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The Citadel Board Of Visitors Adds Bill Connor

By The Citadel for Island Eye News Colonel William M. (Bill) Connor, V, USA (Ret.), ’90, will join The Citadel Board of Visitors as its newest member on July 1, 2021. Connor is a retired Army officer, an attorney and the owner/founder of Bill Connor Law Firm, LLC, headquartered in Orangeburg, South Carolina. For over …

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And The Award Goes To…

By Mount Pleasant Waterworks for Island Eye News On June 30, the now retired general manager of Mount Pleasant Waterworks (MPW), Clay Duffie, was presented with the Order of the Palmetto during a dedication ceremony for the utility’s water resource facility located on Rifle Range Road. Representatives Marvin “Mark” Smith and Joseph “Joe” Bustos attended …

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Beaucephus

By Lori Mcgee for Island Eye News Beaucephus was a rescue and is now a great loving, non-sheet-rock eating boy. He sure does enjoy chewing on golf balls. We did however have a small bout with golf balls. Beau is 120 pounds of muscle and love and his name sounds like an Old Tennessee Ernie …

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Message From The Mayor: July 2021

Dear Island Neighbors,  Lots o’ items this month, so let’s dive in.  BACK IN PERSON AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS  In case you missed it, Town Hall is completely back to normal as far as being open to everyone who needs to be there for services or business. Council and all our boards and commissions are …

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Little House Lives On

By Maddie Heid for The Island Eye News The rich history of the Jones Family is an African American story like no other and continues to be well known throughout the Sullivan’s Island community.  As the story goes, back in the 1800s, slave trader Vincent Peter was on a voyage to Africa. On the boat, …

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Saving Small Isle Of Palms Homes

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye News Action taken three years ago by the Isle of Palms City Council apparently has at least slowed down the once-common process of tearing down small homes that are a vital part of the island’s history and replacing them with much larger residences. The provision in the city’s …

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Grace Myatt

By Grace Nichols for The Island Eye News Grace Myatt is not letting anything get in her way. From going to college to getting her first real job, she is living a “normal life” for a 23 year old despite having Down syndrome. Two years ago, Grace was the first picked to have one of …

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The Abduction Of Pretty Penny – Jack The Ripper Resurfaces

By Marci Shore for The Island Eye News Bestselling novelist, consulting physician, and Sullivans Island resident, Leonard Goldberg has published the fifth novel in his Daughter of Sherlock Holmes series, The Abduction of Pretty Penny. To the delight of Sherlock Holmes fans everywhere, Goldberg brought to life a previously unknown illegitimate daughter of Sherlock Holmes …

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Letter To The Editor: Phillip Pounds For Isle Of Palms Mayor

 I am excited to read of the candidacy of Phillip Pounds for Isle of Palms mayor in the May 7, 2021 edition of The Island Eye News. I had the pleasure of meeting Phillip and his wife Laurie several years ago and believe he would be an excellent candidate for this position. Phillip possesses both …

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Letter To The Editor: Proponent Of Pounds

During this time when social media is fanning the flame of hostility and divisiveness, the Isle of Palms needs a mayor who will look out for the needs of residents as well as represent the Isle of Palms in a professional manner. I am writing to endorse Phillip Pounds as the next mayor of the …

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