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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.

Population: 48091
Local Newspapers: The Summerville Journal Scene
Local Sports Teams:
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

Summerville News
Sheriff: Suspects who shot at deputy known criminals in Berkeley County

Berkeley County Sheriff Duane Lewis said two suspects arrested for a deputy-involved shooting on Thursday morning are known criminals in the county. Deputies arrested 32-year-old Ricky DeWayne Johnson and 32-year-old Vanessa Jo Bapp for an incident that began with a traffic stop and led to shots being fired at a Berkeley County deputy.

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Council denies rezoning requests for added density

Councilmen David Chinnis and Bill Hearn listen to fellow council members voice opinions during Monday's meeting in Summerville. Residents who live on Embassy Drive weren't shy in addressing Dorchester County officials Monday about their concerns for a potential future residential development increasing traffic congestion and area flooding and decreasing Summerville's "small-town" character.

'Enough is enough': Loved ones of opioid users plead for answers during community meeting

Community members circle up, hold hands and pray about the opioid epidemic nationally and locally before closing out a town-hall style meeting Tuesday in Summerville. A panel of medical and law enforcement experts answered questions and offered information about opioid use.

Election filing starts today

Filing officially opens at noon today for local, state, Congressional and school board seats and will close at noon on March 30. This year candidates can file for the following seats: Governor, S.C. Secretary of State, S.C. Treasurer, S.C. Attorney General, Comptroller General, State Superintendent of Education, Commissioner of Agriculture, U.S. and S.C. House, as well as Dorchester County Council and Dorchester Districts Two and Four. County Council members and districts up for re-election include: Willie Davis-1; David Chinnis-2; George Bailey-3; and Jay Byars-7.

Nearly 50 firefighters respond to shop blaze outside Summerville

Nearly 50 firefighters from multiple area agencies responded to a blaze early Tuesday morning at a machine shop just outside Summerville, according to Dorchester County officials. Fire crews from Dorchester County Fire Rescue, Summerville Fire Rescue and North Charleston Fire Department worked the scene for at least 90 minutes before extinguishing flames, a press release said.

Journal Scene honored in annual journalism awards

Photographer Matt Bise earned a first-place award in the Pictorial category in the 2017 South Carolina Press Association press awards with this photo of students at Macedonia Middle School celebrating their 2017 fundraising campaign. Photographer Matt Bise earned a first-place award in the Pictorial category in the 2017 South Carolina Press Association press awards with this photo of students at Macedonia Middle School celebrating their 2017 fundraising campaign.

Officials break ground on Marymeade Drive extension

Stantec civil engineer John Prorock; Billy Walker, general partner with Marymeade Associates LLP; Summerville town engineer and director of public works Russ Cornette; Berkeley County supervisor Bill Peagler; town Councilwoman Christine Czarnik; Mayor Wiley Johnson; town Councilman Aaron Brown; Madelyn Robinson, director of administration and economic development; Dan Albright, general manager at BJ's Wholesale; and Town Administrator Colin Martin help break ground on the Marymeade Drive extension on Thursday.

Dorchester Democrats elect new officers

Dorchester County Democrats elected a new chair and vice-chairs at their March 13 convention, held at Ridgeville Community Center. All, including other officers, won by acclamation with no opponents.

Berkeley County population surge squeezes infrastructure

Berkeley County has changed from a mostly rural bedroom community into a growing region with new housing developments, growing congestion and international companies. Tim Callanan, Berkeley County's deputy supervisor of administration, said the county's ongoing transformation is apparent, particularly compared with when he moved there 20 years ago.

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Town authorizes funding for Hutchinson Square renovations

Summerville continues to work on Hutchinson Square renovations. Some council members have lingering concerns about contracting with Stantec, as well as handicap parking and traffic on Little Main.

Resource Center receives bus donation to serve more in community

On Monday Louis Smith, Community Resource Center founder, toured the new bus the organization received free from a local couple this month. Jeff Cassen shakes hands and hands over the bus keys to Louis Smith at the Resource Center on Tuesday.

Town tightens B&B ordinance

Future B&B owners will need to live at the business; if there are multiple owners then at least 50 percent of the owners will need to reside at the business. Tightening the ordinance has been an ongoing discussion for council members, along with concerns about LLCs owning a B&B.

Reader photos: Shadows

From Robert Peterson of Summerville, who took this photo at Magnolia Gardens Audobon Swamp: "Nothing subtle about the shadows in this photo. It does speak to you though.

Change of heart brings down confederate flag, brings community together

A neighborhood in Summerville, South Carolina, is predominately black, and no one cared when Annie Caddell moved in seven years ago. At least, according her neighbor Juanita Edwards, no one cared at first.

An elegy for Mojo, North Charleston's fallen K-9 officer

Mojo was known by North Charleston Police Department as a fierce and intrepid investigator, famous for tracking down one of the city's worst car thieves. To the K-9 unit, he was known as the "spider monkey."

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