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Volunteers needed for Beach Sweep/River Sweep Oct. 21 | Moultrie News Volunteers needed for Beach Sweep/River Sweep Oct. 21
The coastal portion of 29th annual Beach Sweep/River Sweep, postponed in September because of the threat of Tropical Storm Irma, is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21 from 9 a.m. until noon. Each year thousands of people volunteer for the Sweep,…
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
Past presidents serve as honorary directors for National Medal of Honor Museum | Moultrie News Past presidents serve as honorary directors for National Medal of Honor Museum
The National Medal of Honor Museum (MOHM) is honored to announce that former presidents Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama have joined as honorary directors of the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation.
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
Bishop England slams Wade Hampton in playoff opener | Moultrie News Bishop England slams Wade Hampton in playoff opener
Bishop England began its run toward an 18th straight state championship with a dominant 3-0 win over Wade Hampton Wednesday on Daniel Island.
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
Santos seeks reeclection on Mt. P Council | Moultrie News Santos seeks reeclection on Mt. P Council
Gary Santos is running for re-election to the Mount Pleasant Town Council on Nov. 7. Santos has served on Council for 17 years and has served as Mayor Pro Tem for the last two years.
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
Candidate forum Oct. 26 | Moultrie News Candidate forum Oct. 26
The Moultrie News, the League of Women Voters and the Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce will host a town council and mayoral candidate forum Oct. 26 at Cario Middle School in Park West.
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
Charleston’s Real Estate Repairs wins national award | Moultrie News Charleston’s Real Estate Repairs wins national award
Real Estate Repairs-Real Remodels is pleased to announce they have been selected to the Remodeling Big50. This award, selected by Remodeling Magazine, is presented to those that have “shown exceptionally high standards of professionalism and integrity through exemplary business practices,…
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
Tri-county region sees declines in key reading, math test results | Moultrie News Tri-county region sees declines in key reading, math test results
Newly released year-end test results for the tri-county region show year-over-year declines in reading proficiency for third and eighth grade, both pivotal years in a child’s academic career.
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
Bulls Island hosts November and December archery hunts | Moultrie News Bulls Island hosts November and December archery hunts
The fall 2017 Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge white-tailed deer archery hunts on Bulls Island will be held Nov. 6-11 and Dec. 4-9. Hunters must possess the required state hunting license. Each hunter will check in and register before setting…
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
#JBESMILES | Moultrie News #JBESMILES
The Parent Teacher Organization at James B. Edwards Elementary treated the third grade students to a performance by folksinger Mark Mason. They learned all about South Carolina history through storytelling and song. Mason had the audience clapping and singing while…
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
Wando Theatre tells their tales | Moultrie News Wando Theatre tells their tales
Five tales of action, romance, comedy, and horror come to the stage in one entertaining show as Wando Theatre presents a fast-paced version of Geoffrey Chaucer’s "Canterbury Tales." This updated collection of timeless narratives features a talented cast of 37…
Moultrie News | October 19, 2017
State receives formal complaint about unlicensed engineering for abandoned S.C. nuclear reactors | Post and Courier State receives formal complaint about unlicensed engineering for abandoned S.C. nuclear reactors
COLUMBIA — A formal complaint has been filed over Westinghouse's decision not to use professional engineers to draft the construction blueprints for a pair of $9 billion failed and abandoned nuclear reactors in South Carolina.
Post and Courier | October 19, 2017
sophie | Post and Courier sophie
Porter-Gaud tennis player Sophie Williams. James Beck/Special to The Post and Courier
Post and Courier | October 19, 2017
A'ja Wilson has goal of winning National Player of the Year | Post and Courier A'ja Wilson has goal of winning National Player of the Year
NASHVILLE, TENN. – A’ja Wilson’s personal trophy case dwarfs South Carolina’s. She’s won just about every prize there is to win.
Post and Courier | October 19, 2017
Porter-Gaud aiming for SCISA tennis title this weekend | Post and Courier Porter-Gaud aiming for SCISA tennis title this weekend
No other area in the South can match the Lowcountry in the number of highly ranked 14-and-under girls tennis players.
Post and Courier | October 19, 2017
Yonder Field cancels Agrisonic Music Festival | Post and Courier Yonder Field cancels Agrisonic Music Festival
Yonder Field, the start-up outdoor music venue in Bowman, has canceled it Agrisonic Music Festival scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21 because of financial losses.
Post and Courier | October 19, 2017
Nikki fargas | Post and Courier Nikki fargas
LSU women's basketball coach Nikki Fargas. Mark Humphrey/AP
Post and Courier | October 19, 2017
LSU coach discusses her famous father-in-law Antonio Fargas | Post and Courier LSU coach discusses her famous father-in-law Antonio Fargas
NASHVILLE, TENN. — It was a burning question.
Post and Courier | October 19, 2017
Te'a Cooper | Post and Courier Te'a Cooper
Former Tennessee guard Te'a Cooper could suit up for the Gamecocks this year. File/Knoxville News-Sentinel
Post and Courier | October 19, 2017
Beach Sex | Post and Courier Beach Sex
Beach Sex will play the Halloween in the Den show at Music Farm.
Post and Courier | October 19, 2017
Sealkids Swimjam fundraiser makes big splash | Moultrie News Sealkids Swimjam fundraiser makes big splash
Isle of Palms beach-goers stood up from their chair and umbrella, stopped what they were doing and gazed out toward the ocean to witness the Sealkids Swimjam making its inaugural splash off the shore of Front Beach.
Moultrie News | October 18, 2017
Between the Stacks - Folktober is here | Moultrie News Between the Stacks - Folktober is here
Fall has arrived, and the Mount Pleasant Regional Library has welcomed the season with Folktober, a three-part film series celebrating the Folk Era of the 1960s.
Moultrie News | October 18, 2017
Teacher to Parent - If you wonder why there’s such a teacher shortage, look at where I’m pointing | Moultrie News Teacher to Parent - If you wonder why there’s such a teacher shortage, look at where I’m pointing
Q. Ever since Florida started retaining students in the 3rd grade who failed to reach a certain score on a reading test, other states are following suit. South Carolina is the latest to do so with its “Read to Succeed”…
Moultrie News | October 18, 2017
USS Yorktown hosts 69th annual reunion honoring fallen shipmates | Moultrie News USS Yorktown hosts 69th annual reunion honoring fallen shipmates
On the morning of Friday, Oct. 13, a melancholy melody of a bagpipe billowed throughout the USS Yorktown's Hangar Bay I as veterans marched in to celebrate the Yorktown's 69th Annual Association Reunion. Every hand was on deck to honor…
Moultrie News | October 18, 2017
Horticulture Hotline - Preemergent products control weeds as they germinate | Moultrie News Horticulture Hotline - Preemergent products control weeds as they germinate
After smelling the wonderful tea olive the other day, I’m not going to mention #$)^worm or Bro%n P@tch. Here are a few things to do while enjoying the beautiful Lowcountry weather.
Moultrie News | October 18, 2017
South Atlantic Bank’s new Mount Pleasant office opens | Moultrie News South Atlantic Bank’s new Mount Pleasant office opens
South Atlantic Bank‘s new office in Mount Pleasant at 930 Johnnie Dodds Blvd. has opened.
Moultrie News | October 18, 2017
Letters to the Editor | Moultrie News Letters to the Editor
Unchecked Development
Moultrie News | October 18, 2017
Autio in action - local kid wins ninja warrior competition, qualifies for nationals | Moultrie News Autio in action - local kid wins ninja warrior competition, qualifies for nationals
He may seem like your average kid during the week, but on the weekends he's a warrior - literally. His name is Ben Autio, he's seven years old and a ninja warrior champion.
Moultrie News | October 18, 2017
Wando marching band community performance this Saturday | Moultrie News Wando marching band community performance this Saturday
The Wando Marching Band hosts a community performance of “Electra” Saturday evening, Oct. 21, at the Wando Stadium 1560 Mathis Ferry Rd.
Moultrie News | October 18, 2017
Lowcountry students visit St. Matthew's | Post and Courier Lowcountry students visit St. Matthew's
Students from University School of the Lowcountry learn about the history of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church Wednesday, October 18, 2017. The students were at the King Street church as part of their study of the Protestant Reformation, which is having…
Post and Courier | October 18, 2017
Follypalooza street scene | Post and Courier Follypalooza street scene
More than 60 food, arts and crafts vendors will be onsite at Saturday's Follypalooza Cancer Benefit.
Post and Courier | October 18, 2017
Bishops' Mingo voted Player of the Week; Week 8 nominees | Moultrie News Bishops' Mingo voted Player of the Week; Week 8 nominees
Karson Mingo has quietly put together one of the most productive seasons of any East Cooper linebacker. It’s about time the fans took notice.
Moultrie News | October 17, 2017
Discover the history of your Lowcountry property | Moultrie News Discover the history of your Lowcountry property
Battery Gadsden Cultural Center, The National Park Service and Doreen Larimer present, "Discovering the History of Your Lowcountry Property" on Oct. 19 from 6-7 p.m. at the Fort Moultrie Visitor Center Auditorium (1214 Middle St., Sullivan’s Island, SC).
Moultrie News | October 17, 2017
Hughes Crowned Winner of “Miss Chuck” Pageant | Moultrie News Hughes Crowned Winner of “Miss Chuck” Pageant
Rusty Hughes was crowned “Miss Chuck of 2017” at the October 5th champagne breakfast hosted by the West Ashley, Orleans Road office of Carolina One Real Estate.
Moultrie News | October 17, 2017
Morgan Creek Grill promotes Devlin to executive chef | Moultrie News Morgan Creek Grill promotes Devlin to executive chef
Morgan Creek Grill, a waterfront retreat on Isle of Palms, announced that Karnan Devlin has been promoted to executive chef. A New Hampshire native with more than 10 years of experience at the restaurant, Devlin has introduced a new fall…
Moultrie News | October 17, 2017
Shine a Little Love Festival Oct. 19-22 | Moultrie News Shine a Little Love Festival Oct. 19-22
This year’s Shine a Little Love Festival (SALL Fest) shines love on The Murray Center for Research on Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders in its third year at Isle of Palms, SC. Put a giant star on your calendar for…
Moultrie News | October 17, 2017
Everyone enjoys Halloween in their own special way | Moultrie News Everyone enjoys Halloween in their own special way
I love Halloween. As I write this column, my wife is wearing a witch’s hat and decorating the inside of our house with various Halloween themed knick-knacks. (Seriously. She’s hardcore with this stuff.)
Moultrie News | October 17, 2017
Wando has strong showing at state swim meet | Moultrie News Wando has strong showing at state swim meet
Wando boys and girls swim team swept the AAAAA swimming state championships last weekend at the University of South Carolina natatorium in Columbia.
Moultrie News | October 17, 2017
'Freddie Mercury, Wembley Stadium' | Post and Courier 'Freddie Mercury, Wembley Stadium'
"Freddie Mercury, Wembley Stadium" by Neal Preston
Post and Courier | October 17, 2017
'Neil Young and Graham Nash, 1970' | Post and Courier 'Neil Young and Graham Nash, 1970'
"Neil Young and Graham Nash, 1970" by Joel Bernstein
Post and Courier | October 17, 2017
ZZ Top to reschedule North Charleston show | Post and Courier ZZ Top to reschedule North Charleston show
Monday, the South Carolina State Fair announced that ZZ Top would no longer play the grandstand and was canceling current tour dates.
Post and Courier | October 17, 2017