Two final summer canning classes are scheduled during the month of September. Jams and Jellies will be taught Sept. 6 in Moncks Corner.
Green Wave volleyball coach Rachel Page is expecting her team to improve on last year’s performance.
The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1 in observance of the Labor Day state holiday.
On Aug. 23 Summerville’s Farmer’s Market was bustling with its usual crowd of people looking for fresh produce or maybe a craft or two.
Dorchester District Two’s ACT scores are somewhat lower this year than last, but the district is not seeing it as a “decline” or a “dip” because officials were expecting a low composite score.
TriCounty Link wants to know what you think.
Dorchester County’s new incoming Parks and Recreation Director spent a few minutes with the county Parks and Recreation Committee during its meeting Tuesday night.
The stated purpose of a new bell and bus schedule for Dorchester District Two is to “advance academic achievement for all students,” but some …
In an effort to keep state waterways safe during the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division will again be conducting courtesy safety inspections at some public boat landings.
Growing up, Julie R. Smith remembers when her dad would come home every night: he would get the newspaper, sit down and read the paper – front, back, …
Two years ago Louis L. Smith learned the school board business is not a job to take lightly.
Goose Creek resident Emily Elegado has been “on vacation” for much of the summer ...
“American Rehab: Charleston,” a new television show featuring home renovations from across the country, with this edition focused on the Charleston …
Summerville residents can expect no millage increase for 2015.
Questions about exactly what led to the arrest of a Summerville High School student will probably have to be answered in court.
State Sen. Sean Bennett was recently recognized for his environmentally friendly voting record by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina.
The Dorchester Prosperity Center is partnering with the First Circuit Solicitor's Office to host a Dorchester Expungement Clinic.The clinic will educate residents about:Expungement ProcessCharges Eligible for Expungement Cost of Expungements Expungement Contacts at the Dorchester County First Circuit Solicitor's Office This event will help those …
This school year most Dorchester District Two schools are welcoming more students -- and as a result four schools are welcoming a bundle of mobile …
A portion of U.S. 78 was closed for about 20 minutes today to allow a medical helicopter to land. The S.C. Highway Patrol said there was a collision near S.C. 27 and I-26 at 3 p.m. involving a dump truck filled with rock. One person had to be airlifted to MUSC in unknown condition, according to the highway patrol. Southbound 78 was closed but …
A Summerville man’s cautious plans for his lottery winnings have apparently irked his wife, according to the S.C. Education Lottery.
Innovative Machining Technology, Inc. (IMT), a global supplier of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) components for the power generation industry, is opening a new manufacturing facility in Dorchester County. The $7.8 million investment is expected to create 45 new jobs.
When choosing a career, paramedic Andy Smith knew he wanted a field that would offer variety.
The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to help ensure a stable and diverse blood supply by giving blood in honor of National Sickle Cell Awareness Month this September.
A Summerville man has died after a crash in Comanche County, Oklahoma. William Crubaugh, 47, died Saturday. His wife, Barbara Crubaugh, 47, was in critical condition at OU Medical Center. Read more in the Lawton Constitution: http://bit.ly/1ztj88m
Just how did Summerville’s history shake out the way it did?
On Aug. 17 at Summerville Baptist Church handbells could be heard jingling – ring-ting-tingling, too.
Change is coming to West Richardson Avenue, moving westward from the town center toward the railroad tracks, property by property.