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Summerville D.R.E.A.M. along with Old Barrel Tea Company and TSG Real Estate are celebrating their move into new offices. Members of the public will have an opportunity to tour the new offices spaces located at 130 E. 2nd North St. during a joint ribbon cutting hosted by the Greater Summervi…

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A discussion of traffic, growth and government transparency occupied the bulk of the conversation at Tuesday's election forum hosted by the League of Women Voters. Three of four Summerville mayoral candidates and all five candidates running for town council answered questions from the audience.

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The inaugural Edisto Blackwater Boogie took place during the weekend, drawing enthusiastic crowds to Givhans Ferry State Park for the largest music festival in Dorchester County’s recent history.

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Residents have until Nov. 4 to vote absentee at the Dorchester County Elections and Voter Registration Office located at 201 Johnston Street in St. George. Absentee voting will only be available at this location between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday — Friday.

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After several years of work to update the town’s Unified Development Ordinance, the document has been adopted by the Summerville Town Council.

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A mini winter wonderland is coming soon to downtown Summerville. The Summerville Town Council voted on Thursday night to give $130,000 of hospitality tax money to Summerville DREAM for the installation of a portable, seasonal ice skating rink.

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The countdown to holiday season is in full swing, and prepping for the busy, family-friendly festivities is an extravagant occasion that requires intense planning for one of the Lowcountry’s top tourist attractions.

Jim’s assignment to England in the 1970s was one of our favorites in many ways, especially in language, and in that category, especially in idioms.

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If you would have asked Meg Franklin at any point in her life what she wanted to be she would have given you the same answer. She wanted to be a teacher.

Classic Disney songs played on a speaker as a dozen or so toddlers made waves with a large colorful parachute during a recent Tot Time in the Rollins Edwards Community Center at the Armory. Their laughter echoed through the building that once sat abandoned.

On Oct. 1 the South Carolina State Department of Education released its report card for every school in the state.

This bit of advice appeared in an article in Air Mates, the Officers’ Wives’ Club periodical at Charleston AFB 52 years ago. And yes, I was writing for that publication then.

Peggie Hartwell understands that quilting is about so much more than pattern selection and sewing layers of fabric together. As a child, she grew up watching women in her own family gather around a frame and talk as they sewn layers of textiles together.

The Commissioners of Public Works of the Town of Summerville is celebrating 100 years on October 2. Summerville CPW was formed by Town Council on October 2, 1919 after a special election of the same date resulted in the following three Commissioners being elected: M. Barshay, L.A. Walker and…

Rockstar Cheer Charleston just opened a new location in Nexton at 1270 Dropoff Dr. A grand opening celebration is planned 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. Along with food trucks, a bounce house, tumble clinic, vendors and giveaways, the Stingray’s and River Dogs mascots will be on site. Two Gir…

Zandrina Riley has a passion to help children. She worked as a social worker in the Boston area for many years and often used arts and crafts to help children work together.



Traffic circles; love 'em or hate 'em?

The proposed traffic circle at "Five Points intersection" at South Main and Carolina Avenue is back in the news. What do you think of this change? Read the story: http://bit.ly/2mnpOLp.

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