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State unemployment numbers continue rise because of the COVID-19 pandemic. So far over 540,000 people have filed for initial unemployment claims since the beginning of March. Because of this f…

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The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office had to call the bomb squad on the afternoon of May, 27. The agency is confirming through a statement that a resident drove, an incendiary, from the St. G…

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There was a comeback for the ages, courage and toughness were on display, championship dreams were realized and the Class of 2020 will never forget the day the academic and sports world came t…

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Local artist Debbie Grogen was born in Charleston and has lived in the Lowcountry her entire life. I met her when Art on the Square used to be the old Art Central in downtown Summerville. Her …

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Charleston Southern University announced that, beginning in the fall, students can take part in a new 15-hour interdisciplinary minor in Leadership.

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Dorchester District 2 announced on Monday May 18th that they will be cancelling a number of summer programs for the 2020 school year. 

Berkeley County is scheduled to return to OPCON Level 3, or normal operating conditions, at noon today. The County continues to work with local, state and federal officials to monitor COVID-19…

When it comes to COVID-19, information comes as fast and furious as its spread. But how does one make sure the information they are getting, is actual fact?

The Town of Summerville’s State of Emergency expired on Thursday. Now the municipality is moving forward with gradual steps to reopen its public facilities and resume a new normal of operations.

Registration for 4k/Child Development, Kindergarten and 1st grade at Dorchester District 2 will begin on May 18th and will be open until May 20th.

Charleston Southern University announced on May 13th that it would provide residential and commuter students with financial assistance to help them with the impact of the coronavirus

Summerville native TSgt Matthew Lotz returned from a seven-month Mideast deployment on Mother’s Day and is pictured with his wife Allison and children Emma Grace and Harrison. A big thanks to …

Summerville’s Robby Robbins was reappointed to a second term as a member of the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) Commission on Wednesday. Robbins represents the First Congre…

The Strands on the Beech Tea at Beech Hill Elementary has been a tradition at the school for twelve years. It has become a rite of passage for 5th grade girls at the school.

Dorchester District 2 announced that they will be holding all of their high school graduations in-person. This decision came after careful consideration from district administrators and princi…

As many states begin to roll back restrictions meant to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, South Carolina is also gradually opening its economy and public spaces.

On April 13, 2020, two Airmen were tracking multiple tornadoes near Joint Base Charleston. One of the tornadoes was a threat to the installation; however, the two Airmen accomplished tasks nee…

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