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Sep 04 2018

Empowering Women After Abuse

By Gregg Bragg,  Island Eye News Sr. Staff Writer The third annual Hope Walk is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 15 and will kick off at 8 a.m. on the Charleston side of the Ravenel Bridge (look for the tents and banners). Victims of domestic violence will march in cathartic unity, empowering each other and the …

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May 15 2018

Summer Camps At The Citadel

Staff Report for Island Eye News Middle school STEAM camps The Citadel will host three weeks of science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) camps in June. The camps, which are for children in grades 4-8, will focus on a different STEAM-related topic each week. Citadel faculty, staff, cadets and volunteers staff the all-day camps. …

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May 07 2018

Oyster Season To Close May 15, Clam Season To Close May 31

By Erin Weeks for Island Eye News South Carolina’s season for harvest of oysters and mussels from State Shellfish Grounds and Public Shellfish Grounds will close on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at one half hour after official sunset, according to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) officials. Clam season will close on Thursday, May 31, 2018, at …

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Mar 06 2018

Charleston’s Maritime Law

By Susan Middaugh for The Island Eye News Maritime Lawyer and Sullivan’s Island resident, S. Scott Bluestein, Esquire, is the invited speaker on Thursday, March 15 at 6 p.m., at the Fort Moultrie Visitor Center Auditorium, 1214 Middle St., Sullivan’s Island. Charleston developed from a colonial seaport town in 1670 into a wealthy city by …

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Feb 21 2018

Isle Of Palms Police: Jony Martinez-Pena

By Sharon Baldrick for Island Eye News On October 15, 2017 the Isle of Palms Police Department was alerted by a female victim to a male who had approached her on the beach and exposed himself. The victim was able to provide a photo of the suspect. On February 9, 2018 Jony Martinez-Pena was arrested …

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Feb 07 2018

Letter To The Editor: Wendy Kelly For Isle Of Palms Council

Dear Editor, Wendy Kelly is a neighbor whom I’ve known for over 15 years. She is a bright talented woman who is a small business owner and a mother who has raised her daughters on IOP. With her experiential knowledge of the Island and her keen intellect she will make a wonderful addition to city …

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Feb 06 2018

Music And Poetry In Early Moultrieville

By Susan Middaugh for The Island Eye News Historian Nic Butler, Ph.D. will present on Thursday, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m., at the Fort Moultrie Visitor Center Auditorium, 1214 Middle St., Sullivan’s Island. Daily life in Moultrieville on Sullivan’s Island included far more than periodic wars and military activities. Townspeople and visitors, from the 1790s …

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Oct 07 2017

Letter To The Editor: Wave Dissipation System Is Ineffective

Dear Editor, The article on the Wave Dissipation System in the Sept. 15 issue of the Island Eye failed to provide information on the full impacts that the wall is having on the beach erosion and sea turtle nesting on Isle of Palms. The Wave Dissipation System was installed as a temporary research project to …

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Sep 22 2017

Southwestern White Bean And Vegetable Salad

By Marilyn Markel for The Island Eye News It’s almost time for tailgating. This salad is easy to make and easy to transport to your favorite game. It’s also delicious! Ingredients 2 – 15 oz cans small white beans 3-4 green onions, white and green parts, finely chopped 1 red bell pepper, finely chopped 2 …

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Sep 12 2017

Hurricane Irma Message #11

By Andy Benke for Island Eye News Good afternoon Island residents, If Hurricane Irma forced you evacuated during the past several days – Welcome Home!!!! All things considered the Town fared well given the conditions dished out by the hurricane. Gusts were reported up to 60 mph. Additionally there was a report of a micro …

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