Coloring outside the lines: Library patrons find stress relief in an activity normally reserved for children

Saturday, February 13, 12:01 a.m.

There’s a new craze sweeping the Lowcountry and the nation: coloring in coloring books.

Berkeley schools could begin on Aug. 15 with draft calendar

Saturday, February 13, 12:01 a.m.

Berkeley County School District’s school board members unanimously approved the first of two readings for the 2016-2017 instructional calendar during the Feb. 9 meeting in Moncks Corner.

Ashley Ridge High School freshman dies

Friday, February 12, 9:02 p.m.

Football players at Ashley Ridge High School found out Friday they have lost a teammate.

Meet Trooper Hannah Wimberly

Friday, February 12, 1:01 p.m.

At age 7, Hannah Wimberly would chase her two sisters on bicycles and pretend to pull them over for speeding. There was no denying her desire to be part of the law enforcement field — and not...

Swamp Foxes fall in state title match

The Ashley Ridge wrestling team’s quest to bring home its first state championship trophy ended in disappointment.

Trophy presented to Charleston National

The Charleston Area Men’s Interclub Golf Association started its 2016 season by recognizing its 2015 champion.

Panthers blow out the Hurricanes

With a key region game on the horizon, the Pinewood Prep boys’ basketball team is building momentum.

Green Wave boys win in The Swamp

The Green Wave boys held off a Swamp Fox rally Tuesday to earn a key Region 8-AAAA victory.

Local robotics club getting ready for Texas

A local robotics team is heading to San Antonio in March – hopefully to bring home another win.

Getting into the Civil War

Judson Kidd is an eighth-grade social studies teacher at DuBose Middle School. To make the causes and events of the American Civil War relevant to his students, Kidd is using a Civil War simulation...

Dorchester County Medical Society awards scholarships to CSU nursing students

Dorchester County Medical Society recently presented $2,000 scholarships to two Charleston Southern University nursing students from Summerville. DCMS has provided scholarships for 24 CSU students...

Camacho selected as veteran student fellow

Vanessa Camacho of Ladson was among seven recipients of the Tommy Baker Veteran Student Fellows program at The Citadel.

Local attorneys elected to S.C. Bar’s House of Delegates

Summerville attorneys Webb Charpia and William Crantford have been elected to the House of Delegates for the South Carolina Bar Association. The House of Delegates establishes policy for the S.C. Bar.

Pets of the Week

Paisly is a 9-month-old spayed and microchipped female domestic shorthair. “My name is Paisly. I have been a resident of the FRW Shelter since I was a baby. I was in a loving caring foster...

Coffeehouse showcases musical talent

The timbre of Jacki Mallett’s voice is the first thing I notice as we begin our conversation. It’s bright, like the cherry-red sign of Coastal Coffee Roasters (CCR), which she and her...

Hutchinson Square project wins award

On Feb. 2 Russ Cornette, town engineer, and Doyle Best, parks and recreation manager, accepted the Engineering Excellence Award on behalf of the town of Summerville and Stantec Consulting Services...

Inklings: TV ads, Super and otherwise

Super Bowl 50 is over: decided by the score. (Rats!). But the ads, many of them, linger. They are largely scored by opinion and clearly response. I have my favorites from Sunday’s...

Editorial: It’s nearly time to cast your vote

The candidates are coming to South Carolina. It’s time to cast your vote.

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