DD2 is making moves on its school resource officer program, its bus drivers and its aquatic center.
Community members across the tri-county are investigating ways to provide additional recreational opportunities along area waterways.
Hope for good weather and bring lots of sunscreen; Summerville’s Red, White and Blue on the Green event is this weekend.
Summerville’s “Uncle Sam” has rolled back into town.
The Newington Swim Team defeated Brick Yard 340-191 Tuesday to clinch a league title.
Jenna Sorensen couldn’t be more excited about the next high school soccer season.
A coach who built a championship program at Goose Creek High School is out to see if he can do the same at Ashley Ridge.
The Parks Field All-stars won the South Carolina Dixie Youth Baseball District 7 AA Machine Pitch Championship Tournament held last week in Hanahan.
Hundreds of little Explorers will fill a new Summerville elementary school this upcoming fall semester.
Cruise Control Driving School, Inc. of Summerville has awarded a total of $2,000 in academic scholarships – $500 to each of the four graduates from Summerville area schools. The recipients...
What started out as a small classroom garden purchased through a grant from Disney has blossomed into a schoolwide gardening and wellness program.
One of the military community’s premier benefits has become even more valuable to 700 college and high school students. The annual Scholarships for Military Children Program winners have been...
State Farm agent and Summerville resident Tony Pope will join the Lowcountry Autism Foundation board of directors in July.
CENTURY 21 Properties Plus is pleased to welcome Moriah Murphy to its Summerville Office. Murphy will specialize in residential property sales in the Charleston area.
The Junior Service League of Summerville concluded the 2014-2015 league year with a celebration and grant presentations at its May general meeting at the Cuthbert Center on May 11.
The Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas (ABC) and the Charleston Electrical Contractors Association (CECA) praised the South Carolina House of Representatives for recognizing and...
In the Huge News department, check it out: Barbie, that high-heeled icon, has changed to flats. I’ll pause to let that sink in: Barbie in flats!
By 1775 Charleston had become a thriving and prosperous commercial hub as well as a manufacturing center for the Colonies. In the increasingly hostile atmosphere, such as the battles of Lexington and...