Summerville Fire-Rescue Station II is up and running at 110 Luden Drive.
Buck Inabinet says he enjoys taking walks with his wife around their Summerville neighborhood.
Rising eighth- and ninth-graders from across the Lowcountry gathered for a week-long camp at Fort Dorchester High School this month for a sneak peak into the world of engineering.
So, I’ve never been much of a dog person. Not that I dislike dogs; I just prefer cats. Go ahead and boo, hiss or let out an appalling sigh of disdain.
Green Wave coaches are hoping a busy summer will pay off this fall.
Registration is still open for the 2016 Summerville High School Athletic Hall of Fame Golf Tournament.
Apollo lost a leg, but it didn’t stop him from developing a love for hiking.
Summerville-area teams had their share of moments during this summer’s City Meet.
Before becoming a public servant, Sen. Clementa Pinckney spent his youth in the 4-H program. Pinckney was one of the nine people gunned down at Charleston’s Mother Emanuel AME Church in June...
Dr. Dennis M. Wiseman, provost of Wofford College, has announced Dean’s List students for the spring 2016 semester, including: Connor Taylor Jasso from Summerville.
The University of South Carolina Upstate recognized graduates during commencement exercises held May 3 on the Quad behind the John C. Stockwell Administration Building.
Brian Trauger, band director at Sangaree Middle School, was recently elected to membership at the American School Band Directors Association, held in Lexington, Kentucky June 29 to July 1.
Dr. Drew K. McPhail teamed up this past season to support and encourage the donation of used or new instruments to the North Charleston POPS! for its education initiative, the POPS!KidZ. The vision...
The Allstate Foundation awarded Dorchester Habitat for Humanity “A Helping Hands in the Community” Grant in honor of Agent Con Chellis for his outstanding community service.
Waypoint Strategic Advisors announced Tyler Campbell has joined the team. Campbell, a native of Tennessee, received his bachelor’s degree in business at East Tennessee State University.
Matt Coakley, the 25th president of the Summerville Oakbrook Rotary Club, spent most of his time June 23, preparing for his club’s 25th Anniversary Dinner.
My husband and I recently vacationed with two other couples. It was fun – and eye-opening, considering Widdle Baby and I were together for 10 days in airplanes, hotel rooms and a ship’s...
The Town of Summerville will lose a leader on Aug. 1 when Police Chief Bruce Owens officially retires after 32 years in law enforcement, the past 12 years serving as the police chief. He’s...
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