Two final summer canning classes are scheduled during the month of September. Jams and Jellies will be taught Sept. 6 in Moncks Corner.
Dorchester County has awarded the bid and signed the contract to start construction on the new detention center.
Green Wave volleyball coach Rachel Page is expecting her team to improve on last year’s performance.
Sawyer Bridges threw a pair of touchdown passes Friday but the Green Wave barely escaped the Cobra Den.
The Patriots face a familiar opponent with a new coach Friday.
The Swamp Foxes face the Trojans and their wide-open offense Friday.
The Green Wave football team has a much shorter road trip this week.
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) announced he is accepting applications for congressional internships in his Washington, DC, North Charleston, Columbia and Greenville Offices for the fall of 2014. The...
Jelani Moore is 13 years old but can already say he has studied at Yale University.
Artist Jan Dalton loves animals. They have played a big role in her life since childhood and appear often in her artwork.
The Church of Saint John the Beloved (28 Sumter Ave., downtown Summerville) is delighted to present the opening concert for the Sixth Annual Concert Series. The series will kick off on Sunday, Sept.
The Summerville community is invited to Bethany United Methodist Church on Sunday, Sept. 7, at 8:45 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall when the church will dedicate and celebrate its new contemporary...
The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is proud to announce the appointment of mixed media artist Alexandra Roberts as Artist-in-Residence for 2014/15. The City’s Artist-in-Residence...
August 2014 marks 15 years of loyal service Joann Brooks has dedicated to the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce as the office assistant.
Magnolias of Summerville, an assisted living and memory care community, has announced Cindy Reinheimer is the new executive director.
Century 21 Properties Plus is pleased to announce Reba Cole has joined its firm as a sales associate.
I can claim royal blood for my family. It goes back through British history. Not 400 years maybe – but a tenth of that. And it’s inherited in a direct line from our first born.
This is Dixie. She lives with my in-laws. Tuesday, Aug. 19, at lunch time, Dixie was fine, barking from outside, at the ladies visiting my mother-in-law.