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Apr 16 2018

Charleston Animal Society CEO To Step Down

By Kay Hyman for The Island Eye News Charleston Animal Society’s Chief Executive Officer, Joe Elmore, will bring his tenure to a close in late 2018 or early 2019, pending a national search for the organization’s next chief executive. “My goal was to lead the organization out of crisis and bring the Board’s dream of …

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Apr 13 2018

Isle Of Palms City Council Meeting: March 2018

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer for The Island Eye News Only a handful of seats were left in the council chambers by the time the regularly scheduled Isle of Palms City Council meeting began. Year-round managed beach parking was the topic that most residents present were concerned with. Following the invocation and pledge of allegiance, …

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Apr 13 2018

Day Trippin’

By Captain Chad Stewart for The Island Eye News One of our favorite trips at Holy City Sailing is to Beaufort. The Downtown Marina is situated right on the boardwalk lined with shops and restaurants. It’s a full day on our sailboat but don’t be afraid to venture down for just the day on a …

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Apr 12 2018

Paddle To The Creek

By Barbara Harrington for Island Eye News What better way to support our Waterfront Improvement project than with a Kayaking Fundraiser? The vision of the project includes designing and building a dock that is accessible to veterans, children, and others in the community who are physically disabled that will allow them to kayak, paddle board, …

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Apr 12 2018

Isle Of Palms Mayor’s Message: April 2018

The City of Isle of Palms will soon lose two key department heads in its staff leadership. Chief of Police Thomas Buckhannon will retire effective April 14 after 37 years of service to the City. City Administrator Linda Lovvorn Tucker, the City’s first female City Administrator, has announced her resignation effective October 8, 2018 after …

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Apr 11 2018

Mike Sottile Announces Reelection Campaign

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Charleston County Representative Mike Sottile announced on Friday, March 30 he will be seeking re-election to the SC State House. Representative Sottile noted his success in pushing for school choice, increased road funding to help alleviate traffic issues, working to prevent income and business taxes, and his environmental …

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Apr 10 2018

9th Annual Run For Adela

By Hollen D. Sellars for The Island Eye News Runners and walkers from across the Lowcountry will gather Saturday, April 21 at 8:30 a.m. to participate in the 9th Annual Run for Adela 5K/ Walk Presented by Johnson & Johnson Insurance – the only 5K in Charleston that’s on the beach. The race was established …

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Apr 10 2018

Chief Of Police Retirement Celebration

Apr 06 2018

Isle Of Palms Native Serves Aboard Warship

By Steve Watterworth for The Island Eye News An Isle of Palms, South Carolina, native and 2012 Wando High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard USS Kearsarge. Ensign Caitlin Armstrong is a surface warfare officer aboard the amphibious transport dock operating out of Norfolk. Kearsarge, one of the Navy’s most advanced amphibious …

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Apr 05 2018

A Day When Everyone’s Irish

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Sláinte! Sullivan’s Island celebrated St. Paddy’s Day in the usual manner, with a big party at Dunleavy’s Pub. And the Dunleavy’s tradition spread to the peninsula this year with the Pub sponsored float in the Charleston parade.