The Summerville Orchestra has a new conductor.
The Dorchester County Emergency Management Department, in conjunction with Lowcountry CERT and Lowe’s Home Improvement Store, will host a Hurricane Preparedness Expo 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
While May was Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, officials with the South Carolina Highway Patrol are still urging bikers to “ride smart” and prepare for a possible wreck even before...
He got the earth-shattering call in the early morning hours of Feb. 26. He never thought another one of his officers would suffer a near-death blow while on duty.
Dorchester County teams are passing on the Sertoma Football Classic.
Ashley Ridge and Summerville have players who received all-state honors this spring from the South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association.
It’s days like Wednesday that make Tim McDowell’s job especially enjoyable.
Representing the United States, husband and wife duo Robert Gouthro and Dr. Lisa Capriotti brought home two gold medals from the Pan-American Judo Championships in Cuba last month, defeating teams...
Mitchell T. Cook, Avery Fischer, Cierra Ketchel and Sean Lam, all of Summerville High School, received their certificates of completion for Accelerate, the South Carolina Governor’s School for.
Brittany N. Cuff of Harleyville was one of nearly 600 students who were awarded bachelor degrees from St. Lawrence University during Commencement ceremonies held on May 22 in Canton, New York.
Dorchester District 2 students took two of the top three spots in a regional business competition this month.
Arykah Moore, daughter of Ragin Shirley, Jermaine Moore and stepdaughter of Grant Shirley, has received and accepted an appointment to the Class of 2020 at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
The Scarlet Macaw is proud to announce the promotion of former Summerville resident Simone P. Killoren to manager of their Venice, Florida, resortwear store.
Century 21 Properties Plus is pleased to welcome Caleb Jordan to its Summerville office. Jordan will specialize in residential property sales in the Charleston area.
June is National “Adopt-a-Shelter Cat” month and the Frances R. Willis SPCA is participating in this wonderful event.
Army PFC Cheniqua Shari Deas graduated from basic training May 13 at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. She is the daughter of Doris Rosemud and Rayford Deas of Summerville and graduated from Summerville High...
Do you think we Americans are obsessed with food?
Since January, I have worked with the Town staff to expand public access and participation in the daily affairs of our government. One of the improvements I am most proud of is the live broadcast of...