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About: summerville, south carolina

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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: N/A
Local Colleges: State UniversityCharleston 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
Crime beat

A man told deputies his wife fired a .38 revolver at two of the tires on his van parked at their home on Cady Drive in Summerville on March 25, according to a Sheriff's Office report. Deputies said they arrested the woman, who told them she was too drunk to remember where she had put the gun when they asked for it.

Transportation a hot topic in April

What: Transit: Show Me the Money, a panel discussion and question and answer session sponsored by the League of Women Voters Long commutes on congested highways have spurred local leaders to reach out to the public for support and ideas on improving Lowcountry roads and public transportation. The League of Women Voters of the Charleston Area, the Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester Council of Governments and the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce all are holding events this month to explore transit issues.

Palmetto Moon adding 10th store near Savannah

The lifestyle merchandiser of collegiate apparel, specialty gifts, accessories and Southern brands will be in the new Tanger Outlets in Pooler. A grand opening of the 6,000-square-foot shop is slated for April 16. “Our customers who lived in Savannah were driving to our Hilton Head store to shop,” said Bob Webster, chairman and CEO of Palmetto Moon.

Local celebs dance to aid families in need

Kenny Walker and Willdea Vizcaya, both of Summerville, hold their People's Choice trophies, for raising the most money by votes to benefit The ARK.

Japana s ANA hits Dreamliner trifecta with Boeing 787-10 order

All Nippon Airways is the first Asian airline to buy the entire fleet of Dreamliners, meaning it will be picking up at least some of its future orders from Boeing South Carolina. Boeing announced last week that the Tokyo-based airline recently finalized an order for three 787-10 models, the longest and most fuel-efficient of the Dreamliners.

Things to Do Saturday, March 28, 2015

What: Join Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs for a pancake breakfast at Applebee's. All proceeds will go to Mount Pleasant Performing Arts nonprofit dance company.

Couple a mainstay at Flowertown Festival for more than 30 years

Pete and Evelyn Richards' children and grandchildren would like them to slow down, but for the Jeffersonville, Ga., couple, it's not spring unless they sell their wares at Summerville's Flowertown Festival. “Our family thinks we should retire but we would miss it too much, so as long as the Lord lets us work, we'll continue,” said Evelyn Richards.

A new order for the Passover seder

Passover is a Jewish holiday ripe with traditions. For the nonobservant person, there are the obvious images that come to mind.

Summerville paving the way for road projects

Provided The yellow ares highlight Maple Street Extension, which whill connect the new interchange to Maple Street. The pink line highlights Bear Island Road.

Mustangs get sterling performance on the hill from Ben Clark for win in South Carolina

The Walker Valley Mustangs supported a sterling effort by Ben Clark with two runs and held off Pinewood Prep 2-0 Thursday in tournament baseball action in Summerville, S.C. Clark went the distance for the Mustangs, scattering just four hits in 87 pitches off the hill. Clark struck out eight Panthers and issued only one walk while throwing 66 pitches in the strike zone.

Gibbon sanctuary holds "prime-mate" contest for newest female

Mia, a 23-year-old gibbon, is new to the International Primate Protection League in Summerville. She is looking for a mate after hers passed away last June.

Floral festivals began over a century ago

But I discovered when writing Summerville's Sesquicentennial History book, published in 1998, that our first floral fair was actually held in the late 1890s. These events consisted of exhibits displayed by local ladies in the Town Hall Opera House, the second floor of the three-story white clapboard building that stood on our traditional municipal site until 1965.

Crime beat

A worker reported that sometime between the evening of Thursday, March 12 and the next morning, someone broke into a home under construction on Coosawatchie Street in the Lakes of Summerville and stole the range. The other appliances were in the home at that time.

Bridge Run registrations down; rain, cold may affect biggest weekend

5-8 p.m. - Taste of Charleston at three locations: Charleston Maritime Center, 10 Wharfside St., Charleston; Cinebarre, 963 Houston Northcutt Blvd., Mount Pleasant; Charleston Area Convention Center, North Charleston. 5-7 a.m. - Shuttle buses start loading and departing from five different locations, including Calhoun Street at Anson Street , Charleston Area Convention Center in North Charleston, Mamie Whitesides Elementary, Mount Pleasant Towne Center and Laing Middle School in Mount Pleasant.

Info fair for vets Saturday in Summerville

The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Dorchester Prosperity Center, 222 Old Trolley Road, Among the services offered are: budgeting and credit/debt management, personal finance, free tax filing assistance, screenings to determine eligibility for benefits, housing and employment assistance and connections with healthcare services. We do not edit user submitted statements and we cannot promise that readers will not occasionally find offensive or inaccurate comments posted in the comments area.

See How Robert's Mission Fared After the Show

Though Robert Irvine can't anticipate the exact state a restaurant will be in when he arrives for a Restaurant: Impossible mission, there are a couple of things he's come to expect at every overhaul: one failing restaurant and one last chance to save it from the brink of closure. His latest mission, in Summerville, S.C., caught him by surprise, though: Upon meeting Robert, Frankie Valentino asked him to transform not just one of his family's Italian-focused eateries, but both of them.

Things to Do, Thursday, March 26, 2015

File/David Quick YOGAPOP will hold its fourth annual yoga festival tonight at the Visitor's Center Bus Shed. Gates open at 6:15 p.m. What: Join the Southern Season cooking school staff for this “Go Green!” lunch class that will feature recipes with kale, fresh lettuce, beet tops and other hearty greens.

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The local fans of Summerville Angels (MLB), Summerville Ducks (NHL) and other notable sports teams will get plenty of high-definition TV coverage. Fans will also able to check their teams scores online using Time-Warner Cables high-speed Internet. Residents of Summerville need to be connected all the time

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