Council, FEMA to hold public meeting for flood victims

Thursday, October 29, 4:46 p.m.

County council is encouraging all flood victims — homeowners and business owners —to attend a special community meeting next month with the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Learning firsthand the dangers of impaired driving

Thursday, October 29, 3:01 p.m.

Hundreds of Ashley Ridge High students received traffic citations last week – these citations are not real, but will hopefully prevent students from drinking or texting while driving.

Hurricane sent Summerville family to Mexican hideout

Thursday, October 29, 12:46 p.m.

It was an eerie silence that fell across the room where the Summers family and thousands of other vacationers were staying in Neuvo Vallarta, Mexico last week.

DD2 employee battles breast cancer

Thursday, October 29, 5:01 a.m.

For the last year Kim Harvey has been fighting for her life. But had she not reached down to touch a scratch on her left breast in March and felt the swollen lump under her arm, her story might have...

Lady Swamp Foxes eliminate West Florence

The Lady Swamp Fox volleyball team has advanced to the second round of the Class AAAA playoffs.

Swamp Foxes out to spoil Summerville’s celebrations

Metaphorically speaking, the Swamp Foxes are hoping to rain on John McKissick’s parade.

Panthers rebound with win over Cardinal Newman

The Pinewood football team rebounded after a loss last week, defeating Cardinal Newman 34-14 Friday.

Pinewood golf team places fourth at state match

The Pinewood girls’ golf team wrapped up its 2015 campaign with a trip to Myrtle Beach last week to play in the SCISA championship.

Pinewood Stage Company receives award from Theatre Festival

Pinewood Stage Company received an “Outstanding Production” award from the American High School Theatre Festival as a result of its participation in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in...

Speed earns MPA

Ryan Speed of Summerville graduated from Troy University during Term 1 of the 2015-16 academic year.

Celebrating Hispanic heritage

Ashley Ridge academic awards rescheduled

The Ashley Ridge High School Academic Awards program that was scheduled for Oct. 5 but was cancelled due to weather closures has been rescheduled.

Bradford Station blues band performing in St. John the Beloved concert series

The Church of Saint John the Beloved, 28 Sumter Ave., is delighted to present the second concert for the Seventh Annual SJB Concert Series featuring the Bradford Station Blues Band at 4 p.m. Nov. 1

Red Hat fun

Princesses of the Pines Red Hat Chapter gathered to celebrated true sisterhood enjoying a Casino Day Event at Baker’s Pond and Garden Center in Summerville located on Central Avenue. Great...

Miller, Welch plan April wedding

Ashley Marie Miller of Goose Creek and Matthew Blake Welch of Suwanee, Ga. are engaged to be married on April 8, 2016 at Founder’s Hall at Charles Towne Landing in Charleston.

‘Music City - Nashville’ theme of fall flower show at Coastal Carolina Fair

Expect a little bit of country and a little bit of rock ‘n’ roll at the “Music City - Nashville” fall flower show held Oct. 29-Nov. 8 during the Coastal Carolina Fair. Two...

Lives Change @ Your Library: Be Booed and Wooed

When autumn wafts the air, we sense a slowing down. We experience enough “slowing” to recall beautiful language. Consider the first line of Keats’ poem “To Autumn”:...

Losing man - and woman’s - best friend

There’s no easy way to say it: On Oct. 7, Nicky, our English Jack Russell Terrier, went A) To be with Jesus or B) To that great bacon buffet in the sky. Or both. Why not?

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