Tag: Page

Sep 03 2018

Get Healthy

By Norma Jean Page for The Island Eye News The City of Isle of Palms, East Cooper Medical Center and HealthLinks Magazine have teamed up to provide wellness resources to island residents, City’s employees and residents living in East Cooper area. This year’s Isle of Palms Community Wellness Fair will be held on Friday, Sept. …

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Jul 20 2016

MAHLE Announced As 2016 Isle Of Palms Connector Run’s Presenting Sponsor

By Kristin N. Power for Island Eye News IOP Connector Run race officials have announced that automotive manufacturer MAHLE will be the 2016 presenting sponsor for the Oct. 1 race. “We had a number of local businesses apply for this year’s presenting sponsorship,” said Norma Jean Page, 2016 race chair. “When all was said and …

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Jul 12 2016

Dottie Is Coming Home

Author’s new book an ode to returning to Sullivan’s Island   By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor Photos by Steve Rosamilia When Dorothea Benton Frank talks to you—whether face to face, while you sit in a crowd of adoring fans, or as you read one of her books—you feel like she’s your best friend. …

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May 23 2016

Sharing The Shore With Sharks

By Mimi Wood, Island Eye News Staff Writer Spoiler alert: Turn the page if you have even the tiniest trepidation about swimming with sharks. Margaret Rose Jones started fishing about ten months ago, as she and Creed Branham began to date. “I started fishing because I really liked him, and I wanted to impress him,” …

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Apr 09 2016

Mayors Council Meets On East Copper Land Conservation

By Catherine Main for Island Eye News On March 21, 2016, East Cooper Land Trust hosted the Mayors Council on Land Conservation in East Cooper at the Cooper River Room of Waterfront Park in Mount Pleasant. This included participation from the mayors and top planning staff of six municipalities and Charleston County. Specifically, the Mayors …

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Feb 03 2016

Tommy Tells Tales From The Island’s History

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor Photos by Jennifer Tuohy An appetite for history is the sign of a strong community, at least that’s what the evidence presented at the inaugural Isle of Palms’ history event last Wednesday suggested. A crowd of islanders packed into the recreation center’s multipurpose room, prompting the organizers to …

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Jan 21 2016

Mrs. Mac Turns A Page And Starts A New Chapter

By Delores Schweitzer for Island Eye News Photos by Steve Rosamilia She has been known by so many names: Mrs. Mac, Mac, Ms. Kathi, and Kathi, but also storyteller, artist, wise counselor, and good friend to the many patrons who walked through the door of the Poe Branch Library. Kathi McGregor-Ouzts had a long-standing career …

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Jun 09 2015

Letter To The Editor: Plastic Bags Have Uses

Dear Editor, After reading the front page article on plastic bags as seen by four young people, I would offer the following thought. First, plastic bags are very useful for isolating infections in body fluids. The bags can be made under regulated sterile manufacturing conditions. They are lightweight and flexible so they be carried or …

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Feb 16 2015

The Atlantic Has Sullivan’s Feathers Ruffled

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor The prospect of a high-density, retail and multi-family development at the mouth of the Ben Sawyer Bridge has several Sullivan’s Island residents up in arms. The development, being planned for the site of old Channel 4 property in Mount Pleasant, is called The Atlantic and consists of 14,000 …

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Jan 07 2015

Sullivan’s Island Seeks Regional Solutions To Parking Problems

Staff Report for Island Eye News Sullivan’s councilmember Jerry Kaynard is seeking solutions to the island’s traffic, congestion and increasing parking problems for the next summer beach season. Car traffic coming to the beach is increasing due to explosive growth in Mount Pleasant and neighboring communities. Kaynard, as Mayor Pro Tem, has engaged Mayor Page …

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