In less than six weeks, Dorchester County residents will vote on whether they want to fund at least three new parks, two new libraries and various trail enhancements.
Funny, as I am writing this…I really think I deserve a massage – and stone massages are my spirit animal.
Dorchester County sheriff’s officials have released the names of two suspects charged with murder in the shooting death of 20-year-old Jaquinto Taro Delilse Williams.
While the Violence Policy Center recently revealed South Carolina had dropped from the top spot to the fifth highest in the country for domestic violence-related deaths, the problem persists, and...
Fort Dorchester faces a game on the road this week against a team that really needs a win.
Summerville Country Club has opened registration for the 2016 Cuthbert Classic golf tournament.
The battle of the swamp creatures is set for Friday night.
The Green Wave faces a tough test on the road Friday.
On Sept. 14, teachers at Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary were treated to lunch by Bojangles’ and South Carolina Future Minds. But the highlight of the occasion was the surprise...
At Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary School this month, two great opportunities were held to promote relationships and reading.
Janie Langley has been named the interim principal of Cane Bay High School, according to a news release.
Jennifer Reh, a sophomore nursing student at the University of South Carolina, has received a renewal of the Tommy Cuthbert Memorial Scholarship awarded by the Dorchester Free School Board.
Taylor Leiding Walters and John Allen Davis of Summerville were married on Aug. 20, 2016 at Summerville Baptist Church.
CARF International announced that Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission has been accredited for a period of three years for its Outpatient Treatment, Prevention and Drug Court program. The latest...
The Summerville Exchange Club presented Kay Phillips, executive director for the Dorchester Children’s Center, with a $6,000 check from the proceeds of their annual golf tournament. The...
The Flowertown Garden Club held its first meeting of the year Sept. 12.
In case you missed it, today is the last day that a Friday Journal Scene will be printed.
As a real estate agent, it’s my job to take a longer view of things. I often tell clients: “One day somebody is going to have to sell this thing, either you or your heirs. So we need to...