Tag: Two

Mar 15 2018

Pat In The Hat At Poe

By Delores Schweitzer for The Island Eye News The Edgar Allan Poe Branch Library celebrated Read Across America with a visit from Sullivan’s Island Mayor “Pat in the Hat” O’Neil on Friday, March 2.  Children from Miss Aimee’s and Holy Cross preschools joined other families from the community to listen to the stories of Theodore …

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Mar 02 2018

Celebrate Women’s History Month

By Dawn Davis for The Island Eye News Charles Pinckney National Historic Site will offer a free, 45-minute program for Women’s History Month entitled “Founding Planter: One Pioneer’s Vision to Sustain the Wealth of the Carolina Colony” at 2 p.m. on March 10 and 24. Visitors will learn about the life of a Lowcountry planter …

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Feb 09 2018

Op-Ed: Building A Village, Part II

By Rick Reed for The Island Eye News Just as no one Village is exactly like another, there are also variations of the theme. It is important to look not only at the different potentials of the “New Village” but to learn from the problems that are already being seen. The rapid explosion of Villages …

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Oct 31 2017

Carroll, Cronin Face Off In Mayor’s Forum

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Contributing Editor The two contenders for Isle of Palms mayor faced off in a candidates forum hosted by The League of Women Voters and Island Eye News on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Incumbent Dick Cronin is seeking his third term as mayor, and councilmember Jimmy Carroll, who has served one …

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Oct 13 2017

A Tale Of Two Candidates

By Katy Calloway, The Island Eye News Editor Jimmy Carroll’s run for mayor began back in January, months before he officially filed with the City, and one could argue he’s been campaigning most of his life, professing “I know everybody here, know every aspect. I live and breathe IOP.” Carroll’s been on IOP since 1959, …

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Sep 26 2017

Marina Meetings

By Desirée Fragoso for Island Eye News The City of Isle of Palms will host two community meetings to provide information to citizens about the proposed Marina Enhancement & Community Revitalization Plan in advance of the upcoming referendum. The City will hold a referendum on November 7, 2017, to ask residents to vote on whether …

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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 15 2017

Mike Loftus Seeks Isle Of Palms City Council Reelection After Hiatus

by Mike Loftus for Island Eye News I am excited to announce that I am running for Isle of Palms City Council. I was fortunate to previously serve two terms on City Council from 2008 – 2015 and prior to that, served three years on the IOP Planning Commission. I did not run for reelection …

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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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Sep 09 2017

Recollections Of Sullivan’s Island During World War II

By Susan Middaugh for The Island Eye News The personal and family stories of long-time residents are an essential part of the remarkable history of Sullivan’s Island. The Oral History Project of Battery Gadsden Cultural Center is designed to capture these stories as recounted by Island residents in interviews that are videotaped and edited according …

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