Jan. 3, 2020 marked the second anniversary of Snowstorm Grayson blanketing Summerville, Moncks Corner and Goose Creek in more than 6-inches of snow and ice.

Ricky Waring was sworn in as the new Mayor of Summerville on Thursday. Town Council chambers were so full that an overflow room was set up on the floor below to accommodate for the 200 people present to witness the dawn of a new era in local government.

The Summerville Music Club will perform a concert at 7 p.m. Jan. 14 in The Presbyterian Village Chapel, 201 W. 9th North St., Summerville.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Sorry, I meant to whisper — just in case your head hurts from partying like it’s 1999. (RIP, Prince.)

Atlantic tarpon, often referred to as the “silver king” by the sport fishing community, are considered one of the most prized catches in the world. These prehistoric fish, dating back over 100 million years, can reach 8 feet in length and weigh up to 300 pounds. They can be found along the A…

As his four-year term comes to a close, Summerville Mayor Wiley Johnson looked back on his time in office with a mix of emotions; frustration over goals not met, pride for big successes, and hope for the next administration.

Once a year for three decades those who have lost children, parents, siblings and friends to drunk or drugged drivers have come to the Moncks Corner A.M.E church to tell deeply personal and painful stories of their loss. The event held on the evening of Dec. 17 was no different.

There has been a request to turn the Cypress Ridge Community on Hwy 17A and Cypress Forest Drive into a General Commercial development along the Hwy 17A frontage for 120 dwelling units.

Berkeley County Coroner, George Oliver announced the identity of a Summerville woman following a fatality in a two-car collision. Oliver said in a statement that the victim is 63-year-old Debra Jennings. The accident happened Monday morning on Dec. 23, near Lakewood Drive and Highway 17-A, i…

The monthly Department of Employment and Workforce survey of households across the state estimated the number of South Carolinians working moved substantially higher, establishing a new record of 2,324,510.

Doyle Best, director of the Summerville Parks and Recreation Department, is leaving the town for a position with the City of North Charleston.

The U.S. Small Business Administration announced last week that Working Capital Disaster Loans are available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and private nonprofit organizations located in South Carolina as a result of drought begi…

Temperatures dropped to the low 30s in Summerville Thursday morning, inspiring a fun loving prank involving the sculpture of Polly Chisholm Brooks in Summerville's Hutchinson Square.

The Spinx Company, the Greenville-based fuel and convenience retail company with more than 80 locations and 50 car washes statewide, celebrated the opening of the Spinx #378 store in Summerville, SC on Thursday, Dec. 12th. Located at 930 W. 5th North St., Summerville, SC, the new store will …

Lowcountry Women’s Specialists welcomes Dr. Martha Cohen to their OB/GYN practice. Dr. Cohen is currently scheduling patients in the Carnes Crossroads, Summerville and North Charleston offices where she provides comprehensive OB/GYN services, including routine wellness visits and high-risk p…

Lacie Mizzell’s inspiration to become a teacher came early in life. She recalled how school always came easy to her, but her younger sister often had trouble completing work and taking tests. Mizzell said that this experience made her want to help students and teach.

Linda Birkitt and Clifton Jones have an unlikely friendship. Separated by 2,000 miles, it might be surprising that the two met in the first place, but considering the U.S. Marine Corps motto, “Semper Fi,” meaning always faithful, their story makes complete sense.

The holiday season has arrived which means a lot parties and, for some, a few spirits. But be aware that law enforcement has, once again, kicked off it’s ‘Sober or Slammer’ campaign.

The holiday season has arrived which means a lot parties and, for some, a few spirits. But be aware that law enforcement has, once again, kicked off it’s ‘Sober or Slammer’ campaign.

The Berkeley Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Forecast are hosting one of many premier events featuring an in-depth and candid look at where the national, state, regional, and Berkeley County are heading in the near and long-term future.

Summerville Mayor Wiley Johnson selected 16 residents to appoint to the town’s various volunteer-lead committees, town council approved four of them and deferred voting on most of the appointments until January when the new administration is sworn in.


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