Sen. Tim Scott visited Summerville Elementary School on Friday to talk with third-graders.
Another house has gone down to make way for Summerville’s new boutique hotel project.
It may be a while before Gov. Nikki Haley makes a decision on whether to remove Coroner Chris Nisbet from his elected seat in Dorchester County.
To the naked eye, a ball screw looks like something you might pick up at the corner hardware store.
The Swamp Foxes venture into hostile territory this week.
The Green Wave faces another well-balanced team this week.
Fort Dorchester has to go into the Cobra Den this week.
The Baseline Bandits held their own at a regional tennis tournament held in the mid-state.
Seven students representing the Pinewood Stage Company capped off their summer with a trip to the United Kingdom in early August, spending two days in London and 12 in Edinburgh.
Clemson University awarded degrees to 864 students Aug. 7 at its summer graduation ceremony in Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville.
Kevin Lester of Summerville is one of nearly 800 graduates who received a diploma at Harding University’s commencement exercises May 9, 2015.
Coastal Community Foundation announced the Summerville winners of its 2015 General Scholarship Awards. In the overall scholarship program, 129 students from Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester...
In “Washing Our Hands in the Clouds,” Summerville resident Bo Petersen crafts a reflection on the Civil War, emancipation, Jim Crow, and the civil rights movement in the personal story..
All adult cats and kittens are half price. Many adult dogs are half price.
The Church of Saint John the Beloved, 28 Sumter Ave., is delighted to present the opening concert for the Seventh Annual Concert Series. The series will kick off at 4 p.m. Sept. 13 with Ann Caldwell...
When I was growing up it seemed that the only thing mother fried was chicken, fish, potatoes and breakfast. Apparently things have really changed. Our son David said he tried out a new...
On Nov. 3, citizens of Summerville will have a chance to decide the future of our town. Do we maintain the character of a small southern town? Or do we go down the path of high density...