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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
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Federal data says homelessness is down more than 22 percent in S.C., but shelters say otherwise
Ted Taylor, 59, uses a shovel to remove debris from a burned house near a homeless camp in Summerville on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2017, while Anthony Hyatt, 56, looks on. Taylor has been clearing away the burnt material from the house so they can have an area for a fire pit to keep warm.North Charleston, Summerville pageant winners crowned
Kathryn Liberstein was named Miss Summerville Teen, Allie Richardson was named Miss North Charleston Teen and Gracie Hicks was named Miss Lowcountry Teen. Eight ladies competed for the chance to become the next Miss Summerville or Miss North Charleston while 12 teens competed for the teen crowns.Saturday's Women's March Rally for Electoral Justice focused...
Demonstrators hold signs and flags at the Rally for Electoral Justice, a follow-up to 2017's Charleston Women's March, on Jan. 20, 2018. The follow-up to last year's 2,000-strong Charleston Women's March was met with sunny skies and crisp temperatures Saturday afternoon at Brittlebank Park.Sort out recycling program
That's the question some frustrated Summerville residents asked after watching workers dump their recyclables in with the trash or fail to pick them up. It's demoralizing to people who make the effort to recycle.Wallets stretched thin as bitter cold sends S.C. electric bills soaring
Lowcountry residents have cringed and gawked as they open their latest South Carolina Electric & Gas bills after a cold snap that brought multiple nights of below-freezing temperatures. One person said he has never had a bill higher than $80, but this month's bill skyrocketed to $458.Summerville puts recycling company on notice over poor service
Less than three weeks into a new three-year contract, this town has put its trash and recycling collectors on notice. After town employees and council members fielded thousands of complaints about poor service from Waste Pro, Town Council took up the matter Friday behind closed doors.Footprints in snow lead deputy to Summerville suspect
Investigators say a man attempting to get away from deputies in Summerville was thwarted after he left footprints in the snow leading authorities right to him. It all happened on Jan. 3 just before 10 p.m. when Berkeley County deputies responded to the BP gas station on North Main Street for a domestic disturbance.Developer to fix up Dorchester Village
A developer is looking to fix up the old Bi-Lo shopping center at the corner of Old Trolley and Dorchester roads. Project officials met with Summerville's Commercial Design and Review Board Jan. 18 to get conceptual review on the plans, which calls for redeveloping the existing 60,483-square-foot building that houses the vacant Bi-Lo, as well as touching up the pothole-ridden parking lot.MUSC to open facility at Citadel Mall
To meet the needs of the growing Charleston region, the Medical University of South Carolina is trying something nontraditional: a medical center in a shopping mall. Dr. Patrick Cawley, CEO of MUSC Health , said the hospital had been looking at building a facility in West Ashley for several years.Corps of Engineers seeks public comment on park plans
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has issued public notices seeking written comments on the permit applications for both the Ashley River and Pine Trace parks. The comment period, starting Thursday, lasts 45 days.Eddie Bauer to close Tanger shop in North Charleston; Banana Republic closing in Mount Pleasant
BJ's Wholesale Club CEO Chris Baldwin talks about the new Summerville store during a visit to the Lowcountry in June 2017, when the store opened. File/Brad Nettles/Staff Eddie Bauer is offering huge discounts at its only Charleston-area store in Tanger Outlets in North Charleston.Honing in on economic progress
STEM education, infrastructure and the need for affordable housing were just some of the things that came out of the 2017 Regional Economic Scorecard. Data highlighted throughout the scorecard was Wednesday morning's focus during the Greater Summerville / Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce Power Hour.Some Summerville residents say the town's new recycling program is not working
Workers at the Charleston County Recycling Center in 2014 remove items that the center cannot recycle, such as grocery store plastic bags, wire and steel cans as they enter the plant on Romney Street. The facility closed in 2015 and a new one has fallen behind schedule.Miss Summerville and Miss North Charleston Scholarship Pageant to crown new titleholders
Eight young ladies are competing for the chance to become the next Miss Summerville or Miss North Charleston while 12 teens will be vying for the Miss Summerville Teen and Miss North Charleston Teen crowns. The first Miss Summerville represented the town at Miss South Carolina in 1986 while the first Miss North Charleston was crowned in 1983.Hot Properties for Jan. 15, 2018
Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region. Submissions should be sent to email@example.com .Del Webb Nexton to open new sales center near Summerville
Selecting a new home is about to get easier for baby boomers who want to live in Del Webb Charleston at Nexton . The new addition will house the design center and information studio that offers a glimpse into the Del Webb lifestyle of amenities and activities.Reader Photos: Snow Scenes
Here on Edisto Beach, we got ice first followed by several inches of snow. This is a photo of a Yaupon Holly encased in ice."
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