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Knight wins Dorchester County sheriff’s race

Tuesday, June 14, 9:24 p.m.

According to results from election officials, L.C. Knight wins the primary for the Dorchester County sheriff’s race. Because only three candidates filed for office, all on the Republican...

Summerville apartment complex fire forces evacuations; no injuries reported

Thursday, June 16, 12:13 a.m.

A fire that broke out late Wednesday night has displaced a number of residents of the Hidden Palms Apartment complex in Summerville.


Adviser’s e-mails raise questions

Wednesday, June 15, 12:01 a.m.

A flurry of e-mails posted on Facebook over the weekend has some Summerville residents questioning the role of the mayor’s adviser.


Mark Sanford wins GOP primary in tighter race than expected

Wednesday, June 15, 9:35 a.m.

WASHINGTON — Congressman Mark Sanford successfully defended his 1st District seat in Tuesday’s GOP primary, but his margin of victory was narrower than expected.

Faulkner steps down as Green Wave skipper

The team that claimed the Class AAAA Baseball State Championship less than a month ago now needs a new head coach.

Soccer players receive all-region honors

Ashley Ridge, Fort Dorchester and Summerville all landed three players on the 2016 Region 8-AAAA Boys’ Soccer All-region Team.


Registration open for Father-Son/Daughter Tournament

Summerville Country Club will host its annual Father-Son/Daughter Golf Tournament June 25-26.


A Long journey reaches an end

Walker Long capped a tremendous stretch with the Summerville High School tennis team by representing the Green Wave at an all-star event.

Pinewood hosts first-ever SC Junior Thespian Festival

Pinewood Preparatory School’s campus played host to numerous Middle School theater groups representing schools across the Lowcountry and South Carolina at the first annual South Carolina...

NJROTC cadets learn about Marines

A group of Summerville High School NJROTC cadets recently took a trip to Parris Island to learn firsthand from the United States Marines.


Kovach graduates from Youngstown State

Kyle Kovach of Summerville received a Bachelor of Science in biology from Youngstown State University and was recognized for the accomplishment at spring commencement ceremonies that took place this...


Eight Dorchester County Students Graduate from SC Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics

Tristan Cromer, Frances Lee Davenport, Tom Holt, Konnor McDowell, Ashley McVicker, Sam Seigler, Taylor Widener and John Wood, all from Dorchester County, graduated from the S.C. Governor’s...

Four join Carolina One in Summerville

Sarah Brown, Andrew Coker, Rob Gawne and Charles Seth Richardson have recently joined Carolina One Real Estate’s Main Street office in Summerville.

Seeking SJS 1976 grads

Summerville High School’s Class of 1976 will conduct its 40-year reunion Oct. 7-8. Friday evening the class will gather at Two Keys Public House, 205 Grandview Drive, Summerville. Saturday...


Pets of the Week

All adult cats and kittens are half price during the month of June.


Scheetz: Mother-son duo storming the Flowertown Players stage

When Sarah and Sam Daniel greet me a gust of performance-mode adrenaline follows them into the coffee shop. They play Nancy and Dodger, respectively, in the currently-running Flowertown Players...

Kennard: Sweet tea world record a good way to celebrate big move

A new world record was broken Friday across the county line in Summerville when thousands sampled sweet tea from a 2,400 gallon “Mason jar.”

Opinion Shaper: Illegal Left Turns Are Dangerous

I find it rather humorous when I hear folks complain about traffic around here. Having lived in northern Virginia for 31 years, even the worst traffic here would be like a breath of fresh air in the...

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