Summerville Fire and Rescue joined together with other Lowcountry fire departments to collect donations for those impacted by Hurricane Ida, and on Sunday they packed up the trailer to drive the supplies down to Louisiana.
Marguerite Dudley Gregorie was born March 23,1921 in Charleston during another pandemic. She was a 1939 graduate of Burke High School, and a lifetime and one of Mother Emanuel AME Church’s oldest members.
More than six years after the deadly shooting at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston that claimed nine lives, those close to one of the victims are still serving the community to help keep his legacy alive.
The goal of the new Law Enforcement Neighborhood Support Foundation is to bridge the gap between the community and police by funding a variety of events and activities that will bring the two together.
Dozens of parents, students and community members gathered at a prayer vigil at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School Sunday evening as students there prepare to head back to class after three of their classmates were injured in a shooting on school grounds last week.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit by four jobless South Carolinians against Gov. Henry McMaster over his decision earlier this summer to exit the federal unemployment programs providing extra money to residents.