SOL Southwest Tequila Bar in Summerville is hosting "Kitchen Karma" through the end of the month to raise money for a local nonprofit.
A former Summerville police officer was arrested by agents from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division after investigators accused him of stealing guns from Summerville Police Department'…
Congratulations go to Hunter Winningham (pictured here with The Journal Scene's Jennifer Napier) for winning the YETI LOADOUT GOBOX from the Journal Scene's sign up and win raffle held at thei…
Before Elizabeth Griswold cleans a COVID-19 patient's room, she slides into a gown, two sets of gloves, an I-95 mask, goggles, a hair net and booties.
Charleston area residents can join the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's in North Charleston on Oct. 16.
Trident United Way has partnered with local library systems, including those in Berkeley and Dorchester counties, to promote reading to children from birth to age 5 and improve regional litera…
The 22nd McElveen Race for the ARK was a "banner year" that saw 400 participants and raised more than $30,000 to benefit Alzheimer's research and resources, according to an ARK press release.
The city of Goose Creek announced a regional company is setting up its headquarters there and will create 30 new jobs for the area.
In mid-October of 2015 the Lowcountry was still assessing damage caused by a rare flooding event, better known as the 1,000-year flood. Over four days, as if on a conveyor belt, a swath of rai…
In just 28 days, Rob and Kathy Zdenek expect to sell more than 6,000 pumpkins.
This week’s column is on Art featuring artist Hank D. Herring who comes from a line of quilters and painters in his family. He is originally from Rose Hill, N.C. (near Wilmington). One can see…
It’s a fern, of course.
This week’s pets of the week are Robb and Virgil, both of Dorchester Paws Community Animal Shelter.
Goose Creek Police Department announced the arrests of two suspects, including a juvenile girl, in a fatal shooting last month.
Almost two decades have passed since Fred Greene Jr. was gunned down inside a Berkeley County night club. On Sept. 28, as his family looked on, the sheriff’s office announced an arrest in the case.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a designation meant to bring more attention to a year-round problem that is generational and widespread. Throughout the past year and a half, the …
Every day, new arrivals show up at the Berkeley County Animal Center.
This week’s pets of the week are Voltaire and Velma, both of Dorchester Paws Community Animal Shelter.
It was just before 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 27 when a 3.3 magnitude earthquake struck the Lowcountry, following two smaller temblors in Dorchester County earlier that day. The quake’s epicenter was …
ART On the Square gallery, 420 Nexton Square Drive, Summerville, 843-871-0297. Daily from noon to 6 p.m. https://artonthesquare.gallery/
Finally, fall! Well, folks, I am back — I was born on the first day of fall (Sept. 22), but I hope to never fall again after having fallen the end of June which led to shoulder surgery and cau…
The Summerville Family YMCA has events and programs for all ages and abilities year-round. In addition to summer camps — from summer specialty camps to adventure camps — it hosts events like:
Bonnie Henry, who owns Henry Farms Crafts, has been crafting jewelry made from vintage and antique china sets for nearly five years.
While hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the country pour into the dreamy southern town of Summerville to attend the much acclaimed Flowertown Festival, the festival is still the …
A festival that began with 12 women organizing a fundraiser in 1972 has grown into one of the largest arts and crafts fairs in the Southeast.
Looking back at the start of the Flowertown Festival, Judy Cranford fondly remembers the year that began what is now nearly a 50-year-old tradition.
This is one of the many plants that make me glad that I live in the South.
When Carol McDowell and Sandra Gerler Flanagan met in their first grade class in Missouri, they had no idea they would one day be publishing a book together.
The deadline is approaching for nonprofits to submit a project to Trident United Way for Days of Caring Nov. 17-19.
Summerville Mayor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities (SMC) has announced that its annual Berlin G. Myers Swinging for Success Golf Tournament will be held at the Summerville…
This week’s pets of the week are Little Mama and Sam, both of Dorchester Paws Community Animal Shelter.
In a job that literally puts its workforce on the front lines of the medical profession, right now paramedics and EMTs (emergency medical technicians) are in short supply locally and across th…
Moments after taking a fall while trying to learn how to ride his bike, 4-year-old Lynk Servey got back up and successfully rode for the first time. Four months later, he had covered more than…
One of these summers I am going to take a proper vacation. This pandemic has upset so many aspects of our lives, and I am really looking forward to more “normalization” … which ought to come w…
Earlier this month, the Summerville chapter of the American Legion celebrated 100 years of service to the area with an event complete with military history and equipment.
This week’s pets of the week are both currently at Dorchester Paws Shelter in Summerville. Canyon and Mandy are waiting to meet their new forever families
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 a…
Earlier this month, Gov. Henry McMaster signed a statewide response plan for child abuse cases, establishing protocols for how agencies in South Carolina should handle allegations.
Berkeley County officials are implementing a countywide noise ordinance, which they feel is solid enough to enforce without infringing on the personal freedoms of residents.
You have probably seen this one’s bright butter-yellow flowers, the plants commonly very abundant in old agricultural fields and roadsides. The plants are sometimes present in the thousands, a…
Buffalo Wild Wings opened its new Summerville location in Cane Bay on Sept. 17.
Sweet tea, Summerville's staple beverage and largely favored mixer, is becoming a point of celebration for the town as the day of the annual Sweet Tea Festival inches closer on the calendar.
This week's pets of the week are two pups that are currently at Dorchester Paws Shelter in Summerville. Both middle-aged dogs are hopeful they will find a new home soon.
God has not given us a spirit of fear
On Sept. 11, 2001, he was one of the thousands who responded to the World Trade Center.
“…And, most dear actors, eat no onions nor garlic, for we are to utter sweet breath.”
A Summerville insurance agent has opened a new agency in North Charleston.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office is investigating scams involving alleged moving companies.
Berkeley County EMS officials visited health care staff at Moncks Corner Medical Center on Sept. 1 — and they brought some four-legged team members with them.
The days have been heavy for over a year now as Crystal Campbell continues to care for her patients in the Intensive Care Unit at Trident Medical Center.