Tag: Fall

Nov 28 2018

Archaeological Dig Breaks Ground Fall 2018

By Kelly Ryan for The Island Eye News One of the South’s most important historic sites, The Pinckney Mansion, is about to be the subject of a nationally relevant archeological dig. The Pinckney Mansion, among the first grand homes in Charleston, was an early inhabitant on Charleston’s colonial waterfront. “[The Pinckney Mansion] is arguably the …

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Oct 19 2018

Fall Brings Best Fishing Of The Year

By Geoff Bennett for Island Eye News Fall has arrived bringing with it cooler weather and shorter days. But don’t put your rods and reels away just yet because we’re about to experience the best fishing of the year! Fishermen will continue to find success with live bait but artificial lures should become increasingly productive. …

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Oct 15 2018

Stella Maris Hosts Fall Fest

Staff Report for the Island Eye News The Stella Maris Church Fall Festival held Sept. 28 welcomed new parishioners and families to the church grounds with live music, face painting, games, food and fun! Over 600 tickets were sold and the event was blessed with beautiful weather.  

Sep 03 2018

Ending Summer Season

By Geoff Bennett for The Island Eye News Fall is the best time to fish in Charleston as cooling water temperatures let fish know that they better eat heartily because food will begin to disappear shortly. There is still time to catch summer seasonal species like shark, Spanish mackerel and ladyfish. However, by mid-September they …

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Apr 19 2018

Letter To The Editor: Residents First, Not So Much

Dear Editor, Last fall’s election swept in a new council. Its mantra was “Putting the residents FIRST”. Well, it’s been four months and let’s see how it’s doing. At the last council meeting members managed to do just the opposite. They voted to make the Beach Parking Plan year round, instead of running only during …

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Apr 17 2018

Local Clemson Student Receives High Honors

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Isle of Palms resident, Angeleki Zecopoulos has accepted membership into The National Society of Collegiate Scholars after earning a perfect 4.0 grade average in the 2017 Fall semester.  She received a personal commendation from the university President, James P. Clements, who commended her hard work and dedication and …

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Oct 23 2017

Sullivan’s Island Mayor’s Message: October 2017

By Pat O’Neil for The Island Eye News Dear Island Neighbors, I hope you are enjoying the wonderful fall weather that has finally found its way to us. We are competing with a crowded paper this issue, so to respect your time I’ll try to be briefer than usual. (And shame on those of you …

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Oct 18 2017

Best Fishing Of The Year Is Here

By Geoff Bennett for The Island Eye News Fall has arrived with cooler weather and shorter days. But don’t put your boat away just yet because we’re about to experience the best fishing of the year! Fishermen can continue to find success with live bait but artificial lures should become increasingly effective. Make time to …

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Oct 03 2017

Fun Fall For Grown-ups At The Poe Library

By Delores Schweitzer for The Island Eye News Frequent visitors to the Poe Branch Library on Sullivan’s Island know it is a lively place. Laughter and snatches of deep conversations pour forth from the Fiction and Nonfiction rooms as patrons write, play games, or talk about books. Be warned. Poe is about to get a …

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Sep 28 2017

Letter From The Mayor Of Sullivan’s Island: October 2017

I hope you are enjoying the early stages of what is my favorite time of year on the island: Fall. Nothing like those cool breezes and that great, clear fall light on the Spartina grass as it goes golden. And college football…depending on who your team is. But before we get too captivated by all …

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