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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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Cars made at Volvo's new South Carolina plant won't come with this option
Volvo's redesigned S60 sedan was camouflaged when it was taken to Lofoten, Norway, for winter testing in February. The car will be made exclusively at Volvo's new $1.2 billion campus in Berkeley County.Dorchester Paws sets record Tuesday with 33 dog and cat arrivals
This is one of 33 pets left at Dorchester Paws on Tuesday. The shelter is seeking people to adopt pets, offering a deal on larger dogs.Strategic plan encourages trails, greenways
Survey results and Clemson University staff show that green spaces should be prioritized in the Summerville Parks and Rec Department's strategic plan. The town received more than 650 responses to an online survey about parks and recreation earlier this year.Bridge headaches in Charleston not common - but not unprecedented
The Nicaragua Victory crashed into the John P. Grace Memorial Bridge on Feb. 24 1946. The ship tore a 240-foot-long section out of the bridge and claimed the lives of five people.Task force tackling safety, security
It was a sentiment Fran Townsend alluded to as one of her reasons for joining Dorchester District Two's security task force committee. In addition to the February school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High in Florida, Townsend, a former district board member and current member of the district's Educational Foundation, referenced other notorious school shootings like Columbine and Sandy Hook - she said safety is a topic that has been a concern for many years.School districts in Charleston region struggle with overcrowding
Students transition between classes in the crowded breezeway at DuBose Middle School Monday, April 30, 2018 in Summerville. DuBose Middle has over 1200 students in 6th,7th and 8th grades.Big South Carolina warehouse landlord being sold
Gramercy Property Trust's South Carolina properties include the 1.1 million-square-foot TBC Corp. tire distribution center near Summerville. Gramercy, which is being sold, paid $63 million for the property in late 2016.University of South Carolina's 2018 commencement
Happy holy hotness, Charleston. The sun is out, happy hour is just a stone's throw away, and we're 'bout ready to get the weekend started.Applebee's shutters 2 North Charleston restaurants
Restaurants at 7818 Rivers Ave. and 4910 Ashley Phosphate Road abruptly shut down Tuesday, according to a worker at another restaurant. The shutterings follow the departure of Applebee's restaurants in Mount Pleasant and West Ashley over the past two years as well as one in Summerville.North Charleston names winners of 2018 art competitions
"A Lively Live Oak" by Peg Weschke won Best in Show in the 2018 S.C. Palmetto Fine Craft Competition, part of the North Charleston Arts Fest. "A Lively Live Oak" by Peg Weschke won Best in Show in the 2018 S.C. Palmetto Fine Craft Competition, part of the North Charleston Arts Fest.LETTER: Weapons should be allowed on Sawmill Branch Trail
We in Summerville are Blessed to have the Sawmill Trail for our fitness, and family activities. I have used this trail most every day for running, and biking.Jennifer Plane named DD2 District Teacher of the Year
The district's five "honor" teachers of the year, left to right: Lizel Zelasko, Alston Bailey Elementary; Jennifer Edwins, Fort Dorchester High; Keith Campbell, Gregg Middle; Kara Wilde, Sand Hill Elementary; Jennifer Plane, Summerville High Friends and family of various Teachers of the Year cheer loudly from the crowd as each person is recognized on stage. Teaching veteran Jennifer Plane of Summerville High School was honored as the district's 2018 District Teacher of the Year, during a ceremony Thursday evening at Ashley Ridge High School.Council makes changes to Little Main construction
Summerville is taking a new course of action with Little Main construction that will have the road shut down to traffic for less than two weeks instead of two and a half months - a decision that left multiple downtown business owners relieved Thursday night. Little Main will get a new top coat of asphalt but no drainage updates.Frampton Construction grows Charleston office
Frampton Construction Company, LLC, a regional full-service construction firm providing planning and design support, preconstruction, construction services, and sustainability services throughout the Carolinas, has added Brandon Denney as assistant preconstruction manager and Hailey S. Gilbert as administrative assistant to the firm's Charleston ... (more)'We stand by our vote': Fired-up residents start petition against referendum suit
A group of residents on the upper side of Dorchester County are fired up about the lawsuit against the quality-of-life referendum and said they feel cheated they aren't getting what they voted for. They're anxious to have a county park in their area since none currently exist there.Committee members discuss road name change to Holiday Drive in Weatherstone
With the opening of the new Nexton Interchange and some frontage roads around the interchange, Summerville town staff is considering a name change to Holiday Drive as the road enters the Weatherstone subdivision. The new exit 197 opened for traffic May 7. Three frontage roads from Holiday Drive, Business Park and Maple Street extension toward U.S. 78 opened in April in affiliation with the project.
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