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Stories by Robin Steinberger

Guardian Angels sets higher standard for babysitters

Melissa Monge and Christina Walls were both mothers of small children.  Prior to the start of Guardian Angels Sitting Service, their children had never been left with anyone other than

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Summerville honors Farmers’ Market founder and legacy vendors

Mayor Wiley Johnson and the Town of Summerville honored Summerville Farmers’ Market founder, Walter Limehouse, with a special presentation acknowledging his contributions to the town and highlighting the many economic

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RiverDogs Stadium gets an elegant upgrade

With a record-setting 20th season just completed, the Charleston RiverDogs are already looking ahead to their next two decades at The Joe. The RiverDogs and the Goldklang Group have begun

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Summerville Farmers’ Market to celebrate 25th Anniversary with special ceremony

The Summerville Farmers’ Market will celebrate its 25th Anniversary with a special ceremony this Saturday, October 1 to recognize the market’s founder, Mr. Walter Limehouse, and three vendors that have

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Firetruck parade to kick-off Fire Prevention Week in Summerville

The Summerville Fire-Rescue Department in conjunction with Old Fort Fire Department will kick-off Fire Prevention Week with their annual Fire Prevention Parade and Display on Monday, October 3 from 6pm

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Palmetto State Armory brings new life to dilapidated Summerville plaza

Palmetto State Armory held its official Grand Opening on Saturday, September 24th in Summerville’s former Heritage Square shopping center. Doors opened at 10am to several hundred waiting customers who lined

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Yappy Hour fun on October 13

Dog owners are invited to pick up man’s best friend after work and join the happy hour fun at James Island County Park for Yappy Hour on October 13. Yappy

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Lowcountry Trail Half Marathon and 5K on Oct. 8

On Saturday, October 8 the Lowcountry Trail Half Marathon and 5K returns to scenic Mullet Hall Equestrian Center on 2662 Mullet Road, just off River Road. Runners will have a

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Alligator attacks ‘more often fatal’ than shark attacks

According to the Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida in Gainesville, there are more shark attacks in United States waters, but alligator attacks are more often

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Old Towne Creek County Park hosts wine and beer events

Next to Charles Towne Landing on 1400 Old Towne Road, West Ashley is Old Towne Creek County Park. Most people probably drive by and never notice the park. It is

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