Helena Bergstrom-Pilo, Vice President of purchasing and research and development for Volvo Cars USA, prepares to speak during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Volvo Interchange on Thursday, Aug. 29.
Robby Robbins, Chairman of the South Carolina Department of Transportation Commission, greets Gov. Henry McMaster during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Volvo Interchange on Thursday, Aug. 29.
The South Carolina Highway Patrol recently sent out a statement saying there been an arrest stemming from an Aug. 17 crash that occurred near the Jamestown area of Berkeley County.
Summerville Police Department and Summerville Fire-Rescue are currently on scene of a house fire on North Magnolia Street, according to fire officials.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report of shots fired after agency officials said they discovered bullets struck a house and car early Tuesday morning on Embassy Drive.
BKeDSHop will soon bring its hand-crafted donuts and other decadent desserts to Summerville. The Charleston-based food truck business is expanding to its second storefront facility. The site will be located in Nexton’s booming business community.
Beth Ann Beerbower has a passion for teaching math. Whether it is her own students or helping a friend’s child with geometry, Beerbower likes helping others get over their fear of math.
With less than a month to go until the first day of school, Dorchester District Two is anticipating two landmark events — the opening of the new Rollings Middle School of the Arts and the groundbreaking ceremony for the district’s aquatic center.
During their final monthly meeting of the year, members of the Summerville Town council approved the budget for 2019, including a tax increase for public safety costs.
Traffic going in and out of BJ’s Wholesale Club in Summerville should be a bit smoother. The town opened the extension to Marymeade Drive in a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday. The road connects Jockey Court to the roundabout on Marymeade Drive behind the North Main Street Walmart.
The first year of any job can often be difficult, and shoppers at the Education Station in Summerville are helping first year teachers by gifting them with gift certificates for supplies.
Can we all agree that August in South Carolina is a preview of hell? The thought of spending eternity in 98-degree temps with crippling humidity is enough to keep me righteous.
Epworth Children’s Home, a Columbia-based organization serving children, youth, and families through foster care services, is expanding to Summerville. The 120-year-old home on Aug. 29 will celebrate the grand opening of Epworth’s Low Country Hub, the first satellite center for family engagement.
One of the top economic development investments in Berkeley County is inching closer to fully operating its $300 million expansion initiative it first announced in 2018.
Bob Jackson is often found strolling beneath the canopy of Live Oak trees rooted along the banks of the Ashley River. Regardless of the activity — taking his grandchildren for a swim, launching a kayak from Jessen Boat Landing or just picking up trash — Jackson enjoys his time on the blackwa…
Summerville Town Council’s District 2 race is so far looking like a repeat of 2015, when Christine Czarnik and Terry Jenkins both vied for the local seat. Each candidate has again filed to run — Czarnik as the incumbent and Jenkins her challenger.
More than $650,000 will return to about 1,250 Dorchester County residents by the end of 2019, thanks to a unique tax credit program the county implemented for the first time this year.