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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
Family of 2015 Summerville shooting victim says 33-year sentence isn't enough
Shanna Groves and James Harrison II talk about the tragedy of losing their parents by homicide. Their mother, Lynn Harrison, was shot and killed at a Summerville stoplight in 2015 and their father, James, was part of a triple homicide near Moncks Corner the following year.The story of the Dorchester County slave who escaped to Maine
Summerville-Dorchester Museum Historian Dr. Ed West points to a picture that features blacks laboring in Summerville in the 1700s. West recently led a discussion about James Matthews - a Dorchester County slave who escaped to Maine in the 1800s.Blotter
The Summerville Police Department was contacted about threatening language during a Facetime chat. The person said that one of her motel employees overheard another talking to her boyfriend who is serving time for murder at Lieber Correctional Institution.This vacant land is expected to become a new transportation hub.
Charleston City Council is expected to approve a purchase and sale agreement with the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments to purchase land for the future transportation hub for the new Lowcountry Rapid Transit. The money is going to come from the county, specifically from the half-cent transportation sales tax that was approved in 2016.Report: Deputies investigating after dog shot in Lincolnville Monday
Charleston County Sheriff's Office deputies are investigating after a dog was shot in Lincolnville Monday night, according to an incident report. A deputy met the dog's owner at a Summerville veterinary clinic where he told the officer that his 3-year-old lab mix named Moose slipped his collar and ran down Slidel Street in Lincolnville, according to the report.Dorchester Council members pass amendment to further raise taxes
Property tax for Dorchester County residents is going up higher than previously planned, after council members voted to amend the already-passed budget ordinance to include additional funding for the solicitor's office. Council members voted 6-0-1, with Councilman Willie Davis absent, during a regularly-scheduled meeting Monday in Summerville to pass the amended budget for fiscal year 2018-19.Skull of ancient fanged cat that roamed South Carolina coast goes on display
The skull of a 450,000-year-old saber-toothed cat excavated from a Harleyville quarry will go back on exhibit in August at the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia. Provided by the South Carolina State Museum The skull of a 450,000-year-old saber-toothed cat excavated from a Harleyville quarry will go back on exhibit in August at the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia.Proposed safety improvements to part of Dorchester Road could include median
Safety improvements are in the works for a stretch of Dorchester Road in Summerville between Trolley Road and Ladson Road because of hundreds of accidents in the last few years. Stantec Engineering to do a study of the area and found between 2011-14, 473 crashes were reported along Dorchester Road between Trolley Road and Ladson Road and 113 of those were considered severe.News Briefs - " July 16, 2018
One American service member was killed in combat in eastern Afghanistan on July 12, the U.S. military said. Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Andrew Celiz, 32, of Summerville, S.C., died of wounds from enemy small arms fire.Seven file for DD2 race
Three residents new to the Dorchester District Two School Board race are challenging the four incumbents for their seats in this year's election. Small business owner and former Dorchester County Council candidate Robert Gatch, former district teacher Meredith Rutland and local life coach, speaker and author Hester Young have stepped up to the plate.Transit group advocates for more bus routes in Lincolnville; COG...
On July 11 William Hamilton, head of Best Friends of Lowcountry Transit, addresses Lincolnville Town Council members about ways to improve and increase public bus routes in the Lincolnville and Ladson areas. On July 11 William Hamilton, head of Best Friends of Lowcountry Transit, addresses Lincolnville Town Council members about ways to improve and increase public bus routes in the Lincolnville and Ladson areas.Meeting to give Dorchester County Planning Commission look at final...
The final design guidelines for Cooks Crossroads is scheduled to go before the Dorchester County Planning Commission this afternoon. The special-called meeting is simply for commission members to study the guidelines, not vote on them just yet.Put excess parking space to productive use
The contiguous parking lot for a series of strip malls near the intersection of Ashley Hall Road and Sam Rittenberg Boulevard in West Ashley contains almost exactly the same acreage as Brittlebank Park on the Charleston peninsula. The combined parking space along Sam Rittenberg Boulevard between Ashley Hall Road and Highway 17, including Citadel Mall, totals a spacious 90 acres.Black teen assaulted by a white woman at the pool says he's in...
'She just started hitting me ... It was shocking': Black teen who was assaulted by a white woman at the pool says he's in counseling to deal with the attack Darshaun RocQuemore Simmons, 15, speaks out about 38-year-old Stephanie Sebby-Strempel attacking him at a pool in South Carolina last month Darshaun said he and his friends were leaving the pool when Sebby-Strempel started hitting him and called him the N-word Sebby-Strempel was seen in a cellphone video hitting Darshaun severing times and threatening to call the police on him and his friends as they walked away Sebby-Strempel was fired from her job and charged with third-degree assault and two counts of assaulting a police officer while resisting arrest A black teenager who was assaulted and racially-abused by a white woman at a South Carolina pool is speaking about the incident revealing that he is in counseling to help him process ... (more)Pentagon IDs second US soldier killed in Afghanistan within a week
Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Andrew Celiz, 32, was the second U.S. servicemember killed in the country within a week. Celiz, of Summerville, S.C., was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, at Hunter Army Airfield, Ga.Man gets 30 years in prison for sex-trafficking scheme based in North Charleston
A Summerville man who trafficked a pregnant teenage girl and a young woman by using violence and withholding food to coerce them to perform sex acts has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison. During a sentencing hearing Friday, U.S. District Judge David Norton listed the details of 28-year-old Daewon Warren's crimes tied to his prostitution scheme based in North Charleston.Brainstorming for safety
Safety film, school security officers - just a few of the things that Dorchester District Two security task force committee tackled Thursday night. The security task force - also known as the safety task force - has been meeting regularly to come up with ideas to improve safety measures in the district.
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