The Berkeley Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for Diesel Barbershop at Nexton Square on Oct. 18 at 9:45 a.m.
Summerville is knit together by small businesses and the sense of community they foster for the town. Now those businesses — or anyone wanting to start one — have an outlet to address issues and brainstorm ideas with town officials through the town’s community office hours.
Buffalo Wild Wings opened its new Summerville location in Cane Bay on Sept. 17.
A Summerville insurance agent has opened a new agency in North Charleston.
Summerville dental practice Coastal Kids Dental and Braces and Coastal Family Orthodontics has opened its new location and will hold a celebratory ribbon-cutting later this month.
Dominion Energy South Carolina recently celebrated its 20,000th appliance recycling program pickup with the Timms family.
The Town of Summerville will re-establish single-stream recycling curbside collections on June 28.
Steinberg Law Firm announceS the addition of attorney Rachel Igdal to their Summerville office. Rachel will join the construction defect practice area team, representing homeowners, condominium associations, homeowner associations (HOA) and others against builders, general contractors, and s…
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that your financial situation can have a ginormous impact on your health.
Attorney Holmes served as a South Carolina personal injury lawyer for 42 years, helping thousands of clients get on the road to recovery.
State Farm agent Tony Pope is pleased to announce that Allyson Barrington has joined his team at their new North Charleston location,which is scheduled to open in May at 8316 Rivers Avenue.
GreenPal, an on-demand lawn care service app, has recently announced its launch in the Summerville community. The app is currently operating in more than 48 states throughout the nation. As it sets its roots in Summerville, co-founder Gene Caballero, is optimistic of its potential.
Food Lion has opened a new store at 975 Bacons Bridge Rd. in Summerville. The new store will have approximately 75 associates and serve customers daily from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. Food Lion recently completed the acquisition of this location, which was formerly a BI-LO, after announcing its pl…
In a statement released March 18, Google announced plans to invest more than $500 million in South Carolina, expanding its data center footprint in Berkeley County.
Summerville Communications Inc. and its family of papers brought home several journalism awards given by the South Carolina Press Association.
Money from the new $1.9 trillion stimulus package could start rolling out this week. It’s one of the largest stimulus relief bills yet. It includes another cash infusion to help struggling Americans and businesses hit hard as the economic impact of COVID-19 plays out.
No word yet on if pumpkin spice funnel cakes will be a part of the festival fare but the Flowertown Festival is changing seasons.
Retail giant Walmart's decision to build a $220 million import distribution center off Interstate 26 in Dorchester County was by far the biggest economic development announcement in the Charleston region in 2020, according to a new report from the S.C. Commerce Department.
SUMMERVILLE, S.C., January 29, 2021 – The Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce’s award program is designed to recognize the dedication, achievement and entrepreneurial spirit displayed by exceptional local businesses, nonprofits and individuals. Recipients of the 2020 Ch…
Financial Advisor Thomas Johnson of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Summerville has achieved the professional designation of Accredited Asset Management Specialist (SM).
The Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce’s award program is designed to recognize the dedication, achievement and entrepreneurial spirit displayed by exceptional local businesses, nonprofits and individuals. Recipients of the 2020 Chamber Awards were announced virtually …
Berkeley County’s jobless rate has increased slightly during the last month, according to the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce.
With 2021 upon us, the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce is looking back over the last ten months to see not only how far we have come, but also a look to what’s in store for the new year. This pandemic, unlike more typical economic recessions, has brought unforeseen challenges and while there are certainly lessons learned and things we could have done differently, the truth is, our agency has done a lot of things right.
The Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce has released information on the 2021 Executive Committee and Board of Directors.
A recent ribbon cutting event by the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of a new store in Summerville for Motherland Essentials.
Dorchester County saw no change in last month’s unemployment rate, according to the Department of Employment and Workforce.
The current vaccine has to be stored at -80C, it takes some engineering and technology to get things that cold for a long period of time. Horizon Scientific is now as busy as ever.
Jennifer Watson (Our Sweet Tea Life Travel, Summerville) is now a certified destination wedding, honeymoon and romance travel specialist (CDWHRTS) recognized by the Destination Wedding & Honeymoon Specialists Association (DWHSA).
The Junior Service League of Summerville has announced its annual holiday event dates for 2020: Christmas on the Square Dec. 5-18, and PJ’s with Santa on Dec. 5.
The Summerville Chamber is one of nine accredited chambers in the state.
Just in time for the holiday season, Charleston-area personal injury law practice, Steinberg Law Firm, has chosen eight local organizations to benefit from the firm’s annual Employee Community Fund.
Starting today, neighbors in Jedburg can nourish their families at Food Lion’s newest location at 2915 W. 5th North St., Summerville, S.C. 29483. The new store is open daily from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m.
Hoover Automotive Group’s 50th anniversary marks five decades of unwavering service to our community – and a renewed commitment to continue its legacy of excellence.
Gov. McMaster today announced that two new South Carolina CARES Act grant programs, the Minority and Small Business Relief Grant Program and the Nonprofit Relief Grant Program, will begin accepting applications on Oct. 19. The programs will provide financial reimbursement to South Carolina's…
The College of Nursing at Charleston Southern University announced an exceptional 95.3 percent NCLEX-RN pass rate for its 2019-2020 nursing graduates per the National Council of State Boards of Nursing.
The number of Dorchester County deaths related to opioid use decreased during the previous year, according to a recent study released this week by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
Town officials, business leaders and lovers of art attended Thursday’s ribbon cutting ceremony at the Public Works Arts Center in downtown Summerville.
Gov. Henry McMaster today issued Executive Order 2020-63, which lifts all occupancy limitations in restaurants throughout South Carolina, effective immediately.
At Bottles Beverage Superstore in Summerville the focus is about more than meeting the bottom line and making the next sale. Owners and staff at one of Flowertown’s newest beer, wine and liquor shops views patrons as family and friends—likely because they are.
Jovita Carranza, the administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration, stopped by three veteran-owned business that utilized Paycheck Protection Program funds.
A Summerville-based company said it has completed its acquisition of an Irish startup that makes ultra-thin light panels that can be used to illuminate a variety of building and vehicle interiors.
A new car wash with character-themed wash experiences is coming to the outskirts of Summerville near Goose Creek.
Eligible businesses seeking assistance should operate in the tri-county and be able to provide evidence of revenue loss since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Business owners may apply for a one-year, interest-deferred and/or an interest-free loan ranging from $10,000 to $100,000.
The construction had to be delayed because of the efforts to stop the work but soon there will be a ceremonial ribbon cutting marking its completion.
The coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on local employment, according to data from a major economic indicator released last week.
Inc. magazine revealed that Preferred Home Services is No. 1,352 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
The Greater Summerville Chamber of Commerce along with Dorchester Economic Development held a virtual, Industry Appreciation event. The virtual gathering, presented by TD Bank, took on the challenging subject of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.).
TOWN OF SUMMERVILLE FARMER'S MARKET: The Summerville Farmers Market will not be back in its normal form for the rest of 2020, but it will take place as a scaled-down Mini Summerville Farmers Market in an effort to support local farmers. The market operates between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. every Saturday behind Town Hall.