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Berkeley county council to begin earlier meetings

Saturday, March 5, 12:01 a.m.

Berkeley County Council meetings will begin at 6 p.m., once again, after a Feb. 22 meeting where council member unanimously changed the time.

American Legion Post 21 awards top community members

Friday, March 4, 2:01 p.m.

A local cop, firefighter, teacher and Boy Scout were praised Wednesday evening for their contributions to the community over the last year. American Legion Post 21 in Summerville celebrated the four...


Forty years later: Summerville vet reunites with military buddy

Friday, March 4, 11:01 a.m.

The decades-old friendship between Summerville resident Bill Hamilton and one of his former military fighting buddies blossomed under the rarest of conditions, during a war that forever marked their...


Delemar Highway widening project on hold

Friday, March 4, 5:01 a.m.

In August 2014 engineering officials with the widening project for Delemar Highway — also known as S.C. 165 — praised the plan to council for moving right along as predicted.

Green Wave lifters are Ripped for Tripp

Tripp Rabon wasn’t able to compete in this year’s regional weight lifting competition so the Green Wave lifters decided to compete in his honor.

Pinewood team wins at Clinton House

The Pinewood Prep Sporting Clays team excelled at the Clinton House SCYSF tournament in late February.


Green Wave places second at Battle on the Bases

Summerville went 4-1 during the 2016 Battle on the Bases preseason fastpitch softball tournament.


Patriot grapplers claim individual state titles

Two Fort Dorchester wrestlers brought home a state championship from last weekend’s Class AAAA individual state championships at the Anderson Civic Center.

Summerville-area residents advance to state National History Day Competition

Four Summerville-area residents were among 20 Palmetto Scholars Academy students who showed off their appreciation of the past and earned the right to put their knowledge on display at the state...

Local teacher receives national recognition

Pren Woods has received national recognition for successfully integrating global perspectives and exchanges into his classrooms.


Summerville Catholic School student bee-bound

Summerville Catholic School seventh-grader Joey Benton has qualified for the State National Geographic Bee on April 1. The winner of the state competition will move on to nationals.


Locals named to Summerall Guard

Earning the title Summerall Guard is one of the highest honors that can be achieved by a member of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets at The Citadel. Each winter, cadets who are juniors endure weeks...

Weather observing program seeking volunteers

Have you ever wondered how much rain falls in your backyard? If so, then consider joining the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow network, also known as CoCoRaHS, and help contribute a piece..

Pets of the Week

Jax is a 3-year 7-month-old neutered and microchipped male boxer mix. Shelter staff say he needs someone who is going to be able to spend a lot of time with him. They say he is sweet and playful, but...


Classical moments keep trumpeter blowing

Dean Glase appears unassuming as I approach him for our interview. But once I introduce myself as a harpist to this brassy trumpet player, all bets are off. Ten minutes into our interview the first...


Robinson, George plan March wedding

Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Robinson of Charleston, SC are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Caroline Elizabeth Robinson of Hanahan, SC to Thomas Kevin George, of Huntingtown, Maryland.

Inklings: On moving

‘Move” was for 25 years my least favorite four-letter word. That’s because we’d done it 22 times over that period of military assignments. Jim’s Air Force...

Opinion Shaper: Protect the swamps so they can protect us

In my early years at the Francis Beidler Forest in Four Holes Swamp, I used to play a game with visiting students. It was called Wetland Metaphors and it was designed to illustrate the...

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