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Aug 31 2018

Beachfront Management Reform Put Into Action

By Mimi Wood, The Island Eye News Staff Writer Literally, a line in the sand. Actually two lines; jurisdictional lines, designed to preserve the beach and dune systems, while still maintaining land rights for coastal property owners. That’s the crux of the Beachfront Management Reform Act, signed into law by Governor Henry McMaster under a …

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Jun 12 2018

Protect Your Home From Storm Damage

By Henry Hay for The Island Eye News  With recent hurricanes Matthew and Irma and another busy season predicted, more people are interested in protecting their homes and businesses. After Katrina in 2005, there was a huge increase in demand for home hurricane protection and inquires into hurricane protection have continued over the last two …

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May 25 2018

University School Of The Lowcountry Wins SCISA Lower School Quiz Bowl

By Lyndi Bonnette for The Island Eye News Larry Watt, executive director of the South Carolina Independent School Association, announced the winner of the SCISA Lower School Quiz Bowl. The team from University School of the Lowcountry from Mt. Pleasant finished the competition with the top score, followed by the team from Cathedral Academy from …

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Jan 17 2017

Honoring A Local Marine

By Kayla Good for Island Eye News Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus today announced that the city of Charleston, South Carolina, will serve as the commissioning site for the future USS Ralph Johnson (DDG 114). The ship is named for Marine Pfc. Ralph Henry Johnson, a native of Charleston, who posthumously received the Medal …

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Jun 07 2016

Check Your Coverage Before It’s Too Late

By Henry H. Lowndes, Jr. for Island Eye News  With the 2016 Hurricane season upon us, now is a good time to conduct a hurricane insurance checkup. Here are some important things to keep in mind: • Damage done by the winds of a hurricane are covered by the wind peril in the basic homeowners …

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Jul 01 2015

Kindness, Strength In Midst Of Tragedy

Local lemonade stand raises $2,500 for Emanuel AME By Viraj Naik for Island Eye News Photos by Steve Rosamilia In light of the tragic shootings that transpired at the Emanuel AME Church on Calhoun Street earlier this month, the city of Charleston has been immersed in grief. Although the events that took place on June …

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May 02 2015

Dolphin Season

By Susan Smith for Island Eye News Wild Dunes Dolphins Swim Team starts the 2015 season the week of May 4 with changes to the registration process that will help streamline sign-ups. The Dolphins Swim Team is a community tradition that brings together families and gives young athletes of all abilities the opportunity to compete …

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Dec 17 2014

Pat Conroy And Cassandra King Headline 2015 Wild Dunes Author’s Event

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor The 2015 Wild Dunes Club Author’s Event will feature Pat Conroy and Cassandra King and takes place Saturday, Jan. 10 from 4 to 7 p.m. The event will be moderated by Isle of Palm’s own Mary Alice Monroe. This annual event is the Wild Dunes Club’s largest charitable …

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Nov 19 2014

Crabpot Players Tackle The Glass Menagerie

By Kathryn Casey, Island Eye News Staff Writer Photos by Steve Rosamilia You might have a different perception of reality after watching The Glass Menagerie at the Crabpot Players Company this weekend. The semi autobiographical, breakthrough play from the pen of Tennessee Williams is a memory play told from the perspective of a factory worker, …

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Nov 06 2014

Crabpot Players Theatre Presents ‘The Glass Menagerie’

By Minna Schubert for Island Eye News Tennessee Williams’ classic play about a dysfunctional Southern family opens on Nov. 13 at the Crabpot Players Theatre, directed by Jimmy Ward. The play tells the story of Amanda Wingfield (played by Teresa Wallace) a faded, tragic remnant of Southern gentility who lives in poverty in a dingy …

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