Dorchester District Two Education Foundation is asking for monetary donations to support school programs.
The Dorchester County Republican Party will elect a chairman to fill the unexpired term of former Chairman Jordan Bryngelson during a special election to be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 1.
Sandy Conroy comes from a long line of teachers.
Four Shades of Red opens Friday at the Lowcountry Artists Gallery on East Bay Street, Charleston.
Dorchester District Two end-of-course exam results are in and, according to Sean Alford, officials are “excited.”
More than 100 volunteers were getting their hands dirty Sept. 27, when they took on the Sawmill Branch Trail.
The Community Resource Center is hosting a neighborhood meet and greet Thursday in Wassamassaw Park.