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11 hrs ago | Easley Progress
Deputy Brent McKinney and Corp. Caleb Carroll are shown with Justin Brown, Emily Rochester, Brandon Lowe and Cole Compton, Explorers from the Anderson County Sheriff's Office.
15 hrs ago | The Summerville Journal-Scene
Provided Kathy Rogers, Bethany United Methodist Church; Jay Medlin, Fruit of the Loom; Jim Rooney, State Farm; Chief Richard Waring; Charles Chitwood, State Farm; Tony Pope, State Farm; Don Balderson, Bank of America; Nise Lowell, Heritage Trust.
The term 'high performance home' may conjure images of high-tech computerized houses, but high performance homes aren't futuristic at all.
The nine-story hotel planned near the base of the Ravenel Bridge on the peninsular side of the span will carry not one banner but two.
Bazzle is a Summerville native and Summerville High School alumnus. A self-proclaimed 'late bloomer,' Bazzle started volunteering at Lowcountry fire departments in 2005.
Whether it's a separate room, a corner of the kitchen or a desk in the guest room, one challenge of having a home office is keeping it neat and tidy.
Jim Tatum/Journal Scene Rollins Edwards holds a jar that contains some of his own skin that he lost due to military experiments testing chemical agents on African American soldiers during World War II.
Provided South State Bank employees unveiled the new sign on the Summerville office July 18. From left, Mike Drohan, Allison Williams, Amber Wallace, Nancy Cox, Sheila Martin, Cindy Powell, Daniel Parsons and Rick Fleming.
A new sporting goods store with an 18-lane indoor shooting range is scheduled to open its doors in Summerville next year.
Hannah Lauren Davis of Rural Hall, North Carolina and John Blake Eidson of Summerville, South Carolina were married on July 20, 2014 at the Pavilion at Pepper Plantation in Awendaw, South Carolina with reception following.
A 29-year-old Summerville man has died after he fell into a pond at a sand mine in Colleton County.
Colleton County Fire-Rescue director Barry McRoy said an employee at Murray Mines Inc., Kyle Martin, fell into the pond where he and other employees were pumping out sand.
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 06:46 pm
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