Police, communities to gather Tuesday for National Night Out

Friday, July 29, 12:13 p.m.

Communities and law enforcement officers will converge across the country and globe Tuesday to celebrate National Night Out’s 33rd year.

Putting the final touches on the new schools

Friday, July 29, 12:01 p.m.

The buildings are dusty, with sounds of construction equipment filling the hallways and custodians working to clean up the floors – but school district officials seem confident the three new...

Delemar delayed...again

Friday, July 29, 12:01 a.m.

The same day county officials prepared to open bids to start the construction process on the long-awaited Delemar Highway widening project, they received bad news; they learned the county lacked a...

Traffic to be restricted Sunday on Miles Jamison

Friday, July 29, 6:02 p.m.

Traffic will be reduced to one lane of traffic on Miles Jamison Road in front of the new Dr. Eugene Sires Elementary School beginning at 7 p.m. Sunday.

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Building the DREAM in Summerville

Jan Hursey is executive director of Summerville, South Carolina’s Downtown Restoration, Enhancement and Management, “Summerville DREAM”, as its ...

GPS and Cathedral Sports form partnership

Cathedral Sports is teaming up with Global Premier Soccer.

Football teams get back to work

Local high schools had their first official practice for the 2016 season Friday morning.

Local rider garners equestrian titles

Abigail Bedson had some showing last month during the 51st Pinto World Championship at the Built Ford Tough Livestock complex in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Mixed Doubles at Doty

The Community Sports Association and the Town of Summerville are teaming up in an effort to offer mixed doubles drop-in events each week.

Cane Bay Choir receives rings at ceremony

Cane Bay Cobra Chorale Choir director William Bennett said it’s been a big year for the choirs at Cane Bay High School and now there are the state championship rings to prove it.

‘A’ in effort: Berkeley school board looks to bump grades to 10-point system

Berkeley County School District’s board unanimously voted for the first of two readings that will enact a 10-point grading system for all grades except first and second.

Kelien travels to London for theater festival

Cody Kelien of Summerville was one of 10 University of South Carolina Upstate theater students invited to travel to London, England, where they spent eight days participating with the International...

Scott accepting intern applications

U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) announced he is accepting applications for congressional internships in his Washington, DC, North Charleston, Columbia and Greenville offices for fall 2016. The intern...

Miss Penny Pineapple

The Lowcountry isn’t the ideal climate for pineapples, as temperatures below 60 degrees and above 90 degrees will slow their growth, but Joseph Howard coaxed this pineapple to bloom over the...

Magnolia Plantation offers memberships for dog adoptions

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, considered one of America’s most dog-friendly destinations, has partnered with Lowcountry Dog Magazine to offer free annual memberships to families that adopt...

Giving back

The Summerville Masonic Lodge #234 recently donated $3,000 to Home of Hope, a men’s homeless shelter in Summerville.

Inklings: Shoppers DNA and Sisters Update

My Great Aunt Regina, known to one and all as “Reg” was also known as an absent minded reader who would often bump into sidewalk mailboxes and lampposts while walking along with her...

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