A Berkeley County food truck owner has been arrested on three counts of tax evasion after fa…
Downtown Nexton officially broke ground June 3 marking the start of the development of nearl…
There is a lot of talk about infrastructure. The proposed legislation in Washington, D.C., w…
It has been nearly two weeks since mask waivers were first introduced to school districts ac…
ProMotion Chiropractic and Therapeutics - a mobile chiropractic clinic - is offering a new approach to chiropractic care.
An Ashley Ridge senior battled a Pinewood Prep senior in the finals of the second annual Town of Summerville Parks and Recreation Department Home Run Derby.
Local high schools are offering athletic camps for youngsters looking to work on fundamentals and have a little fun this summer.
Darren Mazyck is the new head coach for the Ashley Ridge girls basketball team.
After making a run all the way to the Class AAAAA Lower State championship match, Summerville's tennis team has claimed some of its region’s top honors.
Teaching physical education through a blended virtual and in person platform during a global pandemic, would stop a lot of teachers from making an impact. But for Brittne Guerry, recently name…
After 33 years in education, Ann Schuler, school counselor at Marrington Elementary School in the Berkeley County School District, has announced that she will be retiring.
Herd it Here Farm had it's grand opening Saturday with the arrival of fainting goats and alpacas.
A lesson on electricity involved students having fun taking apart old electronics from home.
Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Dorchester class of 2021 is excited to get started on their first service project of the year.
Fire Safe South Carolina (FSSC) and its partners congratulate 80 local fire departments in 33 counties across the state who have actively worked to develop community risk reduction (CRR) plans…
Lowcountry Land Trust is hosting a May Giving Challenge with the goal of raising $150,000 to celebrate its anniversary and further its work protecting vital Lowcountry lands and waterways.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) applauds South Carolina’s nurses during National Nurses Week, which began May 6.
Can you believe it’s happened again? Shockingly, no school asked me to address the Class of 2021. But, I was prepared with some pearls of wisdom:
With the school year ending and the economy slowly reopening, let’s reminisce about the illustrious history of summer jobs.
After more than a year of strict COVID mandates, my state has triumphantly reopened.
There are few things I enjoy more than grilling up tasty steaks for a group of close friends, but red meat isn’t going to be on the menu this summer.