Dorchester County hopes to achieve status as the second “no-kill community” in the state, second only to Charleston County, and stop euthanizing cats and dogs at the Frances R. Willis...
Summerville Police are looking for a woman on an obstruction of justice charge in connection to a fatal shooting last week.
The Palmetto State Armory store is officially open for business.
An inquisitive bunch had a lot to ask the Municipal Association of South Carolina regarding the change in Summerville’s form of government.
The Summerville girls’ tennis team took down another crosstown rival Tuesday.
The Summerville girls’ tennis team earned its fourth region win Monday.
The Ashley Ridge swim teams defeated Summerville, Academic Magnet, Berkeley, Charleston School of Math and Science, and Goose Creek at the Ashborough Pool last Tuesday night.
The Green Wave volleyball team swept a trimatch against a couple of region opponents Thursday.
Pinewood Preparatory School is pleased to announce that current senior Eric Jewel has earned recognition by The College Board as a National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist.
Alston-Bailey Elementary School and Alston Middle School co-hosted the first Alston Community Day at Wassamassaw Community Park on Sept. 10.
The Citadel announced several awards and achievements from the 2015-16 school year.
The Ashley Ridge Agriculture program would like to invite interested adults to take part in an Adult Education interest meeting. The goal is to meet monthly to educate and inform the community about...
The Frances R. Willis SPCA in Summerville announces its first annual Pet Photo Contest Calendar.
Summerville Music Club will kick off this year’s programs with popular pianist Chris Ward and harpist Mary Kathleen Ruddy at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27 in St Luke’s Lutheran Church,...
On Sept. 15, 1976, clam and oyster season opened.
Daniel Gardner has joined the AgentOwned Realty team in the Summerville office on 1800 Old Trolley Road.
As you read this, I expect that I am lost somewhere in the Francis Marion National Forest. Not to worry, I’m here with my youngest son Sam, who has accompanied his father on many adventures.
My family’s first TV was housed in a huge mahogany double-doored console, holding a 78 record player, space for copious albums, a radio, and a television screen the size of a salad...