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After the storm …

Despite dire warnings of an impending Armageddon, the lowcountry sustained mild damage in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.  Elected officials and media figures made it sound like Matthew was going

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Regal to air presidential debate on ‘big screen’

Regal Cinemas has announced that it will be airing the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at select locations starting at 9 pm on October 9, 2016. The

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Hurricane Matthew – should you stay or should you go?

Governor Nikki Haley called for a coastal evacuation from Hurricane Matthew on Wednesday afternoon. An estimated 175,000 coastal residents have evacuated, short of the 250,000 expected by South Carolina emergency

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Shadowmoss HOA board showdown set for October 12

Shadowmoss Plantation neighborhood Homeowners Association (HOA) members have set a special meeting for Wednesday, October 12 to vote for a new slate on the HOA board of directors. The meeting

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Lowcountry firefighters are ‘real display’ in Summerville

The Summerville Fire-Rescue Department in conjunction with Old Fort Fire Department held their annual Fire Prevention Display last night at Lowe’s Home Improvement store on Main Street in Summerville. The

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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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Post and Courier obsessed with human-caused climate change

The (Charleston) Post and Courier has been banging the drum for years about the “climate change” agenda.  Those pushing the agenda claim that human carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are trapping

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We get the government we deserve

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) sponsors four Adopt-A-Highway litter pick-ups per year. For those who want to participate, there are only four dates during the year on which

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Congregational Concert with the Ashley River Community

The pews were packed in the Ashley River Baptist Church in anticipation of the Jeremy Camp concert that took place on Friday, September 30, 2016. Jeremy Camp is a Christian

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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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