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Berkeley County reaches preliminary settlement in transportation fee lawsuit

Tuesday, April 12, 12:15 p.m.

Berkeley County has settled a lawsuit that alleged the county did not spend millions of dollars in impact fees within the time allowed by state law.

Rain to continue, with thunderstorms possible

Tuesday, April 12, 9:18 a.m.

Rain showers will continue today, bringing a possible thunderstorm with them later Tuesday afternoon, according to National Weather Service forecasters.


Business in the ‘ville

Tuesday, April 12, 12:01 a.m.

Fruit of the Loom is holding a ribbon cutting for its Palmetto Center Expansion in Summerville on April 15. A statement issued by Fruit of the Loom states the expansion will create 50 jobs in...


Blaze destroys Summerville home, displaces family

Tuesday, April 12, 10:09 a.m.

American Red Cross officials are assisting a Summerville family after a press release said a fire destroyed a Keowee Court home Tuesday morning.

Swamp Fox softball team clinches region championship

The Ashley Ridge softball team clinched the Region 8-AAAA championship Monday with a 7-0 shutout of Colleton County.

Jenkins leads Green Wave past Stags

It was Summer Time at Green Wave Park and the hits came easy.


Cobras advance to SBC championship

Cane Bay baseball coach Shane Todd has little doubt it’s going to be a tight race all the way to the end for playoff spots out of the region.


Swamp Fox boys skunk Cougars

The Swamp Fox boys’ soccer team rolled through Colleton County Tuesday.

Governor’s school holding tech summer camp in Summerville

The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM) is now accepting applications for its brand new summer camp program, iTEAMS Xtreme: Next Generation in Dorchester...

Clay Hill’s cooperative students

Clay Hill Elementary is proud to announce the March Character Students who show cooperation. These students were chosen by their teachers because these students know how to get along with others.


Chamber offering STEM college scholarships

The Greater Summerville Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce is offering four scholarships: two $1,000 renewable scholarships for STEM related majors to a four-year college/university and...


Best ‘knight’ ever

It was a night to remember for the Beacon boys and their Moms. The halls were filled with “knights in shining armor” as Beech Hill hosted the first annual “Knight at the...

Helping HELP of Summerville

HELP of Summerville recently received a Bakker Family Fund Grant that will go toward its program of giving assistance to families in need in the Summerville area. Board members pictured: Kathy...

Mayor on wheels

March was National March for Meals Month for Meals on Wheels. Mayor Wiley Johnson rode with volunteers to deliver meals to recipients in the Summerville area. Meals on Wheels of Summerville currently...


Pianist performs for Summerville Music Club

The Summerville Music Club will host Eugene Koester in concert at 7 p.m. April 19 in St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 206 Central Ave.


Pets of the Week

Captain is a 6-year-old neutered and microchipped male domestic shorthair. Captain is a wonderful cat. He is very social and will make himself at home with you. He has the loudest purr that almost...

Inklings: Fore!

Know what happened 82 years ago last month? The first Masters Golf Tournament took place in Augusta, Georgia. It was played March 22-25, 1934, at the dream course Bobby Jones founded, the Augusta...

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