Sometime between midnight and 8 a.m. on Friday, April 11, someone shot and killed six White Ibis in the green space at White Gables in Summerville.
The 4-year-olds at Foster Academy in North Charleston didn’t really know who state Rep. Jenny Horne and Rep. Sam Rivers were — but they certainly knew who Pete the Cat was.
Town Engineer Russ Cornette has been appointed to be the new Town Director of Public Works.
Michael Lauer has been a dog breeder for 35 years.
If you take the goalkeepers out of the equation, all but five members of the Ashley Ridge boys’ soccer team scored Thursday against Colleton County.
The Green Wave boys’ tennis team kept itself alive in the hunt for the Region 8-AAAA championship by earning a victory over Beaufort Thursday.
The Patriot baseball team has experienced adversity lately but it got out to a 1-0 start in this year’s Hanahan Invitational Tournament.
The Green Wave baseball team made a late push against Bluffton Friday to keep its hopes of defending the Region 8-AAAA championship alive.
When he was in elementary school Peco Sanders wanted to be just like his dad, who worked in insurance.
Cursive writing is not a part of DD2’s curriculum but it might become one if several bills pass in South Carolina.
Dorchester School District Two and industry leaders are working to get students not only college-prepared, but prepared for the workforce and other alternatives for when high school seniors graduate.
The Dorchester School District Two Board of Trustees recently updated the policy and administrative rule governing the foreign exchange program for students. Students desiring to attend Ashley Ridge...
Margaret Kramer, a junior at the University of South Carolina, has been announced as the recipient of the 2014 Jerry Greenspan Student Voice of Mental Health Award.
The Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts, in partnership with the Coastal Community Foundation, will facilitate Lowcountry Arts Day on May 6 to raise awareness and funds for its members...
Dorchester Habitat for Humanity has announced a new and exciting annual event, the Habitat Family Festival, taking place Saturday, May 10 in Azalea Park in downtown Summerville from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Summerville DREAM and Pulty Homes invite you to come celebrate furry friends at this month’s Third Thursday in downtown Summerville on April 17 from 5 to 8 p.m.
State Farm agent and Summerville resident Tony Pope has received the company’s prestigious Chairman’s Circle award for his Summerville office.
The Santee Cooper Board of Directors has named Fourth Circuit Judge J. Michael Baxley as senior vice president and general counsel, effective July 1. Baxley will replace James E. Brogdon, who retires...
Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Company Inc. has recognized James Copeland as its 2013 Branch Manager of the Year.
With the nasty weather we've been having it is hard to believe it's Spring. This is the season when Summerville is at its most spectacular. Dogwoods, azaleas, Japanese tulips and wisteria create a...
There are two things I fear: 1) Dying and 2) Being embarrassed. And there’s a difference between looking foolish and feeling stupid.