A new development is being planned for the intersection of Berlin G. Myers and U.S. 78.
As of the sixth day of school, Dorchester District 2 has 26,039 students – 582 more students than it had at the 135th day of school last year.
Instead of going to scout camps this summer, a handful of local Boy Scouts chose to tackle the Gulf of Mexico on a sailing trip.
Roger Lee and Rob Gantt analyze last week's high school football action and give a glimpse of what's to come on Friday night.
Fumbles were the difference during the Green Wave’s season opener at Spartanburg Friday.
The Panthers opened up their 2016 football season with a 37-0 win over Oceanside Collegiate Academy Friday night.
Fort Dorchester aired it out against one of the top high school teams in Georgia.
The annual Charleston Power Brigade Baseball Camp took over Wescott Park Aug. 1-5.
GREENVILLE – Roper Mountain Science Center, a facility of Greenville County Schools, is pleased to announce that Alene Wilkins, who teaches at DuBose Middle School, attended the Science...
Local residents are among summer 2016 graduates of Clemson University.
Taking Back OUR Village (TBOV) Community Initiative, The Town of Lincolnville, local law enforcement agencies as well as a host of local business and service agencies will host the 2nd annual back to...
Ten Dorchester School District Two teachers were selected to attend the Science P.L.U.S. (Participatory Learning, Understanding and Sharing) Institute held at Roper Mountain Science Center, a...
On Aug. 20, 1986, the Summerville Journal Scene reported on the centennial of “The Great Quake.”
Angel Baby Gowns of Charleston received a donation from local AT&T Pioneers to help provide bereavement gowns to families experiencing the grief of losing a child before or shortly after birth.
Cry Baby is a 2-year-old spayed and microchipped female domestic shorthair mix. Everything about Cry Baby makes her unique; her color pattern, her name, and her personality are one of a kind. She...
Ridgeville Mayor James Williams presented a donation to the Heroes for Fire Survivors Campaign of the American Red Cross of Lowcountry SC.
It’s funny how your perspective on life changes as you get older. When I was 25, I never imagined that…
It’s hurricane season and already we have seen several big storms pass us by, but it is incumbent upon all Lowcountry residents to be prepared for the worst.