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Author to read at ARTworks

Appalachia, Okefenokee, the Lowcountry, Florida springs, remote barrier islands of Georgia, treehouse hostels, Indian mounds, cane cookings, martial arts tournaments, old family farms in Tennessee and more: Join author Michele Roldán-Shaw on Friday, July 8 at 6:30 p.m.  as she reads selections from her new self-published “zine” about rambling around the South. The event is… Keep Reading


Lady’s Island Notes Part II

By Jim Hicks Change in pizza businesses. The Domino’s Pizza that has operated in the Grayco shopping center for the last few years has recently closed its doors and has been replaced in the same location by Sea Island Pizza which will continue to provide take-out and delivery service ((522-1212).  A note of appreciation to… Keep Reading


Letter to the Editor

  True story of respect shown to military   I watched “True Grit” recently on a long flight on American Airlines that had a stop-over in the Dallas-Ft Worth Airport.  It’s a great film that shows how one man can charge four boldly and the importance of being trained to think as one. Keep Reading


SC State house legislative update

By Representative Shannon S. Erickson Bragging rights for being #50: It’s usually not a good thing to end up at the bottom of state rankings, but this time it’s terrific. Being the 50th ranked state means that S.C. taxes its citizens at the lowest rate per capita of all states. The ranking comes from the… Keep Reading


Update: One of the Robbery Suspects Apprehended

ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT CAPTURED By Matt Clancy Jujuan Habersham, one of the suspects from a robbery on June 19th has been arrested. Habersham and an as yet unidentified accomplice are accused of accosting a couple at gunpoint at 2:35 in the morning on Bay St. and stealing personal property from them. Keep Reading


Church Employee Robbed

Church Employee Robbed By Matt Clancy A man closing the office at St. Helena Episcopal Church was robbed shortly before10 p.m. Saturday June 25th. A suspect described as a thin African-American man dressed in black clothing approached the victim brandishing a silver handgun and demanded money. Keep Reading


Commercial shrimp trawling season starts

The commercial shrimp trawling season opened in South Carolina state waters within the General Trawl Zone at 8 a.m. Wednesday, June 22. The commercial trawling season opened in federal waters on June 7. The shrimp season normally opens in late May or early June after the peak spawning period of white shrimp. However, as a… Keep Reading

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