Summerville Police announced the arrest of a man accused of tampering with cars in the Summerville High School parking lot Thursday, a situation that led to a lockdown at Summerville High, Gregg...
DD2 is less than seven weeks away from a new school board that will include at least one new face.
It’s not the 1930s and there’s no bank robbery involved, but Bonnie and Clyde are alive and well in Summerville after police caught Clyde far from home this week.
Dorchester County hopes to achieve status as the second “no-kill community” in the state, second only to Charleston County, and stop euthanizing cats and dogs at the Frances R. Willis...
Ashley Ridge forced four first-half turnovers to get an early lead and held off a hard-charging Summerville team for a 24-21 win.
The Patriots return home this week to host the Trojans.
The Green Wave and the Swamp Foxes go head-to-head on the gridiron Friday.
The Swamp Fox volleyball team turned in strong performances against two region opponents Tuesday.
Pinewood Preparatory School is pleased to announce that current senior Eric Jewel has earned recognition by The College Board as a National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist.
The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics and the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities are hosting a joint information session for...
Alston-Bailey Elementary School and Alston Middle School co-hosted the first Alston Community Day at Wassamassaw Community Park on Sept. 10.
The Citadel announced several awards and achievements from the 2015-16 school year.
Carolina One Real Estate announced that Felicia Maria Gallant has affiliated with the Summerville Main Street office.
The Frances R. Willis SPCA in Summerville announces its first annual Pet Photo Contest Calendar.
Summerville Music Club will kick off this year’s programs with popular pianist Chris Ward and harpist Mary Kathleen Ruddy at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27 in St Luke’s Lutheran Church,...
On Sept. 15, 1976, clam and oyster season opened.
We Americans continue to live under the dark cloud of racial conflict, when the truth and solution is right in front of us.
As you read this, I expect that I am lost somewhere in the Francis Marion National Forest. Not to worry, I’m here with my youngest son Sam, who has accompanied his father on many adventures.