When Hurricane Hugo struck on Sept. 21, 1989, sleepy little Summerville was still adjusting to a growth spurt that would see the town grow from a village of 6,492 people in 1980 to a town of...
Before Hurricane Hugo, Joe Pye didn’t think there were that many trees around his house, but after the storm hit he found 23 downed trees covering his yard.
The generations of our elders were made of tough stock. Margaret Goodwine remembers her Aunt Susie walking from her home in Knightsville to Goodwine’s childhood home in Lincolnville to visit — and...
Barbara Dunning was living and working in Virginia when Hurricane Hugo hit.
This week Summerville faces a team that seems to be finding its grove.
The Green Wave and Pinewood made a little noise at the Bob Jenkins Coaches Classic cross country meet.
The Panther Swimmers traveled to Hilton Head Sept. 13 to compete in the Hilton Head Christian Academy Invitational.
Ashley Ridge rallied from a 14-0 deficit Friday to defeat West Ashley and improve to 4-0 on the season.
Reeves Elementary School recently hosted author Kathleen Fox.
The Yes4Schools Advisory Committee is having its first meeting of the school year Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. at Beech Hill Elementary.
Riley Sapienza, fourth grader at Fort Dorchester Elementary, served as DD2’s honorary board member Sept. 8. Sapienza is the son of Michael and Christina Sapienza and is the brother of Devin, a...
Kathryn Camille Carnes and Robert Seth Peterson of Greenville, S.C. are engaged to be married on Jan. 10, 2015 at St. Michael Lutheran Church in Greenville.
Summer is a 6 year 6 month old spayed female Border Collie mix. Summer is a pretty mellow girl who loves to sit out in the sunshine. She is unique (and very cute!) in her appearance, with a long,...
William Pratt, a dentist with Pineland Dental, caught this Redfish in the Charleston harbor Sunday over the Labor day weekend.
The Moscow Ballet announces open auditions for its performance of the “Nutcracker”.
Michelle Fusco has joined Carolina One Real Estate.
Umbrellas have been a bane of my existence since my first pink parasol. It was part of a precious spring ensemble when I was five and came with a darling pink raincoat. But the umbrella was...
I’ve never had a sock-eating Great Dane, but I’ve owned some goofy dogs.