Patrolman First Class Montez Aiken, 36, is a public servant at heart.
Dorchester County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a shots fired call in Ladson early this morning.
The winding road to the shuttered American LaFrance facility in Berkeley County will come alive again in the coming weeks as winning bidders retrieve chassis, engines, parts, and transmissions.
Steven Duncan threw for 268 yards and completed touchdown passes to three receivers to lead Ashley Ridge to a 59-21 win Friday at James Island.
The Patriots earned a 46-7 win over Carolina Forest Friday in their home opener.
Sawyer Bridges threw a pair of touchdown passes Friday but the Green Wave barely escaped the Cobra Den.
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 the fall of 2014. The...
Jelani Moore is 13 years old but can already say he has studied at Yale University.
On Saturday, Sept. 6, the staff at the Audubon Center at Francis Beidler Forest will host a Teacher Appreciation Day at the center in Harleyville.
Bianca is a 19 month old spayed female German Shorthair Pointer mix. Do you love KISSES? Do you love SNUGGLES? What about unconditional love?? I know I do! Hi, my name is Bianca and you’ve just met...
The Church of Saint John the Beloved (28 Sumter Ave., downtown Summerville) is delighted to present the opening concert for the Sixth Annual Concert Series. The series will kick off on Sunday, Sept.
Artist Jan Dalton loves animals. They have played a big role in her life since childhood and appear often in her artwork.
According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, nearly one in 10 small businesses nationwide are veteran-owned.
August 2014 marks 15 years of loyal service Joann Brooks has dedicated to the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce as the office assistant.
Magnolias of Summerville, an assisted living and memory care community, has announced Cindy Reinheimer is the new executive director.
I can claim royal blood for my family. It goes back through British history. Not 400 years maybe – but a tenth of that. And it’s inherited in a direct line from our first born.
This is Dixie. She lives with my in-laws. Tuesday, Aug. 19, at lunch time, Dixie was fine, barking from outside, at the ladies visiting my mother-in-law.