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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
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County officials: Mitigation efforts under way to scale back residential flooding
A road flooded in the Summerwood subdivision after Tropical Storm Irma blew through the area this month. The neighborhood, off Ladson Road, is one of several in Dorchester County along Eagle and Chandler creeks that easily flood, county officials have said.New hurricane-resistant roof touted for insurance savings to homeowners
J.R. Yarnall of contracting firm Heritage of Summerville, left, talks with homeowner Jim Terry of Mount Pleasant as workers install a new roof on Terry's Rivertowne community home. Leroy Burnell/Staff Homeowner Jim Terry, center, talks with Eleanor Kitzman, co-founder of MyStrongHome, while contractor J.R. Yarnall listens.Black SC Town Council Candidate Criticized Over Racial Slur
Members of the South Carolina Secessionist Party want a Lowcountry town council candidate to take his his name off the ballot after video surfaced of the man referring to War Between the States re-enactors as "crackers." The party's chairman - James Bessenger - also wants media outlets in the Palmetto State to start covering race-based slurs equally.Cypress Swamp flood not expected to swamp Ashley River downstream
Water streamed across Twin Lakes Drive on Friday in the Cypress Swamp outside Summerville. But the flow won't swamp the more populated areas of the Ashley River downstream, officials said.Accident near exit 205 causing traffic delays between Summerville and Hanahan
An accident along Interstate 26 east near U.S. 78/exit 205 is delaying morning traffic between Summerville and Hanahan, according to the S.C. Department of Transportation. The accident was reported around 6:42 a.m. It was not immediately known whether there were any injuries or how many vehicles were involved.Helping Out for Sept. 13, 2017
Helping Out highlights some of the many charitable events and activities going on in the Charleston area. Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org .Emergency crews continue cleanup efforts in Dorchester Co; some roads remain closed
Traffic was moving with only one lane open on Sumter Avenue in Summerville. A tree brought the power lines there down Monday.Council members assess Summerville following storm
There's a good bit of debris and some flooding throughout town, but overall at least a couple of town council members say their districts fared pretty well in the storm. Mayor Wiley Johnson said Tuesday morning that he was waiting on a briefing from the town administrator but said Summerville Police Chief Jon Rogers reported that everything is looking good and that the town hasn't had problems other than minor flooding.Charleston deploys 4 pumps to most flooded parts of downtown, including Colonial Lake
This water is being pumped from a flooded Colonial Lake in Charleston to the park's drain across the street. Leroy Burnell/Staff This water is being pumped from a flooded Colonial Lake to the park's drain across the street.Wood's Ace Hardware: growing into a one-stop shop
Last year, Wood's Ace Hardware and Mercantile on Trolley Road underwent some big renovations and changes and has transformed into a one-stop shop for customers - many of whom have developed a friendly relationship with the store's staff. Owner Donna Wood is excited, and she attributes the success of the store to a team of employees whom she said have shared her excitement in the store.Emergency crews respond to reports of downed trees and power outages
The Dorchester County Emergency Operations Center was at Operating Condition 2, at noon on Monday as reports of downed trees and power lines came in. The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for until 2 p.m. Monday.Pet-friendly shelter opens at Dubose Middle School
The shelter located at 1005 Dubose School Road in Summerville opened at 3 p.m. Monday as the county moves from OPCON 2 to OPCON 1 status, according to a press release. The highest response level means an emergency or major disaster is ongoing, and the Emergency Operations Center is fully activated.DHEC will close some county-level offices during Hurricane Irma, creating a hardship for one new mom
The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control will close some of its county-level offices during Hurricane Irma. Provided The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control will close some of its county-level offices during Hurricane Irma.Your 3 p.m. hurricane update: No evacuation order yet, but prepare for coastal flooding
Joseph Proctor loads his Smart Fourtwo microcar with sandbags in Harleyville, one of several sites in Dorchester County distributing up to 10 bags to residents on Friday, September 8, 2017. Wade Spees/Staff keywords: hurricane irma With evacuationo supplies stacked in the lobby at Royal Oaks Senior Care in Summerville, nursing director Amy Black talks with 88-year-old Max Burks about going outside Friday morning, September 7, 2017.Looking at Irma
Officials from across Dorchester County and Summerville converged in County Council chambers in town on Friday to hear the latest updates on Irma and how local preparations are going. Dorchester County Emergency Management Director Mario Formisano first addressed leaders on the storm's most recent track, heading more NNW now, though uncertainties still exist about whether Irma shifting slightly west or east in the days to come.Tablet among treats at Scottish Games
Shane Sutherland, one of the professional athletes, lets the 56 lbs weight fly. He would win the 56 lbs weight throw Saturday, Sept.Steinberg Law Firm Partners with St. Stephen Mayor and Community...
Steinberg Law Firm LLP, has teamed up to assist in resurrecting an outdoors basketball court with St. Stephen Mayor, John Rivers and St. Stephen community activist Willie Powell. Steinberg Law Firm is sponsoring one of the basketball hoops and will be recognized in a special commemoration September 8, 2017.
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