Three local golf experts will step into the shoes of Fred Gutierrez next month and play a round of golf using only one arm.
A woman called police to report a burglary in progress at her home on Hydrangea Street. She said she heard a loud bang at her front door but didn’t answer it because she was home alone; then she heard glass breaking downstairs and someone moving around. Police arrived and reported it didn’t appear anyone had gotten inside as the screen was still …
The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) was the recent recipient of a $18,000 check from the Friends of McLeod organization. The funds will be used at McLeod Plantation Historic Site, which is set to open in spring 2015.
In the social media world, there is something known as “Throwback Thursday.” Participants post photographs of days gone by. While I could do without …
Diabetic eye disease is the leading cause of blindness among adults
A recently completed cooperative study between the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Auburn University, and Brosnan Forest will help …
Boulder Bluff Elementary School students, teachers and parent volunteers recently began their fourth year of production of knitted hats for adults …
COLUMBIA – State officials say all of South Carolina is now in the early stages of drought.
Good news for South Carolina head coach Frank Martin, the first one’s over.
You know it’s the holiday season when the lights begin appearing in store shop windows, and along the hedges and rooftops of family homes.
Wesley Cassel loves dinosaurs.
Cross High School will be the place to be on Saturday if you have a hankering for some roundball.
Folks braved chilly weather to enjoy singing, dancing and bell-ringing under the lit-up trees on Hutchinson Square.
Police stopped by a house to tell a man to turn down his music, that’s what for. Apparently the neighbors thought it was too loud and called police. The suspect answered his door when police arrived and he appeared extremely intoxicated, according to police statements.
Editor’s note: According to information provided Wednesday by the Summerville Police Department, the following suspects were still at large. All …
A group of fifth graders received a special visitor recently.
Stratford football coach Joe Marion raved about Spartanburg's skill athletes earlier in the week and knew it could be tough to contain them all. …
Fred is a 6-month-old neutered male Coonhound mix. Fred has been blind since birth. He and his sister arrived at the shelter a couple of months ago. …
Donation from in-store Round Up campaign held July through September
She’s sending her husband to Target. Her mother will be dispatched to Kohl’s and she will be on her way to Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Dorchester District Two board members meet Nov. 24 for their regular board meeting, and members might discuss a possible time for a groundbreaking ceremony at Sires Elementary.
The Spirit Committee of Sam’s Club has begun a partnership with Clay Hill Elementary. The Spirit Committee members met with administrators and …
The Cane Bay Middle School Mock Trial Team participated in the Mock Trial Competition on Saturday, Nov. 15.
In 1973, a young newspaperman named Bill Collins, newly arrived to the town of Summerville, wrote about a proposed road project known as the Sawmill Branch Parkway.
A Clemson athletic booster club honored one of its most loyal members Wednesday.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — More than a dozen sick sea turtles are expected to be treated at the South Carolina Aquarium.
The Moultrie Constituent School Board has continued to receive input from the community and has also received periodic updates on the enrollments for all District 2 schools.
South Carolina author Alan Ables will sign copies of his novel, Tale of the Tape: Two Unlikely Heroes Take Down the Dixie Mafia, from 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. Nov. 22 at the Barnes and Noble store, 3400 Forest Dr., Columbia.
The South Carolina Gamecocks and Clemson Tigers will soon take to the football field for the annual rivalry game. Before the teams meet up on the gridiron, the American Red Cross, Charleston County Clemson Club and Charleston Area Gamecock Club invite you to show your school spirit by giving blood Nov. 17 to 26.