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Nov 15 2019

Seabird Nesting Season Comes To An End

By Felicia Sanders for Island Eye News South Carolina’s 2019 seabird nesting season has come to an end, and counts from nesting colonies have been compiled for this season by SCDNR biologists. Nine species of seabirds, including brown pelicans, royal terns, Sandwich terns and black skimmers, regularly nest in South Carolina in large colonies of …

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Nov 14 2019

Paws In The Park Petwalk Is On: Rain Or Shine!

By Kay Hyman for Island Eye News Rain or shine, Charleston Animal Society’s 2019 Paws in the Park fundraising pet walk is a go! “We know it’s going to be cold and wet, but aren’t our animals worth it,” said Charleston Animal Society President & CEO Joe Elmore. “This is going to be a day …

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Nov 14 2019

Local Students Win State Title

Provided for Island Eye News  On Oct. 22nd, University School of the Lowcountry students participated in and won as the First Place Team at the South Carolina Independent School Association Middle School Math Meet in Sumter. This included having the top high scorer for the whole competition. USL’s other team placed third overall. Congratulations to …

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Nov 14 2019

Chilly Water Bringing Bigger Schools Of Fish

By Geoff Bennett for Island Eye News Fishing this past month was great and we can expect November to be just as productive!  Chilly nights remind redfish and trout that they had better eat now or it will be a long few months ahead without any food. Artificial lures have become very effective as natural bait …

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Nov 13 2019

Perfectly Scrambled Eggs

By Marilyn Markel for Island Eye News  One weekend day a week we treat ourselves to a luscious brunch.  Scrambled eggs can actually be perfect dish!  Here they are served with roasted veggies of mushrooms, onions, peppers and green onions.  The green onions were not roasted, but just added at the end.  Low and slow is …

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Nov 12 2019

Republican Presidential Candidate Mark Sanford Suspends Campaign Citing “Impeachment Noise”

By Sarah Allred for Island Eye News Republican Presidential candidate and former South Carolina Governor and U.S. Representative Mark Sanford announced his intention to suspend his Presidential Primary campaign today. In announcing his decision in front of the New Hampshire State House, Governor Sanford cited the overwhelmingly polarized climate swirling around the Congressional Impeachment Inquiry …

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Nov 12 2019

Final Farmers’ Market Of The Season

Photo by Valerie McHenry The IOP Farmers’ Market wrapped up another successful season Oct. 30. Local vendors, live music, crafts, baked goods were all a part of the wonderful event that will return next fall.

Nov 12 2019

Charleston Jazz Four Day Festival

Provided for Island Eye News  Charleston Jazz is excited to announce the 6th Annual Charleston Jazz Festival. This highly-anticipated four-day festival will take place Jan. 23 -26, 2020 and consist of a Local Band Night, two world-renowned headliner performances and a Family Jazz Day. “We are thrilled to present this extraordinary and diverse line-up of …

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Nov 08 2019

Stretching Under The Stars

Provided for Island Eye News  People of all fitness levels are invited to experience a unique outdoor evening yoga program under the glow of the Holiday Festival of Lights. This holiday edition of Charleston County Parks’ Starlight Yoga series will take place at James Island County Park on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Held in the meadow …

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Nov 07 2019

Isle Of Palms City Council Official 2019 Election Results

Staff Report for Island Eye News