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Apr 03 2020

Hunting For Hatchlings

By Mary Pringle for The Island Eye News Since a member of the Exchange Club came up with the idea, the Island Turtle Team, the city of Isle of Palms and the Exchange Club are pleased to introduce a hatchling scavenger hunt on Ocean Boulevard between 10th and 14th avenues. A hatchling is a baby …

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Apr 02 2020

Spring Season

By Sarah Diaz for The Island Eye News The spring season got underway March 15 at the Sullivan’s Island bird banding station. The station’s biologists will be studying resident and migratory birds that use the protected land as a breeding ground or as a migration stopover. At Station 16, there are a variety of habitats, …

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Apr 02 2020

Letter To The Editor: Who Was The Guilty Party?

Regarding the story in today’s paper about an incident between Garrett Krause and Councilman Randy Bell and his wife, Mimi, I must say that my experience raising children taught me that the one who rushed to “explain the whole thing” was the guilty party. The innocent one felt no need to justify anything. I noticed …

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Apr 02 2020

Letter To The Editor: Solving The Parking Problem

The parking problem on Sullivan’s Island will be solved if the island follows the recommendation of the consultants for the maritime forest and builds a 12-to-16-foot-high dune the length of the island. Visitors will not want to haul their gear up and over it on walkways to reach the beach. They will go to another …

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Apr 01 2020

Charges Filed After Fight At Local Bar

By Brian Sherman, The Island Eye News Managing Editor An Isle of Palms resident was charged with assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature March 13, after an altercation at a local eating and drinking establishment. According to Police Chief Kevin Cornett, police were called to The Dinghy Tap Room and Kitchen, located …

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Apr 01 2020

Expanded Service

By George Roberts for The Island Eye News Recognizing the nutritional needs of the homebound, East Cooper Meals on Wheels in 1985 began delivering meals to those who are confined to their homes and have difficulty preparing their own meals. The local nonprofit is now ready and available to help feed those who become homebound …

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Apr 01 2020

Can You Dig It?

From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources for The Island Eye News The public is invited to join the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources archaeology team as they conduct excavations at Pockoy Island, located on Botany Bay Plantation Heritage Preserve. Archaeological excavation will take place from May 1 through May 23.  “The Ring …

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Mar 31 2020

City Of Isle Of Palms COVID-19 Update 10

By Ronald Hanna for Island Eye News The City of Isle of Palms is in a state of emergency.  As the situation continues to change rapidly, the City’s top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our community and staff. Per the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-16, the City of Isle of Palms will implement …

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Mar 31 2020

Giving Through Art

By Carey B. Sullivan for The Island Eye News Artists are givers. Through their art, they share their talent and bring focus to the beauty in the world, both large and small. Esther Doyle, a multitalented artist who lives full-time on Dewees with her husband, Jim, is taking that one step further and using her …

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Mar 30 2020

Hope On Goat Makes Life Easier For Hungry Kids

By Diann Clark for The Island Eye News Have you ever been down on your luck? Have you ever had to send your kids to school knowing that they don’t have lunch money and you don’t have it to give them?  That was the focus of the 11th Annual Hope on Goat, held Feb. 29 …

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