What’s for lunch? - Students get a taste of DD2

Friday, May 6, 12:01 p.m.

Dorchester District Two schools do not have buffalo chicken pizza on their lunch menus, but from the remarks of hungry students Wednesday, the delicacy could make its way into cafeterias next school..

Amanda Snipe: DD2’s Teacher of the Year

Friday, May 6, 11:03 a.m.

Dorchester District Two’s 2016 Teacher of the Year is Amanda Snipe from Eagle Nest Elementary School.

GOP debate: Nash, Knight turn up the heat in sheriff’s race; candidates contest for coroner, House District 94

Friday, May 6, 12:58 a.m.

Council chambers witnessed a packed house Thursday evening as supporters of Nash and Knight filled the audience and lined walls to see the two GOP sheriff’s candidates contest crime prevention...

County considers a hospitality tax

Friday, May 6, 12:01 a.m.

Dorchester County taxpayers may soon be paying extra on their dining out tabs. The county is considering imposing a hospitality tax to generate more county revenue.

Patriots win overtime thriller with Yellow Jackets

Senior Caitlyn Reilly and sophomore Isabelle Varnado both scored two goals Wednesday to lead Fort Dorchester to a 4-3 overtime win against Irmo in the second round of the Class AAAA girls’...

Green Wave softball claims District VI championship

Senior leadership came through in a big way on Wednesday night as the Summerville High softball team captured the Class AAAA District VI championship with a 5-2 win over North Augusta.

Patriots eliminated by South Aiken

A Fort Dorchester rally wasn’t quite enough Saturday as the Patriots fell 6-5 to South Aiken in a District 5 elimination game of the Class AAAA baseball playoffs.

Patriot girls advance to second round

One player met a career benchmark and another scored five goals during the Patriots’ rout of Sumter Monday.

Windsor Hill wins big at SC PTA Convention

Two Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary School staff and one parent volunteer were recently awarded state recognition for their hard work and dedication. The South Carolina PTA selected these...

Trinity Simmons takes Columbia

Trinity Simmons, a seventh-grade student at Gregg Middle School, was one of five students chosen from across the state to participate in a future leader program at the SC State House on Feb. 2.

DCCTC students excel at multiple spring competitions

Just like students at traditional high schools who participate in sports and academic tournaments, students at career and technology high schools attend competitions as well. And like their peers at...

Sertoma Club National Heritage Art Contest winners

The Sertoma Club invited all second-graders to take part in the Sertoma Club National Heritage Program Art Contest. The theme for the contest this year was Your National or Cultural Heritage. The...

Marcello and Musicals in concert at Summerville Baptist

Summerville Orchestra violinist Jack Gelston flips through his music folder, laying out the sheet music for the upcoming concert “Marcello and Musicals.”

What’s flowering in Flowertown?

The Flowertown Garden Club met April 11 to hear a program on local horticulture.

Local stylist places product on Walmart.com

Angie Ravenel, owner of Angie’s Hair Studio in North Charleston, and ARAVENEL Products, www.aravenel.com, has broken through barriers when she created an innovative all-natural hair product...

Rickenbaker, Moyer plan October wedding

Emily Hyatt Rickenbaker and Chase Taylor Moyer of Manheim, Pennsylvania are engaged to be married on Oct. 29, 2016 at the Dairy Barn at Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill, South Carolina.

Inklings– Grandparenthood revisited

Somebody once told me that the first moment you actually lay eyes on your first grandchild is a divine moment. It was for me. That initial visual was full of all-enveloping joy and thanks. But it...

Editorial: We need more, not fewer, public comments at DD2 meetings

Dorchester District 2 officials want you to know they care about you, but we question if they want to hear from you.

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