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…

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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. 

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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).

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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.

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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…

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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.

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The coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on local employment, according to data from a major economic indicator released last week.

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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.).

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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.

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Soon we will here the sound of school buses as school will begin on Tuesday, Sept 8. (Which is very different because for the past fifty plus years school has started in Aug). Bonner Elem. welcomes new staff members, Ms. Beauford; Mrs. Glenn; Mrs. Green; Mrs.Edens; Mrs. Tindal; Mrs. Stratton; and Ms. Wallace. HB1 will provide all school supplies for the new school year. Students will not need to share any supplies his year. Please plan to provide a book bag. Macedonia Middle School will provide the following supplies for each student: Binder, Package of binder dividers, college ruled lined paper, composition notebook, pencils, pencil pouch ( traditional Pathway students only). Students will need to provide colored pencils, hand held pencil sharpener 9traditional Pathway students only), and a box of pens (blue or black).

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The Summerville Town Council has ruled to extend the emergency ordinance requiring masks. The ordinance states the public must wear face coverings inside businesses where face-to-face interaction occurs and outside where social distancing is not possible through 11:59 p.m. Sept. 10, 2020.

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According to the Property Tax Reform Act of 2006, most real estate transfers are considered Assessable Transfers of Interest or ATI’s. Properties that are classified as ATI’s are required to be reappraised at current market value as of December 31st of the year in which the sale occurred.

Many of the events on this calendar may have been reschedule due to recent health concerns. Please call before attending.

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