Severe thunderstorm could bring damaging hail

Thursday, April 28, 5:21 p.m.

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Summerville and the surrounding Lowcountry until 6 p.m. Thursday.

School board might nix public comments

Thursday, April 28, 12:42 p.m.

DD2 is looking into scratching public comments off its agenda for future board meetings.

Parents speak out against what they see as overly harsh discipline

Thursday, April 28, 12:01 a.m.

Two Dorchester District Two moms describe their fifth-grade sons in a similar way: they are good children, they said. They make good grades and have kept their noses clean throughout their elementary...

Frances R. Willis SPCA reduces fees on Adopt a Shelter Pet Day

Thursday, April 28, 2:25 p.m.

The Frances R. Willis SPCA in Dorchester County is inviting you to come join them in celebrating National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day this Saturday, April 30. It is a great excuse to...

Tri-County track teams compete at SHS

Track and field teams from Charleston County edged out those from Dorchester County during the Tri-County Meet of Champions held last week at Summerville High School.

Patriots sweep Cougars

The Fort Dorchester baseball team finished its region schedule strong to secure a playoff berth.

Summerville baseball to open playoffs against Sumter

The Summerville baseball team picked up a big win over Sumter last week and will get at least one more shot at the Gamecocks this year.

Swamp Foxes, Green Wave open softball playoffs

Two local softball teams will open the South Carolina Class AAAA playoffs at home this week.

‘I have a dream...’

The students in Lisa Collins’s seventh-grade English language arts classes studied Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Students evaluated their...

Healthy hearts

The students at Summerville Catholic School raised over $3,000 for the American Heart Association through donations and field day concessions. Students dunked, pitched, slid and batted their way to...

SHS Navy JROTC Holds Annual Awards Ceremony

Summerville High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) Green Wave Battalion held its annual awards ceremony April 12 in the Summerville High School auditorium. Dorchester...

Hutt receives Jerrol S. Oxner Business Merit Scholarship

Jessica Hutt, a business administration major at Newberry College from Summerville, received the Jerrol S. Oxner Business Merit Scholarship at the College’s annual Awards Day Convocation on...

Deden, Bantz exchange vows

Patricia “Tricia” Virginia Deden of James Island and Cameron Fraser Bantz of Summerville were married on Feb. 20, 2016 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Charleston with the...

Shapiro joins AgentOwned Realty

Belita Shapiro has joined AgentOwned Realty as a real estate sales consultant at the 1800 Old Trolley Road office. Shapiro has

Southern BBQ Network holding judge training in Summerville

What is that aroma in the air? It’s the smell of barbecue smoking on a grill that has caught your attention. If this aroma makes you want to dive into a big plate of barbeque, devour a plate...

Pope kicks off Lowcountry Giving Day with gift to children’s center

Summerville resident and businessman Tony Pope said he will make the first of three donations of $5,000 each to the Dorchester Children’s Center on May 3, Lowcountry Giving Day.

Smith: Love in marriage has nothing to do with feather pillows

Random thoughts while glumly weeding the rose garden and wondering if I need Adderall:

Smith Says: Love in marriage has nothing to do with feather pillows

Random thoughts while glumly weeding the rose garden and wondering if I need Adderall:

Letter: Strong mayor form is least transparent

I have always been opposed to the Strong Mayor form of government. It is the least transparent administration. A Strong Mayor Council would give the mayor the authority to hire and fire staff. The...

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