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Outdoors giant Cabela’s nixes land deal for Summerville store

Wednesday, January 6, 5:58 p.m.

The big catch of a large outdoor sporting-goods store near Summerville appears to have gotten away.

Crafty cakes

Wednesday, January 6, 3:01 p.m.

Growing up, Shannon Scicli’s mother always told her: dinner comes first, and then dessert.


Panelists weigh in on single member districts

Wednesday, January 6, 12:04 p.m.

Residents attending a panel discussion Tuesday on school district changes spoke about race issues, the quality of local schools and the commitment to students.


Celebrating Kwanzaa

Wednesday, January 6, 12:01 p.m.

Summerville’s Kwanzaa celebration closed Friday with festivities in Hutchinson Square. Though turnout was lower than expected because of threatening storms, organizers said they were pleased...

Pinewood girls place third in Battery Division

The Pinewood Prep girls’ basketball team went 4-2 in holiday tournaments over the Christmas break.

Green Wave places third in Coastal Division

Summerville’s only loss in the Carolina Invitational girls’ holiday basketball tournament came to the team that eventually won the division.


Fort girls win Harbor Division championship

Fort Dorchester went 3-0 during the Carolina Invitational girls’ basketball tournament to win the Harbor Division.


Wave finishes as runner-up in North Carolina

The Summerville boys basketball team advanced to the championship of the Leon Brogden Tournament, but North Carolina’s top-ranked team proved to be too strong.

An hour of coding

On Dec. 9, Karen Parker’s computer classes participated in The Hour of Code. Students were able to code puzzles in Star Wars, Minecraft, Frozen and Angry Birds. Most students received a...

Growing the opera program

Alston Middle School teacher Pren Woods recently took 45 people – students, families and community members – to see “Magic Flute,” an opera, at Azalea Movie Theatre. The...


Pinewood First Quarter Honor Roll

Hannah Andringa, Brianna Beers, Abby Benton, Alexander Berry, Alexa Brice, Alyssa Collins, Mason Cruse, Jay Diffley, Kamp Gary, Lindsay Gilmer, Patrick Greenstreet, TJ Hatchett, Anthony Hibbard,...


Blast from the past

Andrew Scholz, former DuBose Middle student and Summerville High student, and former X-Factor semi-finalist, performed a concert for DuBose Middle School students who made A and A/B Honor Roll for...

Kion donates to Children’s Center

On Dec. 17, representatives from Kion North America Corporation delivered nearly $2,000 worth of items for children ages of 12-17, in addition to a $1,000 monetary donation to the Dorchester...


Alice Vaughn turn 102

Four generations joined Alice Vaughn at the Hallmark Health and Rehabilitation center Dec. 31 to celebrate birthday number 102.


Helping Hunnies

Kelly Snellgrove and Ruth Limehouse from the Red Hat Hunnies of Harleyville presented Peg Lahmeyer, executive director of The ARK, and Micky Styslinger, NOAH Project Coordinator of The ARK, with a...

Resolved: To do my best in 2016

It’s that time of year again, when we all turn over a new leaf. (I’m skeptical of that term, because bugs are usually on the other side of leaves.)

Editor’s Notes: I’m looking for some smart people

We’re looking for a handful of smart people to participate in a year-long project we’re calling “The Opinion Shaper.”

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