Cody knows how to keep his cool. The 15-year-old pinto horse drinks plenty of water — possibly up to 24 gallons in one day — and hangs out in the shade of a pine tree as the day heats...
A smoke alarm is often the “first line of defense” for saving a person’s life in a house fire, said Summerville Fire and Rescue Chief Richard Waring.
Brightly colored containers have appeared along the roadsides throughout Dorchester and Berkeley counties as entrepreneurs set up shop for the Independence Day holiday.
The Publix on Trolley Road has been evacuated and closed while the Summerville Fire Department investigates complaints that people had difficult breathing.
The Pepperhill/Wescott and Moncks Corner Minors All-stars will compete for the S.C. Dixie Youth Baseball District 7 AAA Championship June 29.
The Parks Field Majors advanced to the championship series of S.C. Dixie Youth Baseball District 7 Tournament.
Lowcountry AIDS Services (LAS) and the Roper St. Francis Ryan White Wellness Center (RWWC) are teaming up to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS in the Charleston community. The two organizations are...
Paige Deschaine pitched her way into the record books.
Summerville students and staff with Palmetto Youth Connections display a banner of handprints they made to honor victims of this month’s deadly club shooting in Orlando, Florida. The banner...
Georgia Southern University recently recognized 1,340 students for excellence in academics on the 2016 Spring Semester President’s List.
Dr. Dennis M. Wiseman, provost of Wofford College, has announced Dean’s List students for the spring 2016 semester. The following local students are on the list:
Ben Whitney has come full circle, back to the same stage where he performed in talent shows.
The Rotary Club of Summerville (Lunch Club) held its annual installation banquet at Summerville Country Club.
Nurse practitioner Allison Davis has joined Palmetto Endocrinology, a division of Palmetto Primary Care Physicians.
Peace Lutheran Church on Dorchester Road made 60 pillowcase dresses to be donated to Loving America Street, a faith-based nonprofit that serves Charleston’s Eastside neighborhood.
Trident United Way’s Day of Caring brings together hundreds of nonprofit agencies and schools with thousands of volunteers all on one day to improve our Tri-County community. TUW’s Day...
Today’s column is about things my family says. We’ve always had a lot to say, and boy, do we share. (Except for my father, who spoke as if each word cost him five dollars.)
Normally when I go to hit a golf ball it flies off into the woods and disrupts an unfortunate family of birds. Sometimes, the ball goes swimming with the alligator in the nearby water hazard or...
To the Editor: