Aug 29 2016

Sullivan’s Island Police Report: July 2016

07/01 – A complainant reported that someone removed her bicycle from under her staircase where it had been stored. 07/02 – A subject located at Station 22 and Middle Street was grossly intoxicated and unable to provide information in order that he could get to a safe place. The subject was arrested and lodged in …

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Aug 27 2016

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Restricts Station 26 Boat Landing To Small Watercraft

Bill Conklin and his dog Dusty walk along the roadway that extends to the boat landing from Station 26.

By Susan Hill Smith, Island Eye News Staff Writer Photos by Steve Rosamilia The town of Sullivan’s Island spent around $20,000 this summer to rehabilitate the battered boat landing at Station 26. When it re-opens in coming weeks, the landing will be protected by a new measure that suspends launches that involve motorized boats and …

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Aug 27 2016

Seeing The Light

Lighthouse aficionados Tammy and Mike Wright volunteer at National Lighthouse Day.

Photos by Steve Rosamilia Visitors gathered Sunday, Aug. 7, by the Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse for a celebration of National Lighthouse Day put on by Fort Sumter National Monument. Activities for the illuminating public event were held on the grounds of the U.S. Coast Guard Historic District, which is located near the lighthouse.

Aug 27 2016

DHEC Releases Annual Guide On Safe Fish Consumption

Staff Reports for Island Eye News New information is available on how much of which fish is safe to eat from South Carolina waters. The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control has released the annual state fish consumption advisory, which includes several new species and locations. DHEC’s website provides a complete listing of fish …

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Aug 25 2016

August 2016 Message And Trivia From The Mayor Of Sullivan’s Island

Dear Island Neighbors, I hope you have had a happy and healthy summer. Of course, for school families, by the time this appears, summer will have come to a screeching halt nearly two weeks ago and is now no doubt only a dim memory. But now we eagerly anticipate the start of college football season, …

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Aug 25 2016

Lessons Learned From The 2016 Olympics

By Meredith Nelson for Island Eye News Watching the 2016 Summer Olympic Games games, I’ve learned a thing or two about life as an athlete, and at the time of this writing, the games are still underway. TV reporters are commenting on the victim/vandal dispute concerning Ryan Lochte and other U.S. swimmers, and at this …

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Aug 24 2016

Lacrosse Gathering Celebrates Teen Lost To Addiction

In goal is Lance Renes, head coach of Wando varsity lacrosse.

By Susan Hill Smith for The Island Eye News When Nanci Shipman arrived on the Sullivan’s Island beach, the gathering of lacrosse players, parents and coaches that she found, all there to celebrate the life of her oldest child, Creighton, took her breath away. “I cannot say enough how much this community has held us …

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Aug 24 2016

Add These Sweet, Salty Flavors To Your Next Cookout

Pork burgers and pickles

By Marilyn Markel for The Island Eye News Pork Burgers Serves 8 Ingredients: 2 oz. ground or minced country ham 2 lb. ground pork 4 oz. blue cheese, crumbled Bread and butter pickles, recipe follows Salt and pepper, to taste. Instructions: 1. Combine the pork and the country ham. Form into 8 patties. Season to taste. …

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Aug 19 2016

Windjammer Volleyball League Winners

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Staff Report for Island Eye News Courtesy Photos Throughout the spring and summer The Windjammer on IOP hosts beach volleyball leagues led by Laura and Kreg Togami. On Mondays, college-age women’s teams come out along with co-ed adult teams. On Wednesdays, middle and high school students bump, set and spike in organized play. The Togamis …

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Aug 18 2016

Celebrating A Night Out

North Charleston Police Lt. Rick Keys talks with Thomas Vandenberg.

Photos by Steve Rosamilia Isle of Palms Police Department hosted its second annual National Night Out celebration last Tuesday, Aug. 2. The free event featured a cookout, jump castles, face painting, corn hole and Baldrick football toss at the IOP Rec. Dept. The event was one of thousands of similar events held across America and …

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