Sep 04

Sullivan’s Island Police Report: July 2014

07/02/14 – SIPD assisted Mt. Pleasant Police in locating a vehicle involved in a hit and run accident that had occurred in Mt. Pleasant, the vehicle was located and stopped and the driver and vehicle were detained until MPPD could respond and take over the situation. 07/04/14 – Two victims met two subjects in the …

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Sep 04

Mount Pleasant Artist’s Guild Launches 2014-15 Season

Amelia Rose Smith  will speak at the Mount Pleasant Artist’s Guild next month.

  By Jeanne Kay Juhos for Island Eye News The Mount Pleasant Artists Guild will begin their first meeting of the 2014-15 season on Monday, September 8 at the Mount Pleasant Council Chamber, 100 Ann Edwards Blvd. A social begins at 6:30 p.m. in the lobby followed by the meeting at 7 p.m. in the …

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Sep 04

Hanging Out With Henry Flagler

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  By Carol Antman for Island Eye News On one of the ubiquitous ghost tours in this historic city, my fellow journalists are imagining that their photos reveal evidence of dead dogs lurking by woodstoves, phantasmal children wandering in the dark park. I see Henry Flagler. It’s not hard to imagine he’s still here in …

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Sep 03

Coffee Shops To Be Allowed On Sullivan’s Island

The ordinance restricts coffee shops to a distance of at least 300 feet from each other. As there are currently three establishments on the island that could apply for the new coffee shop designation, there is the potential for a new establishment to open in the area indicated on this map.

  By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor Caffeine fiends of Sullivan’s Island can breathe a sigh of relief, their morning (or afternoon) fix is safe. Sullivan’s Island Town Council unanimously approved its “Coffee Shop” ordinance at the August 19 meeting. The ordinance, which is a text amendment to an existing zoning ordinance, will allow …

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Sep 03

Raise Your Hand For Service

Exchange Club Officers and Board Members, left to right, Ted Kinghorn, Margie Miller, Dimi Matouchev, Elizabeth Grantham, Tom Donohoe, Pamela Marsh, Jean Holst, Jonathan Sullivan, Sandra Russell, Dan McQueeney, Chris Tountas and Patrick Harrington.

  By Ruth Thornburg for Island Eye News Recently elected Isle of Palms Exchange Club officers and board members raised their hands for service to the community, at the July 24, 2014, Installation of Officers ceremony. Pamela Marsh, a physical therapist working in rehabilitation medicine, will serve as President of the Club. A long-time resident …

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Sep 03

Looking At The Lighthouse

Larry Middaugh keeps watch on National Lighthouse Day.

  Photos by Steve Rosamilia Fort Sumter National Monument celebrated National Lighthouse Day at the Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse on Thursday, August 7, 2014. The grounds, quarters cupola and boathouse were open to the public along with displays on water safety and activities for children.   Tweet

Sep 03

Dog Days Duet: A Dog Friendly Show

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  By Julie Cooke Sweat for Island Eye News Edward Dare Gallery located at 31 Broad Street on Charleston’s Gallery Row will feature “Dog Days Duet” a two person show with Sally Evans and James Ruby on Friday Sept. 5 from 5 – 8 p.m. during the First Friday on Broad/Gallery Row Artwalk. Both James …

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Sep 02

Isle Of Palms Saves The Day

"The Isle of Palms has really come to the rescue in this situation.”
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  By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor All that money invested in on-island infrastructure really does pay off. So the towns of Sullivan’s Island and Isle of Palms discovered when the single water main connecting them to the Charleston Water System went down on Wednesday, August 14. The 20-inch water main, located under Charleston …

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Sep 02

Letter To The Editor: Just The Facts And The Sullivan’s Island Elementary School Conspiracy

  Barbara Spell has accused me of resorting to personal attacks for merely pointing out that she personally has misstated the facts concerning Judge Dennis ruling on the new elementary school. I assure you I never meant to personally attack anyone, but rather to emphasize that either Ms. Spell does not know the definition of …

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Sep 02

A New Day For Dewees Rentals

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  By Staff Report for Island Eye News It’s a new day for Dewees Rentals. On August 1 Judy Fairchild stepped down and sold the rental business to Emily Watson. Emily has worked with Judy and Dewees Rentals since just after it started six years ago, and is really excited about building on the framework …

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