A person keeps calling local residents pretending to be a Sheriff's Office deputy and asking residents for money, county law enforcement officials said.
Three road projects in Summerville will hopefully help ease traffic on Main Street in Summerville, but the projects will not all be complete until 2019.
Dorchester District Two has opted to enter into contract negotiations with the city of North Charleston for an aquatics center.
The newest gibbon to retire at a Summerville primate sanctuary is a widowed female looking to mingle this season with one of four bachelor hopefuls.
The Summerville and Ashley Ridge soccer teams split their games Tuesday while Fort Dorchester swept Bluffton.
The Lady Green Wave softball team won two tight games with the Lady Swamp Foxes this week.
The Summerville Salt Water Anglers will again participate in the Flowertown Festival.
The Lady Patriot soccer team is off to a fast start this season.
Fourth-grader Ansley Cook and her fellow schoolmates dance it out for visitors during Leadership Day at Summerville Elementary on Feb. 26. Summerville Elementary is a Leader In Me Lighthouse School,..
Malinda Willis was chosen by her colleagues as Teacher of the Year to represent Clay Hill Elementary. Willis has 11 years of experience as an educator.
Students from DuBose Middle participated in the Dimension U competition that was hosted by SPAWAR and Joint Base Charleston. Dimension U creates engaging and interactive multiplayer video games that...
Beech Hill Elementary School recently hosted its annual House Awards, and the school’s Star Performer for the 2014-2015 school year is Chris Ruble.
Hailey is a 1-year-old spayed and microchipped female Lab mix. Hailey is heartworm-positive and needs to go through heartworm treatment. Heartworm disease is not contagious to humans or other...
An invitation to “Rest your tail feathers” is on the seat of the Summerville ROCKS! chair sponsored by Eva’s on Main.
Brooke Christine Rogers and E. Carson Lattimore, both of New York, N.Y., are engaged to be married on Sept. 5 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Nikole Rivers, 14, of St. George, a student at Woodland High School, has been honored for her exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award.
Every day, in every area of our state, hardworking South Carolina taxpayers are being robbed. They are not held up at gunpoint, and their homes are not burglarized. But they are the victims of theft...