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A suburb of Charleston, Summerville was settled after the Revolutionary War and was named Pineland Village in 1785. Summerville became a town in 1847 and was named a top spot for the recovery of lung and throat disorders in 1899 by the Congress of Physicians, due in part to the presence of so many trees that released turpentine derivatives into that area. The area today plays host to the Flowertown Festival. Held each spring it is the largest arts and crafts festival in South Carolina.
Local Newspapers: The Summerville Journal Scene
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Local Colleges: Charleston Southern University
Zip Codes associated with summerville, south carolina:
29445 29456 29472 29483 29485
Towns/Cities near summerville, south carolina : Lincolnville Ladson Ridgeville Knightsville Moncks Corner
Residents ask about zoning, downtown plans
As Summerville continues to make plans with the Unified Development Ordinance, residents continue to raise questions about zoning, which was one of the things that came out of the Dec. 13 Chat with the Mayor. It was a small but inquisitive crowd with about six residents.Police: Charges dropped against Summerville brothers in relative's death
The charges were disposed of months ago. According to the Dorchester County court website, a murder charge was dropped against Raymond Alfonzo Mayzck Jr., 34, of Lake Drive, on Aug. 24. That same day a charge of accessory after-the-fact of murder was dismissed against his brother Darrhyl Lee Mazyck, 32, of the same address.Town Council updated on road projects
Russ Cornette, town engineer and director of public works, gave an update on ongoing projects to council members during the public works committee meeting Monday night. In April, the County Transportation Committee reallocated $729,000 in funds from the Central Avenue Brick Arch replacement to resurfacing state roads in Summerville.A decade after the flames
It was one of the most devastating days in Yvonne Caruso's life, as she watched bright orange flames rip through her business on Highway 78. A decade later the memory of Dec. 13, 2007 still ignites in her mind, though the tragedy's anniversary caught her by surprise. Caruso said she was chatting recently with employees when the realization struck her.North Charleston proceeding with more annexation in West Ashley; likely to spark Charleston lawsuit
North Charleston will vote Thursday to annex a 1-acre piece of land along S.C. Highway 61 opposite Runnymede Plantation. Runnymede has 114 acres on Highway 61. It's near Magnolia Plantation and Drayton Hall.Berkeley announces warming centers in Summerville
With cold weather expected in the coming days, Berkeley County Emergency Preparedness Department announces there will be warming centers open in the county starting Tuesday evening. Ridge Baptist Church of Summerville, located at 2168 Ridge Church Road in Summerville , will serve as a warming center Wednesday, Dec. 13. Both warming center locations will be open from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. and will provide hot meals for dinner, beds for the evening and breakfast in the morning.Charleston-area YouTube star Angry Grandpa has died
We're sorry to hear today that Charlie Green, the cantankerous, unfiltered Summerville man known on YouTube by millions of followers as Angry Grandpa, has died. In a v ideo posted yesterday , Angry Grandpa's son Michael Green, known as Pickleboy and Kid Behind a Camera, posted a tearful video breaking the news of his father's passing.Got an ugly holiday sweater? Wear it to upcoming trivia nights, fundraisers, and comedy shows
Ugly holiday sweaters not only keep us warm , but they also give us that special, "We didn't try too hard, but kind of hard" look. Sexy Santa looks are difficult to pull off, ya know? If you're dying to don your ugliest holiday sweater, look no further than these parties and events around town, kicking off this Wed.Confederate flag group considering legal action after being kicked out of Summerville parade
Some members of the H.L. Hunley Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans gave candy to spectators at the Summerville Christmas Parade on Sunday. The group was allowed to participate in the parade while the Carolina Flaggers were not.Police: Dorchester Co. man shot after he kicked in ex-girlfriend's door, tried to fight new boyfriend
A Dorchester County man was shot in the arm after Summerville police said he kicked in the door to his former girlfriend's residence Sunday night. It was just before 9 p.m. when authorities said David Rutledge, 22, who's charged with burglary, forced his way into the woman's Summerville apartment and stormed into the bedroom where a man and his girlfriend slept, according to an incident report.Grapevine: Big Apple creating big delays for Charleston's mega-ships
The COSCO Development kicked off a series of visits to the Port of Charleston by large container ships making their way from Asia through the expanded Panama Canal. Those ships are supposed to arrive weekly, but the addition of the Port of New York and New Jersey to the route has them consistently running behind schedule.Families get in the holiday spirit at Christmas parades in Mount Pleasant, Summerville
Some Christmas wishes were more literal than others as friendly waves went back-and-forth between participants and spectators - including 4-year-old Jakylia and brother Jajuan Grant, 6 - during the Summerville Christmas Parade on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10, 2017. Wade Spees/Staff After days of cold rain earlier in the week, sunlight warmed the scene for the Summerville Christmas Parade as it rounded the corner from North Main Street onto West Richardson Avenue on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10, 2017.Summerville and Mount Pleasant Christmas parades on Sunday
Some Christmas wishes were more literal than others as friendly waves went back-and-forth between participants and spectators - including 4-year-old Jakylia and brother Jajuan Grant, 6 - during the Summerville Christmas Parade on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10, 2017. Wade Spees/Staff After days of cold rain earlier in the week, sunlight warmed the scene for the Summerville Christmas Parade as it rounded the corner from North Main Street onto West Richardson Avenue on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10, 2017.North Charleston police arrest man in Summerville in connection with 2016 homicide
Brandon Grayer was arrested on murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime, burglary in the first degree and kidnapping, according to North Charleston PD public information officer Spencer Pryor. Police responded to Waters at Magnolia Bay Apartments in Summerville, located at 10765 Highway 78, at about 11:30 p.m. in reference to attempting to locate a wanted suspect.Storm, early cold brought brighter fall colors to South Carolina Lowcountry this year
Fall colors on the cypress trees in Cantey Bay in a photograph taken shortly after sunrise this fall at Santee National Wildlife Refuge. Carl Miller/Provided Fall colors on the cypress trees in Cantey Bay in a photograph taken shortly after sunrise this fall at Santee National Wildlife Refuge.County officials: Judge dismisses lawsuit involving referendum for parks, libraries
The judge has spoken, and the lawsuit against the $43 million bond referendum Dorchester County voters passed in November 2016 to fund new parks and libraries, has been dismissed, according to Council Chair Jay Byars. "This is a great day for Dorchester County and the citizens of our county," he said.Summerville man arrested on child pornography charges
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson announced the arrest of 31-year-old Jonathan Bernt Walsh on three charges connected to the exploitation of a minor. Walsh is charged with three counts of second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor, a felony offense punishable by up to ten years imprisonment on each count.
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