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One injured in club shooting

Monday, January 4, 7:06 p.m.

One person sustained a head injury and was taken to the hospital after a shooting at a North Charleston club Sunday morning in Dorchester County, sheriff’s officials said.

BCSO seeking leads after burglary suspect shoots at homeowner

Monday, January 4, 4:08 p.m.

The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance for information about a burglary in Cane Bay this afternoon.


New council to be sworn in

Monday, January 4, 12:22 p.m.

Next week is a new beginning for Summerville Town Council.


Blaze destroys Summerville home

Monday, January 4, 10:06 a.m.

A Summerville family of eight, including one adult and seven children, are without a home after a fire ripped through their Violet Drive residence Sunday.

A look back at some of the 2015 athletic highlights

While the area certainly had its share of high school teams advancing to state championship events, 2015 saw other significant athletic achievements. Some of them didn’t even involve high...

2015 brought a lot of trophies for local high schools

Several high-school athletes from the area competed for a state championship during 2015.


Green Wave places third in Coastal Division

Summerville’s only loss in the Carolina Invitational girls’ holiday basketball tournament came to the team that eventually won the division.


2015 brought the end of an era

The summer of 2015 brought big change for Summerville High School.

Blast from the past

Andrew Scholz, former DuBose Middle student and Summerville High student, and former X-Factor semi-finalist, performed a concert for DuBose Middle School students who made A and A/B Honor Roll for...

Let’s go to the hop

Beech Hill Elementary School conducted its annual Sock Hop on Dec. 9. The school’s Beacons danced the day away to ‘50s music. The goal of the Sock Hop was to raise money for Go For A...


Big cheer for the Fort

DD2 board members celebrated Fort Dorchester High’s recent victory, claiming the State Championship, by presenting a trophy to Bert Postell, the school’s principal.


DD2 unveils student art exhibit

On Dec. 14 Dorchester School District Two unveiled the 2015-2016 student art exhibition in the district boardroom prior to the regular meeting of the Board of Trustees.

Photographing your art - a workshop for artists

Sculptors, painters, and mixed media artists need photographers as partners. As is widely known, artists find it necessary to routinely photograph their work, but do they get a faithful reproduction..

Pets of the Week

Gibson is an almost 3-year-old neutered and microchipped male lab mix. He is a very sweet boy weighing about 51 pounds. He is affectionate and always excited to be with you. He is energetic, loves to...


Giving back

Summerville Business Professionals donates annually to local nonprofit organizations. This year, the group gave $500 each to Dorchester Habitat for Humanity, Dorchester Children’s Center and...


Kerr joins Carolina One

Joel Thomas Kerr has placed his real estate license with Carolina One Real Estate Services and will be working from the company’s Summerville Main Street office.

The DAY’s the thing

In reviewing 2015 most of us can probably say it had its ups and downs.

Editorial: 2016 provides opportunity to learn from past tragedies

One of our primary jobs as a newspaper is to help readers understand complicated issues, but we have a hard time making any sense of the violent racial issues that divided our community, state and...

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