The recent announcements that Charleston County plans to leave and Berkeley County plans to hold funding for the Charleston Regional Development Alliance has many wondering what the future approach to economic development will look like in the tri-county area.
Bob Folkman is excited about the next Dorchester District Two board meeting; when he provides his construction update he can tell the board and audience members that he is no longer waiting on a land disturbance permit for Sires Elementary.
The Summerville Police department, along with Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office and South Carolina Highway Patrol, will be conducting a DUI checkpoint on Saturday, Aug. 23rd, 2014 on Miles Road near Trolley Road. Any questions can be directed to Lt. Allison or Sgt. Shingler at the Summerville Police Department at (843) 871-2463.
Transit provider TriCounty Link will be holding seven public meetings throughout the region to gather public input on existing TriCounty Link routes and proposed route changes aimed at improving service to local residents.
Armed with pencils, paper and Spiderman and Barbie-themed bookbags, thousands of kids took over Dorchester District Two schools when classes started …
Dorchester County’s first parks and recreation director has a big job ahead.
A Summerville High School student is being charged with disturbing school after writing a threatening message within an assignment.
Photos from the first day of school at Dorchester School District Two Schools.
Engineer Matthew Schneider, 32, prides himself on being a “big joker” around the Summerville Fire Department.
The Dorchester County Coroner identifed the body found in Bulow Landing last week as Abner Lopez, 28, of North Charleston.
The Myrtle Beach Police Department will be in Summerville Wednesday asking for help in a triple-murder that killed two people from Summerville and one person from Ladson.
Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office investigators are looking into a case of possible abuse or neglect of a 21-year-old Summerville woman.
The Kiwanis Club of Summerville welcomed state Sen. Paul Thurmond during the club’s regular meeting August 13.
Nearly two dozen people ignored turbulent weather to attend a special town hall-style meeting at Doty Field Aug. 12.
A Summerville business has agreed it won’t resume operations, unless it’s willing to pay a $9,000 fine to the state Department of Health and Environmental Control.
At its meeting Monday, Dorchester County Council voted unanimously to contribute $10,000 to Leadership Dorchester’s latest community project effort.
Dorchester County announced today it’s hired Eric Davis as its first Parks and Recreation Director.
Summerville Presbyterian’s large gym, filled with neat rows of boxes with colorful clothes and happy volunteers, was a welcome sight for parents …
The Summerville Preservation Society is on a mission to keep the town’s historic atmosphere intact, starting with four houses that might be in danger …
After a lengthy executive session, Dorchester County Council passed motions to approve funding to cover a $5.46 million shortfall in the new detention center construction budget.
Bethel AME Church’s Family and Friends Week kicks off this evening and the public is invited to join the celebration.
Three statewide Democratic candidates came to Summerville on Saturday selling hope: hope that Democrats could win the state’s top spots, despite the …
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a body was found near Bulow Landing about 8 a.m. Aug. 13.
The Ashley Ridge baseball team is being forced to forfeit several games due to a rules violation.
It looks like the Flowertown Players should be getting their funding after all.
Scores for the South Carolina Palmetto Assessment of State Standards are in and Dorchester Two is pleased with the overall results.
A 78-year-old Ladson woman reported a terrifying encounter with a burglar -- with the subject firing shots toward her -- early Tuesday morning.
Bosch officially kicked off implementation of a new reclaimed water system Monday.
Dorchester District Two officials have been looking forward to opening three brand-new elementary schools for the 2015-2016 school year.