After several months in search of a new leader, Summerville Medical Center's new CEO began his role Monday.
Jeff Taylor, a veteran from within the hospital's parent company, started in his new role on Monday
Three hotel brands are opening at Nexton in the span of about a month, and a fourth is on the way.
Walmart, the world's largest retailer, is no longer open 24 hours at two of its 10 big-box stores in the Charleston area.
Do the latest cluster of earthquakes in the region mean we're due for a shock? No more than usual, experts say.
Lowcountry Women’s Specialists recently welcomed 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 hig…
Morton Buildings, a post-frame manufacturing and construction business, recently announced it is expanding operations into Summerville. The Illinois-based company serviced the Summerville area in the past, but to meet industry demands in the area, has established a new, permanent office loca…
Summerville Medical Center recently celebrated major achievements with robotic surgery procedures.
Maude Callen died nearly 30 years ago, but her legacy as a pioneering caregiver for the poor in Berkeley County is alive and well at Roper St. Francis Berkeley Hospital.
Exactly seven years ago the Summerville restaurant, Sweetwater Cafe, closed its doors. This week the restaurant has been reborn as Sweetwater 123, located at 123 W. Richardson Avenue. The restaurant’s retail shop has been open since the end of October. Owners Chris and Sharon Bauer renovated…
Parker’s Kitchen recently opened a new store at 1107 Cane Bay Boulevard. The award-winning convenience and food service company has multiple locations across coastal Georgia and the South Carolina Lowcountry. The Cane Bay store is the company’s 60th store and its second location in Summervil…
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…
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…
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It’s not uncommon for Rhonda Henthorne to wake at 4:30 a.m. on a Tuesday through Saturday to mix cake batter in the work trailer next to her Ridgeville home. It’s the quiet still of the morning when the seasoned baker starts her day.
Business has picked up steadily in the two months since Madres Mexican Restaurant opened its doors at 1001 Bacons Bridge Rd Unit C.
Donovan’s Custom Framing is under new ownership after James Trimm bought the business from Dennis and Maryanne Donovan. The sale took place in August, but staff recently made it official with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Move over lumberjacks, axe throwing is for everyone now.
A modern shoe company is coming soon to historic downtown Summerville. Sole Shoe Co. will open in late April at 118 E. Richardson Ave. Suite A.
Main Street Reads will celebrate their opening with a ribbon cutting at 1pm on Friday, March 1. Summerville’s new Indie bookstore is located at 115 S. Main Street. Summerville local Kathryn Taylor, author of Two Minus One, will be on hand to sign her award-winning memoir. Also featured will …
Alora’s Closet Children’s Boutique is now open at 440 Old Trolley Rd. Suite G. Owner Amanda Harmon said Alora’s Closet is different than other stores that have been in the area because she is specializing in boutique style smocked dresses.
Miss Maddies, a shop providing customized pet products, celebrated their grand opening on Jan. 11. The shop is located at 805 North Cedar Street in Summerville.
About 25 Community Resource Center volunteers joined together on Saturday to distribute 150 bags of groceries and hygiene kits and school supplies to people in the Brownsville community.
Summerville Burrito Co. is delaying opening the restaurant after the business announced online it was robbed over the holidays.
Rustic Grace Designs has opened a store at 445 N. Main St., Suite B in Summerville. Owner Kimberly Knight said she previously created handmade, customized items on the side but in November she opened brick and mortar shop with her business partner, Christina Kirkland.
Palmetto Custom Carts of Summerville is opening this month at 112 East 3rd North Street in Summerville. The sales and repair shop for golf carts will offer Club Car, one of the largest golf cart manufacturers in the nation.
Tommy’s Dry Cleaners has opened its Summerville location at 1907 Varner St. After serving in the Goose Creek area for 18 years the business has expanded to offer dry cleaner services to Summerville residents.
Nexton has received four awards for its work in marketing, design and technology at the 30th annual PRISM Awards. Nexton, a planned development community located of Interstate 26 exit 199 in Summerville, was awarded Best Brochure, Best Print Campaign and Best Website and Best Social Media ca…
Worldwide Equipment has opened a new location at 780 Jedburg Road in Summerville. The new full-service dealership will sell heavy-duty trucks and offer a service center. WE closed their dealership in Charleston in preparation for their new location in Summerville. WE is part of a network of …
A Philly Pretzel Factory opened Saturday in the Windmill Station at Carnes Crossroads located at 2007 Second Ave., Suite A.
Business in Collins Square continues to grow.