UPDATED Thursday, February 11, 2016 6:11 pm
Former chief deputy coroner Alice Durr confirmed today that she has been named interim Dorchester County Coroner until the general election in November.
“It’s not fair.” That was the public’s unified cry to the town’s Board of Zoning Appeals Tuesday during a meeting about Walmart’s request for larger signage...
The heavily-discussed ordinances relating to the mayor and town administrator have passed second and final reading – but not without backlash.
Despite the number of concerns residents have posed about the project, Summerville is moving forward with the Bear Island Road extension as planned.
Fort Dorchester clinched its second consecutive Region 8-AAAA championship with a 65-49 win over Bluffton Tuesday.
Charleston Southern began its spring football practice schedule on Friday afternoon at Buccaneer Field. The Bucs re-acclimated themselves to the gridiron with a two-hour session in helmets and shorts.
The Ashley Ridge wrestling team defeated Lexington 33-25 in the state semifinals Wednesday to advance to the Class AAAA championship match for the first time.
The Summerville girls’ basketball team will likely have bragging rights over Bluffton for some time to come.
At a recent faculty meeting, Assistant Principal Katie Barker congratulated Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary fourth-grade teacher Kara Clouser as the school’s 2016 Teacher of the Year.
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-South Carolina) announced he is accepting applications for congressional internships in his Washington, D.C., North Charleston, Columbia and Greenville offices for the summer...
Alston Middle School conducted its geography bee on Jan. 22. Geography bee winners were David Gálvez, first place; Raven Kopko, second place; and Ryan Thomas, third place.
Summerville Catholic School’s Elementary School Archery Team took first place in last weekend’s Faith Christian Tournament. Individually the team took the top four girl’s spots...
The Great Backyard Bird Count, an annual census of winter birds conducted each February by the National Audubon Society and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, will take place Friday to Sunday.
Painted lace adorns the first Summerville ROCKS! chair to be completed this year. The rocker is now on display at Toast of Summerville on Trolley Road.
On Jan. 26, Summerville Elks Lodge No. 2719 welcomed three new members. From left to right: Dana Coombs, George Ketchel and Lorraine Terry. Also pictured is Lodge Exalted Ruler Ed Orser.
Katrina Deas is a native of Summerville. She graduated from Medical University of South Carolina in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in dental hygiene and graduated from CTU Online in 2009 with...
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