Oct 27 2017

Letter To The Editor: In Support Of The Marina Referendum

Dear Editor I am writing to convey my strong support for the Isle of Palms Marina enhancement and community revitalization bond issue that will appear on the ballot this November. In doing so, I applaud the City of Isle of Palms, the mayor, council members, and citizens, who have been engaged in planning this much …

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Oct 20 2017

Morgan Creek Grill Promotes Karnan Devlin To Executive Chef

By Sebastian Hale for The Island Eye News Morgan Creek Grill, a waterfront retreat on Isle of Palms, is pleased to announce that Karnan Devlin has been promoted to Executive Chef. A New Hampshire native with more than 10 years of experience at the restaurant, Devlin has introduced a new fall menu highlighted by inventive …

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Oct 20 2017

Letter To The Editor: Ocean Club Beach Management Program

Dear Editor, It might surprise many people in the Charleston area that real live people reside year round in the condos and oceanfront homes in Wild Dunes on the Isle of Palms. Most of us are senior citizens and we are trying to protect and save our homes using the Wave Dissipation System (“WDS”) as …

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Oct 19 2017

Fans Gather For South Carolina Aquarium’s Last Turtle Release Of 2017

By Mimi Wood, The Island Eye News Staff Writer “It was AMAZING!”, marveled 7-year old Lorelai Hay, whose mother, Anastasiya, pulled her daughter out of school an hour early to see the “Final Four” released back into the Atlantic at the Isle of Palms County Park on Tuesday, October 3. The Hays, along with their …

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Oct 18 2017

Shine A Little Love For Parkinson’s Research

The Island Eye News Staff Report The 3rd annual SALL Fest comes together to bring an award-winning line-up to The Windjammer in Isle of Palms. This impassioned music fest came to life following Brian Collins’ hit single, “Shine a Little Love” and has doubled in size since its inception. The 2017 SALL Fest boasts twenty-four …

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Oct 17 2017

Halloween Fun At Isle Of Palms Recreation Center

By Andy Sinwald for The Island Eye News Throughout the month of October, the Isle of Palms Recreation Department will host programs and events to help families get into the Halloween spirit. On Friday, Oct. 20 at 10 a.m. children ages 5-14 can paint and decorate their very own pumpkin. The program is held at …

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Oct 17 2017

Lowcountry Land Trust Collects 228lbs Of Beach Trash

Staff Report for The Island Eye News On Saturday, Sept. 16, 17 volunteers joined the Lowcountry Land Trust to participate in a beach sweep on Sullivan’s Island. Volunteers collected over 25 bags of trash weighing 228 lbs. and also cleared large pieces of wood, tires, children’s toys, beach chairs and rope from the beach. The …

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Oct 16 2017

South Carolina Department Of Health And Environmental Control Proposes Beachfront Jurisdictional Lines

The Island Eye News Staff Report The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) has released new proposed beachfront jurisdictional lines for public comment through Nov. 6. DHEC’s Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management is required by law to establish and periodically review the position of two lines of beachfront jurisdiction once every …

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Oct 14 2017

Fort Sumter National Monument Announces Four Finalist Photos For The 2018 Annual Fort Moultrie Park Pass

By Dawn Davis for Island Eye News Fort Sumter National Monument has selected the four finalist photos. One of these pictures will be featured on the 2018 annual Fort Moultrie pass. The public will be able to start voting for their favorite photo starting Saturday, October 14. Voting will be done through www.facebook.com/FtMoultrieNPS or in …

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Oct 13 2017

Discover The History Of Your Lowcountry Property

By Susan Middaugh for The Island Eye News Titles to property in the Lowcountry date back to the 1600s, and South Carolina has a rich trove of land records that document ownership dating back to the original land grants. On Thursday, Oct. 19, in a joint program sponsored by the Battery Gadsden Cultural Center and …

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