Back-to-school: Sand Hill Elementary now open

08.15.2016 | Community News, News & Events

Sand Hill Elementary School opened its doors today for the school’s inaugural year. The school is part of top-rated Dorchester Distrcit Two – considered the best in the region. The district has been consistently rated “excellent” on the South Carolina Annual School District Report Card, and is the only local district that received an “A” read more

The simple joys of Market Sunday

06.29.2016 | Bits and Bites News, Community News, News & Events

There’s a simple, shared delight that emanates through a busy farmer’s market. It’s a place where the day slows down just a little. Where you find yourself really admiring the soft, fuzzy flesh of a ripe peach. Something you just wouldn’t do in a bright, crowded grocery store. There’s a certain gratification in shaking the read more

Life at a slower pace. Internet at a faster one.

06.13.2016 | Community News, News & Events

At Summers Corner, people are embraced by nature. This is truly a community carved out of the garden – planned around heritage oaks and elms and the namesake parks that serve as the focal points of each neighborhood. But we know connecting to the Internet is important, too. That’s why at Summers Corner, you can read more

Piccolo Spoleto Festival

May 27, 2016 | Community News, Events

Focusing primarily on artists of the Southeast region, Piccolo Spoleto is the perfect complement to the international scope of Spoleto Festival USA, its parent festival, and its 500 events in 17 days transforms Charleston into an exhilarating celebration of performing, literary and visual arts. Piccolo Spoleto’s traditional program offerings include visual arts exhibits, classical music, read more

Celebrating Mom: Mommy & Me Tea at Summers Corner

05.10.2016 | Community News, News & Events

For Mother’s Day, we set out to make Mom’s day with plenty of relaxing, unwinding, and pampering, and we accomplished just that! Moms enjoyed fruit-infused water, mimosas and parfaits while relaxing in our Commons area prior to retreating to the market canopy for massages. The children penned and glued and crafted notes of love for read more