A Mississippi-based developer that owns assisted living facilities throughout the southeast wants to build a facility in Summerville, it would be the company’s first in South Carolina.
After months of deliberation, the Summerville D.R.E.A.M. Board of Directors has announced that Steven Doniger has been selected as the new exe…
A Norfolk Southern train that derailed between Orangeburg Road and Campbell Thickett Road created some delays but no public safety concerns.
Menopause is a natural, normal process, but for some women it can feel quite mysterious -- because it's something so few people discuss.
The 2019 North Charleston Dixie Softball Angels (10U) Traditional All-Stars wrapped up the most successful season in program history last week.
Summerville Country Club hosted 114 golfers July 15 for the Charleston Area Men's Interclub Golf Association’s latest outing.
The Cooper River Bridge Run (CRBR) announced July 18 that voting for the “People’s Choice” of the CRBR Design Contest has officially opened.
The Palmetto Striders Track Club is sending six athletes to the AAU Track and Field National Championships.
This Week's Circulars
Dorchester County District 2 is holding a job fair on Wednesday July 31st at Fort Dorchester Elementary School.
Over 200 law enforcement officials gathered Wednesday at Stratford High School in Goose Creek to take part in an active shooter drill.
The Summerville Education Association has presented a petition with 1,000 signatures to the Dorchester County Council requesting a re-negotiat…
Senior Center Calendar
40 Years Ago
Bruce is a 2-year-old male terrier mix, who’s a very sweet and very shy at first with people, but once he gets to know you, he’ll give the bes…
Another season for the Flowertown Underground closes with William Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus” which runs from July 18-21.
To the Editor:
Call me an idealist, optimist, a visionary or Don Quixote for gallantly chasing the windmills of economic opportunity and prosperity for minor…
Most of us probably remember learning things in high school that we rarely if ever use as adults – like how to calculate the area of a trapezo…
To the editor: