Summerville Orchestra seeks new director

Wednesday, November 25, 12:22 p.m.

As the Summerville Orchestra launches a new season, it also launches the search for a new conductor.

Giving thanks: Flood victims feel blessed

Wednesday, November 25, 5:01 a.m.

Dana Evans banged a hammer against his house as work crews streamed into his yard this month trying to get his Holly Street house back in livable condition.

Questions linger after deputy car chase ends in crash

Tuesday, November 24, 3:35 p.m.

Dorchester County sheriff’s officials aren’t saying much about a crash that involved one of their own this month, but they are showing support for him.

Knitting with love

Tuesday, November 24, 12:25 p.m.

Frances Garrett may be blind in one eye, but that hasn’t stopped the 99-year-old Summerville resident from using her hands to bless others.

Green Wave suffers playoff loss to Silver Foxes

Summerville suffered a 51-37 loss to top-seeded Dutch Fork Friday in the opening round of the Class AAAA, Division 1 football playoffs.

Patriots top Vikings to advance in playoffs

After a slow start, the undefeated Fort Dorchester Patriots rolled pretty well, knocking off visiting Spring Valley, 28-14, in the first round of the Division I-AAAA state football playoffs.

Top athletes

The Summerville High School Student-Athletes of the Month for October are Harper Mobley and Cameron Blake. Winners of the award, which is sponsored by State Farm Insurance, receive a certificate and...

Panthers fall to Skyhawks in SCISA championship

Pinewood Prep was unable to claim its first football championship in school history Saturday, but it did get a taste of the championship atmosphere.

Spann spellers

Spann Elementary held its annual Spelling Bee on Nov. 12.

Berkeley students eligible for scholarship

The South Carolina Association of Counties (SCAC) is pleased to announce its annual Board of Directors Scholarship Program. This program awards $2,500 scholarships on an annual basis to graduating...

Busy bees celebrate veterans

Flowertown Elementary students proudly introduced their family members who have served in the military to their classmates as part of the school’s Veterans Day celebration.

Summerville High Navy JROTC takes first

Summerville High’s Navy JROTC took home a number of honors at recent drill meet.

Local author publishes second novel

Summerville author Alan Ables has published his second novel with Outskirts Press of Denver, Colo.

Two join Agent Owned Realty

Agent Owned Realty on Old Trolley Road in Summerville announces that Sherry Long and Tony Bulleman have joined the team.

Shaurette joins Century 21

CENTURY 21 Properties Plus is pleased to welcome Mark Shaurette to its Summerville Office. Mark will specialize in residential property sales in the Charleston area.

St. Paul’s to host period Thanksgiving worship

All of us are familiar with the traditional Thanksgiving Day celebration observed by the Pilgrims and the Native Americans in the New England Colonies. Our schools have traditionally commemorated...

The power of love

Ten years ago today, Widdle and I took a big gamble at the Little Church of the West in Las Vegas.

‘Tis the season . . . . . . for grocery shopping in the deluxe mode.

There’re always so many foodstuffs to buy now and in my case so many things to forget and so much “backing and forthing” to get everything done. At this time of year I...

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