The Dorchester County Public Library has requested about $320,000 from the county to fund first-year operating expenses for a new Summerville branch in the next one to two years.
She heard the words no mother ever dreams she’ll hear — words that her newborn baby didn’t survive.
From improved transportation, to state championships, to a new bell schedule – DD2 Superintendent Joe Pye said it was a big year for the school district.
This summer, Summerville is introducing “Mason 2.0”.
For the first time since the school opened its doors in 2008, Ashley Ridge High School will soon have a new head coach for its baseball program.
Green Wave distance runner Sommer McKenzie will join the Wofford College cross country and track and field teams next school year.
One of the Green Wave’s top defenders will suit up for the Lancers next school year.
Fort Dorchester High School will host a youth basketball camp for boys and girls in grades 2-9 next month. Camp is scheduled from 8-11:45 a.m. on June 6,7 and 8 at FDHS. Cost is $50 per camper with a...
Tameya Pinckney, a junior at the Dorchester County Career & Technology Center, earned the coveted ProStart National Certificate of Achievement. In order to earn the certificate, students must...
The 2016 Martha B. Rosebrock Memorial Award winner is Stephanie Mellott who teaches science at Summerville High School.
Landon M. Graham of Summerville was named to the spring 2016 dean’s list at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law.
Alston Middle School teacher Pren Woods has been selected to participate in a Fulbright-Hays fellowship to Oman and Zanzibar for this summer. As one of the 14 fellows, he will participate in a...
The Summerville Preservation Society will honor four awardees Thursday for their restoration efforts during the past year.
Dorchester Seniors, Inc.in partnership with the South Carolina Department of Social Services will be issuing free coupons to income eligible individuals age 60 and older that may be used to purchase...
Mormon Helping Hands met recently at Summerville’s Azalea Park for breakfast and the opening ceremony event for Summerville Cares Day of Service on April 23.
Random thoughts while washing my car and wondering why every bird within 50 miles apparently has GPS leading directly to my windshield:
Good news graduates, there are jobs waiting for you, as long as you have no more than an associate’s degree. High school grads? Well the picture is a bit bleak, but not nearly as bleak as it...
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