Isle Of Palms Connector Run Cancelled

By Robbie Berg for Island Eye News With much deliveration and heavy hearts, we have cancelled the Isle of Palms Run and Walk for the Child. The IOPrun Saturday had to be cancelled due to winds and safety on the bridge due to Hurrican Ian. We will be changing all registrations to virtual, where you …

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Van Gogh Exhibit Extends Stay Due To High Demand

By Arielle Alpino For The Island Eye News Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, an internationally acclaimed Vincent Van Gogh multimedia exhibit that has sold more than 3 million tickets globally, has extended its stay at the Charleston Area Convention Center through September 25. The traveling exhibit was originally scheduled to leave the Lowcountry after …

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Isle Of Palms Law Enforcement Neighborhood Support Program Is Off And Running

Provided by the Law Enforcement Neighborhood Support for Island Eye News The Isle of Palms LENS Program sponsored by the IOP Exchange Club and sustained solely by charitable donations is dedicated to support the officers in our local police department as well as meet some critical needs to the Isle of Palms community. LENS is …

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In Memory Of Grace DeWitte

Submitted by Sandy Ferencz for Island Eye News Grace DeWitte, better known as Nana Grace, passed away in her sleep at Roper Hospice Cottage in Mount Pleasant, SC on Aug. 8, 2022. Nana loved The Simpsons, but she would only watch the show when her grandson Drew turned it on. She would watch Homer’s antics …

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Fall Fishing Calls For Cool, Crisp Conditions

By Geoff Bennett for The Island Eye News Fantastic fall fishing is about to begin thanks to a perfect storm of conditions. The combination of lower water temperatures, tons of bait and fewer fishermen on the water makes for an ideal scenario. The fact that cooler days will make fishing much more pleasant doesn’t hurt …

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Sullivan’s Island Library Expands Hours Of Operation

By Doug Reynolds for The Island Eye News Operating hours at the Poe/Sullivan’s Island Library are expanding.  These expanded hours will help the branch better serve its patrons and the surrounding community.  Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 6, hours at the library will be as follows:  Poe/Sullivan’s Island Library  • Monday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. *  …

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National Alliance On Mental Illness Promises A ‘Banner Year’ For Mental Health

Provided by the National Alliance on Mental Illness for Island Eye News  It’s a new day for mental health in America. More people are speaking openly about their mental health conditions than ever before, and the need for mental health services is on the rise.  It’s also a new day for NAMIWalks Your Way Charleston …

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Letter To The Editor: Isle Of Palms Councilmember Blair Hahn Raises Concerns Over Recent Op-Ed By Fellow Councilmember Katie Miars

In response to IOP council member Miars “Op-Ed” piece I offer the following.  Clearly council member Miars is not happy with the decisions of this City Council.  That is understandable.  I, too, have disagreed with actions taken by this Council.  However, what council member Miars has done by unilaterally releasing attorney/client communications is a violation …

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Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee Takes No Action On Charleston Area Convention And Visitors Bureau Contract

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye News The Isle of Palms has never had a contract with the Charleston Area Convention & Visitors Bureau that delineates exactly what services the CVB provides with the funds generated from the state’s 2% tax on short term rentals on the island. That still is the case, though …

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Message From The Sullivan’s Island Mayor: September 2022

Dear Island neighbors,  I hope you are enjoying these relatively quieter and less crowded days, the start of football season and the welcome transition to less hot days. Also marking the end of our summer season… the end of twice weekly garbage pickup. For what you need to know about garbage, household trash, yard debris …

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