What a difference a couple of hours can make!
On July 1 Harold Land was surrounded by family and friends as he munched on birthday cake and slurped on some cola.
A developer’s plan to create an idyllic community in which children walk to a nearby elementary school backfired Monday when residents of a neighboring subdivision objected.
A North Charleston man has been charged with murder in connection with a Fourth of July shooting that left one dead.
For Assistant Engineer Christopher Coleman Bayles, 22, of Moncks Corner, fighting fires and helping people has long been in his blood. His uncle is a …
Gary Erwin, known around the Lowcountry and parts beyond as Shrimp City Slim, is bringing his brand of the blues back to Summerville.
Looking for something informative and entertaining to do during upcoming Third Thursdays? Try taking a field trip back in time at the Summerville …
Mark Nunn and his wife of 37 years, Sharon, have lived in Summerville more than seven years and love it so much that Nunn decided to write a novel …
Registration is open for the 15th annual Thrivent Financial Race for the ARK.
Summerville’s State Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee doled out money June 24 to support seven tourism entities.
When seconds count at crowded festivals and fairs, the Dorchester County EMS bike team is there.
The supposed 880 housing developments that were part of the original Vision Plan for Summerville have been removed from the plan.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety urges motorists to plan early and leave plenty of time for travel since the number of motorists travelling this holiday is predicted to be up. SCHP is increasing enforcement activity around the state already to assist travelers and prevent collisions, fatalities and injuries during the long holiday …
Dorchester County Council approved spending about $247,000 from the County Stormwater Fee Fund Balance to buy a half-acre parcel in the Trotters Ridge subdivision from Tom and Evyonne Thurman.
The SCDHEC-Division of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management has scheduled a public hearing on application P/N# OCRM-14-172-D, Larry Curtis, to construct a private, recreational dock on the Ashley River at 500 Shaftsbury Lane, Kings Grant, Summerville, Dorchester County, South Carolina.
Knightsville Elementary has unraveled its own little time capsule, right in the reception area of the school.
Fruit of the Loom has announced plans to expand the company’s Berkeley County distribution center.
The federal government is holding this nation back, Texas Gov. Rick Perry warned Dorchester County Republicans on Tuesday.
Fireworks and backyard cookouts will undoubtedly be the order of the day for many people celebrating the Fourth of July holiday this weekend.
A North Charleston man could spend up to 10 years in prison if convicted of vandalizing a church.
A man reported missing Tuesday has been found safe and unharmed in Athens, Ga.
When it comes to the idea of serving on Dorchester District Two’s school board, Brian Mitchum says he has only one true thing on his agenda: serving …
The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will be closed on Friday, July 4, 2014, in observance of the Independence Day state holiday.
Economic development is difficult enough in the global economy.
South Carolina Electric & Gas is urging business and residential customers to be aware of scam artists posing as SCE&G employees.
The Town of Summerville has joined forces with Summerville DREAM to present Summerville’s annual Independence Day celebration: Red, White and Blue on the Green.
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 …