More transparency, more citizen participation and no boutique hotel – these are three major elements in Christine Czarnik’s decision to run for Summerville Town Council in this...
Terry Jenkins has seen Summerville Town Council take on a lot of projects – and he hopes to still be on council to see those projects completed.
After three years serving in Dorchester District Two, Sean Alford has a new job as the superintendent of Aiken County Public School District.
DD2 is making moves on its school resource officer program, its bus drivers and its aquatic center.
Rising Summerville High School senior Tru’Shaun Moorer is planning on going out with a bang.
It has been a few years since Tron Grant coached girls’ basketball, but this summer he is getting back into the swing of things.
Two Lowcountry archers competed in a national tournament this spring.
The Newington Swim Team defeated Brick Yard 340-191 Tuesday to clinch a league title.
Hundreds of little Explorers will fill a new Summerville elementary school this upcoming fall semester.
Cruise Control Driving School, Inc. of Summerville has awarded a total of $2,000 in academic scholarships – $500 to each of the four graduates from Summerville area schools. The recipients...
What started out as a small classroom garden purchased through a grant from Disney has blossomed into a schoolwide gardening and wellness program.
One of the military community’s premier benefits has become even more valuable to 700 college and high school students. The annual Scholarships for Military Children Program winners have been...
Many adult dogs half price!
Art Central is proud to feature new designs by jeweler Judy Jacobs. “I’m inspired by nature, especially birds,” Jacobs said. She is thrilled by the variety of color...
Meet fellow gardeners. Learn from horticulture professionals. Give back to your community through the Clemson Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Program.
State Farm agent and Summerville resident Tony Pope will join the Lowcountry Autism Foundation board of directors in July.
It was 44 years ago tomorrow that our family celebrated our best Fourth of July ever. That was the holiday when Jim returned from Viet Nam to where we waited for him in Falmouth, Mass. And...
In the Huge News department, check it out: Barbie, that high-heeled icon, has changed to flats. I’ll pause to let that sink in: Barbie in flats!