The thing about Alzheimer’s disease is: it does not discriminate.
Dorchester County Council unanimously approved first reading of a $4.5 million general obligation bond Monday night.
Summerville Town Council passed the first readings of two bond issuances during a special council meeting on March 2.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a Monday night shooting that took the life of a 35-year-old man in Ladson.
The Patriots’ baseball team may have what it takes to pull off more region wins this season.
Summerville and Fort Dorchester had a strong showing at the South Carolina High School League Wrestling Championships.
The Green Wave softball team is reloaded and looking to make another strong run this season.
The Sertoma Football Classic will move its dates up a week to Aug. 13-14 this year, enabling the annual high school showcase to avoid scheduling conflicts with regular-season games.
The Summerville High School Class of 1975 is hosting its 40-year reunion on Aug. 28 – 29 with three events:
The United States Attorney’s Office is sponsoring its 12th Annual Project Sentry Logo Contest.
The National Exchange Club is proud to announce a new Excel Club at Cane Bay High School. The Cane Bay High School Excel Club was chartered with 46 members on Feb. 17. Leading the Exchange Club...
The City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce that works by members of the Summerville Artist Guild will be on exhibit at the North Charleston City Gallery...
Century 21 Properties Plus is pleased to welcome Tony Bland to its Summerville Office. Bland will specialize in residential property sales in the Charleston area.
Lydia Carter of Albany, Ga. and Toby Wickenhoefer of Beaufort, S.C., are engaged to be married on April 18 in Athens, Ga.
Summerville Town Councilman Terence Jenkins graduated from the Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government on Feb. 4. Graduates received their certificates during the Municipal Association of...
Your readers are probably wondering about the status of the lawsuit as there has been little news lately, especially since the Town has been removing concrete on the hotel/condo project...