Making strides with Wesley Cassel

Thursday, December 17, 11:42 a.m.

The Cassel family has a multitude of things to be thankful for this holiday season: two healthy children, a new house and a French Mastiff puppy named Tank, to name a few.

DD2 names new principals

Thursday, December 17, 6:52 a.m.

With three new schools comes three new principals – and Dorchester District Two has announced who is who.

Pre-filed bills focus on dropout age, military members

Wednesday, December 16, 12:01 p.m.

Lowcountry legislators are ready for the upcoming General Assembly session next month and have pre-filed bills related to the state’s school dropout age and property tax deadlines for military...

Bond denied to double homicide suspect

Wednesday, December 16, 10:09 a.m.

A Magistrate Court judge denied bond Wednesday morning to a Summerville man charged with killing two people in the Greenhurst subdivision last month.

Lady Swamp Foxes overpower North Charleston, Cane Bay

The Lady Swamp Foxes had a couple of dominant performances last week.

Swamp Foxes win thriller in North Chuck

The Ashley Ridge boys’ basketball team picked up two wins last week.

Lady Patriots put up 76 on Woodland

The Lady Patriots’ basketball team did something on Dec. 10 that Fort Dorchester coaches believe is a first.

Boys win at West Ashley is the highlight of Wave’s week

The Green Wave edged past West Ashley last week, but ran into a wall at Goose Creek.

Achievement Bowl at Beech Hill

Beech Hill Elementary celebrated some of its fourth- and fifth-grade students with an Achievement Bowl on Nov. 20. These students scored a Perfect, Maximum or Exemplary score in content categories on.

Clay Hill’s honest students

Clay Hill Elementary School recently celebrated a group of Character Students who have shown honesty for the month of November. The students are chosen by their teachers and recognized at the end of...

Thanksgiving at Beech Hill

Beech Hill kindergarten students were all smiles as they learned about the history of Thanksgiving during the annual Thanksgiving feast on Nov. 23. The little Beacons dressed up in their handmade...

Fort Dorchester Elementary recognizes spellers

Fort Dorchester Elementary School congratulates Harleen Virk, fifth grade Spelling Bee winner; Evan MacGillivray, runner-up; and Tyler Allen, alternate. Harleen and Evan will compete in the...

Jaycees collect cards

On Dec. 1 the Summerville Jaycees (Summerville Junior Chamber of Commerce) conducted a “Support Our Troops” card signing event at the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting.

Alarm donation

The Summerville Home Depot and Kidde donated 250 fire alarms to the Summerville Fire Department on Dec. 5 to distribute throughout the community. Mayor Bill Collins was on hand during the...

A very wine time

Summervillians turned out for Boone Hall’s Wine Under the Oaks event Dec. 6.

Preservation society plans open house

The Summerville Preservation Society will sponsor its annual open house 2-4 p.m. Dec. 17 to celebrate the town’s birthday 168 years ago in 1847.

Smith Says: Christmas musings

Thoughts while locked in a life-or-death struggle with a 6-foot, pre-lit, pre-decorated, pop-up Christmas tree:

Lives Change @ Your Library: All Decked Up

Sometimes Summerville Library (George H. Seago, Jr. Branch of Dorchester County Library) looks as though it’s set for a wedding. There are flowers, greenery, and art creating enough...

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