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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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29445 29456 29472 29483 29485
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IFA expanding, adding 120 jobs
IFA, a direct supplier of propshafts for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, is constructing a new manufacturing and distribution facility in Summerville in Berkeley County. The development represents $69 million of capital investment and is projected to create more than 120 new jobs in the coming years, according to the S.C. Department of Commerce.Sadler Vaden, guitarist for Jason Isbell, misses the beach and the days of an old beat-up tour van
Summerville native Sadler Vaden has been a touring guitarist with Grammy award-winning Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit since 2013. But long before that, he was a music-loving kid soaking up the Charleston experience like any teenager.Headed downtown from Summerville this morning? Good luck.
Drive times are in excess of two hours after an accident on Interstate 26 East-bound. Provided/S.C. Department of Transportation Drive times are in excess of two hours after an accident on Interstate 26 East-bound.Crime blotter
A woman reported to police that while she was sleeping at her home, she heard a loud break and glass falling to the floor, according to a report. Her husband checked the room but found no forced entry, she told officers.View of a lifetime: Residents, officials prep for solar eclipse
Summerville resident Franklin Smith, his two sons and three of Smith's grandchildren try out their solar eclipse viewing glasses this month, excited for the Aug. 21 event. Left to right : Yeadon, Eleanor, 2, Paul, and Franklin; Phinneas, 7, and Oliver, 5. Summerville resident Franklin Smith, his two sons and three of Smith's grandchildren try out their solar eclipse viewing glasses this month, excited for the Aug. 21 event.Hot Properties for July 17, 2017
Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region. Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org .SC Freshman Lawmakers Honored
Two newcomers to the South Carolina General Assembly were tapped as part of a nationwide gathering of emerging national leaders last week. S.C. Senator Sandy Senn and S.C. Rep. Katie Arrington were chosen to participate in the State Legislative Leaders Foundation 's Emerging Leaders Program , held each July on the historic campus of the University of Virginia.Chipotle opens Tuesday
The new Chipotle is slated to open July 18. The new restaurant, located at the North Main Market at 1209 N. Main St., Suite D - near Walmart - will operate 10:45 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week. Chipotle is located in the same building as Five Guys.AT&T cell service appears to return in Charleston after Wednesday outage that lasted hours
AT&T phone service appeared to return to the Lowcountry late Wednesday afternoon, more than four hours after a broken fiber cable brought down one of the region's primary telecommunications networks. Users who noticed their cell service drop off abruptly around noon were met with a flurry of texts and emails around 4:45 p.m. when one of the nation's largest providers came back online.Is deathcore dead? Down Under might be the only active deathcore band left in South Carolina
The Charleston music scene is becoming more diverse. But there are still certain genres left out of the mainstream scope and maybe even completely.Crime blotter
After a traffic stop for speeding near downtown Summerville an officer searched the car and seized about 230 grams of marijuana, resulting in the driver's arrest, according to police. A man reported that his son tried to pull a gun on him after he became angry over having his cell phone taken away for disciplinary reasons, according to a police report.Live 5 Investigation: Dump Truck Safety
We checked with the South Carolina Department of Public Safety and discovered that preliminary data shows, over the past five years, Charleston County leads the state in accidents involving dump trucks. What's more, the number of accidents statewide is on the rise.Bobby Dean Richardson
Bobby Dean Richardson, long time resident of Summerville, S.C., passed away June 10, 2017 at Life care Center of Charleston at the age of 73. Bob was born on Aug. 5, 1943 in Coeburn, Va.Speculative construction on the rise in Lowcountry industrial market
Speculative development continues to find success in the Lowcountry as the industrial market expands, CBRE reported in its first-quarter market report. A 273,000-square-foot speculative building was delivered during the first quarter, and an additional 3.8 million square feet are under construction in the region, according to the firm.Demand for office space outpaces supply
Charleston's growth has spurred commercial development in formerly unlikely locations, according to Avison Young 's first-quarter market report. Skyrocketing rents, parking constraints and limited office options in the peninsula's historic district have all contributed to developers making investments in areas not traditionally seen as hot commercial spots.Political newcomer to challenge Bailey for council seat
Bailey and Brandy Sutherland, an accountant with WestRock, have confirmed they will be in this year's race for town council. Filing for council seats doesn't open until Aug. 9. Sutherland is running for the first time and Bailey said he will be running for re-election.Volvo goes electric, ditches cars powered solely by gas
Volvo plans to build only electric and hybrid vehicles starting in 2019 - about a year after its opens its South Carolina plant - making it the first major automaker to abandon cars and SUVs powered solely by the internal combustion engine. CEO Hakan Samuelsson said the move was dictated by customer demand.
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