Givhans and Summerville High staffers have pulled together to accommodate Givhans students and staff in the wake of the October flood.
For the safety of personnel and in support of the annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Hutchinson Square the following road closures will take place on Tuesday in historic downtown Summerville.
Exercising is more than a physical experience for some Summerville women; it’s a chance to fellowship and build faith.
A two-vehicle collision left one person dead Thursday.
Cane Bay girls basketball coach Ira Owens said the Lady Cobras’ first scrimmage was revealing.
Two Pinewood student athletes signed their National Letters of Intent on Nov. 18 to play golf at the next level.
Ryan Huiet is one of those guys who just wants to do everything he can to help his team.
Fort Dorchester quarterback Dakereon Joyner had a hand in six scores while the Patriot defense forced five turnovers during a 56-34 FD playoff victory.
Nexton Elementary students in grades third through fifth recently participated in Career Day.
Beech Hill Elementary School hosted its annual Autumn Daze Festival on Oct. 23.
The 2015 Day of Caring at Clay Hill Elementary was “another awesome success,” according to school officials.
Level Two Theatre Arts students at Rollings Middle School of the Arts performed “Journey to the World’s Edge; a Folktale in the Irish Tradition” by Harry Michael Bagdasian and...
Retired educator and published author Jody Wilhelm, who writes under the pen name Lenora Livingston, was recently a guest speaker at Dorchester Academy in St. George. School Librarian Shelly Hodge...
Black Friday Special!
Summerville resident Harriet Cox Hetzel is Valdosta State University’s 2015 James L. and Dorothy H. Dewar College of Education and Human Services Distinguished Alumna of the Year.
Reads Moving Systems of Carolina, Inc., based in Summerville, was one of 56 moving agents awarded the annual Milton M. Hill Quality Award by Atlas Van Lines.