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Stories by Robin Steinberger

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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Adaptive Expeditions expands opportunities for physically disabled

Joe Moore was in his third year of law school when his life was upended by a car accident. He lost a leg and then found after law school, sitting

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College Football Recap

South Carolina Schools Benedict (13) | Limestone (19) Charleston Southern (8) | Florida State (52) The Citadel (19) |Furman (14) Clemson (30) | Troy (24) Coastal Carolina (49) | Florida

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West Ashley Farmer’s Market debuts September 14

The opening day of the West Ashley Farmer’s Market (WAFM) is Wednesday, September 14 from 3:30 – 7:30.  The farmer’s market will meet every Wednesday afternoon until October 26.  For

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Are lowcountry students ready for jobs in demand?

More good-paying, high-tech manufacturing related jobs than the tri-county area has ever seen before are projected to open up in the near future. Will local high school graduates be ready

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Sewing makes a resurgence

Brooke Floyd and Laura Eicher were teachers at Academic Magnet High School who were interested in sewing as a hobby. They began taking lessons at Hancock Fabrics at Westwood Plaza,

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