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Charleston area hospitality and tourism leaders honored | Moultrie News Charleston area hospitality and tourism leaders honored
The Charleston Area Convention and Visitors Bureau presented five Golden Pineapple Awards in recognition of outstanding service to members of the local hospitality industry during the Travel Council Annual Meeting on Wednesday, June 21. More than 300 attendees gathered at…
Moultrie News | June 22, 2017
New proposed community bank prepares for launch | Moultrie News New proposed community bank prepares for launch
The proposed Beacon Community Bank, a South Carolina-chartered bank headquartered in Charleston, is preparing its launch.
Moultrie News | June 22, 2017
Obituary - David Ivan Fuller | Moultrie News Obituary - David Ivan Fuller
David Ivan Fuller, 67, passed away in his sleep Wednesday, June 21, 2017, at his home in Mount Pleasant. He was a singular man by any measure.
Moultrie News | June 22, 2017
Ask Liz - Guidance and etiquette for days at the beach | Moultrie News Ask Liz - Guidance and etiquette for days at the beach
Dear Liz,
Moultrie News | June 22, 2017
More shaggin' and boogiein' on the Cooper | Moultrie News More shaggin' and boogiein' on the Cooper
The season’s final installment of Friday Night Boogie is Friday, July 14. The next Shaggin’ on the Cooper event is Saturday, July 15 with The Counts.
Moultrie News | June 22, 2017
Ladder Safety Should Be Tops for Home Improvers | Moultrie News Ladder Safety Should Be Tops for Home Improvers
(NewsUSA) -As the warm weather of spring and summer arrives, ambitious and well-intentioned homeowners embark on cleaning, maintenance, and improvement projects that often involve roofs, gutters, and ladders. However, working on a ladder can be dangerous.
Moultrie News | June 22, 2017
Retired Navy nurse creates patient advocate company | Moultrie News Retired Navy nurse creates patient advocate company
Sharon Harper, a decorated veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, has launched Coastal Patient Advocates, LLC. The Mount Pleasant based company is aimed at helping the elderly and Baby-Boomers with aging parents.
Moultrie News | June 22, 2017
Camp Happy Days’ hosts flagship weeklong summer camp for kids kickin’ cancer | Moultrie News Camp Happy Days’ hosts flagship weeklong summer camp for kids kickin’ cancer
On Sunday, July 2, 275 children from South Carolina will leave the worries of cancer behind as they enjoy a week filled with friends, adventures and surprises at Camp Happy Days’ annual summer camp.
Moultrie News | June 22, 2017
Volvo Car Group executive joins Tri-County Cradle to Career board | Moultrie News Volvo Car Group executive joins Tri-County Cradle to Career board
The Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative, a nonprofit organization that works to improve educational outcomes for children, has added a new board member and two staff members.
Moultrie News | June 22, 2017
Charleston airport board extends CEO's contract for 2 years | Post and Courier Charleston airport board extends CEO's contract for 2 years
The head of South Carolina's busiest airport will stay at the helm for two more years, postponing retirement plans announced in 2016.
Post and Courier | June 22, 2017
HEALTH BILL PROCESS | Post and Courier HEALTH BILL PROCESS
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Post and Courier | June 22, 2017
Read the bill: Senate GOP unveils 'Obamacare' overhaul | Post and Courier Read the bill: Senate GOP unveils 'Obamacare' overhaul
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans launched their plan for shriveling Barack Obama's health care law Thursday, edging a step closer to their dream of repeal with a bill that would slice and reshape Medicaid for the poor, relax rules on…
Post and Courier | June 22, 2017
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Boys jump across Rutledge Avenue on Tuesday, June 6, 2017. Storms dumped nearly an inch and a half of rain, swamping the city. File/Michael Pronzato/Staff
Post and Courier | June 22, 2017
Folly beach vacation renters | Post and Courier Folly beach vacation renters
Vacationers from the rental houses east of the Folly Beach pier enjoy the sun Thursday, June 22, 2017. About 80 percent of the houses on the island are rentals. Dave Munday/Staff
Post and Courier | June 22, 2017
Folly Beach vacation family | Post and Courier Folly Beach vacation family
This family from Georgia, relaxing east of the Folly Beach pier Thursday, June 22, 2017, rents a house each year. About 80 percent of the city's houses are rentals, and the streets used to be lined with rental signs. The…
Post and Courier | June 22, 2017
USC set to approve highest tuition increase in 7 years | Post and Courier USC set to approve highest tuition increase in 7 years
COLUMBIA — The University of South Carolina is poised to raise tuition by the largest amount in seven years, according to a documents obtained by The Post and Courier.
Post and Courier | June 22, 2017
National Weather Service issues flood advisory for Charleston area | Post and Courier National Weather Service issues flood advisory for Charleston area
The National Weather Service's Charleston office has issued a coastal flood advisory until 10 p.m. Thursday night.
Post and Courier | June 22, 2017
Horticulture Hotline - Ammunition for battles against wasps and fungi | Moultrie News Horticulture Hotline - Ammunition for battles against wasps and fungi
Wasps, biting flies, flies, and mosquitoes – `tis the season. The summer started out with three wasp nests on my front porch. One was right by the door and two others were staring straight at you as you exited the…
Moultrie News | June 21, 2017
Collaboration to help families live in Safe and Healthy Homes | Moultrie News Collaboration to help families live in Safe and Healthy Homes
The East Cooper Faith Networks Fix It! Initiative will be hosting a meeting on June 26th, 6:00 pm, at the Seacoast Church in Mt. Pleasant to discuss how individuals, faith groups, government and non-profit organizations can work together to help…
Moultrie News | June 21, 2017
Ryan Cumback named principal of Moultrie Middle School | Moultrie News Ryan Cumback named principal of Moultrie Middle School
Ryan Cumback has been named the principal of Moultrie Middle School.
Moultrie News | June 21, 2017
Kevin Brookes named senior VP of South State Bank | Moultrie News Kevin Brookes named senior VP of South State Bank
Kevin Brookes has been promoted to senior vice president at South State Bank.
Moultrie News | June 21, 2017
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston appoints new CEO | Moultrie News Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston appoints new CEO
Kathy ‘kp’ Papadimitriou has been appointed chief executive officer of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston.
Moultrie News | June 21, 2017
The Mill Street Tavern set to open in July next to Shem Creek Bar and grill | Moultrie News The Mill Street Tavern set to open in July next to Shem Creek Bar and grill
After an arduous refurbishment and build out Crave Kitchen & Cocktails and The Mac Daddy Food Truck welcomes their newest addition to Mt. Pleasant, The Mill Street Tavern will be open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, dinner and…
Moultrie News | June 21, 2017
Thank you for supporting your local paper | Moultrie News Thank you for supporting your local paper
Like you, we here at the Moultrie News are diving right into summer, focusing on all things local and special to East Cooper. We are also winding down our Spring Voluntary Pay Program, in which faithful readers show their appreciation…
Moultrie News | June 21, 2017
Breakfast Rotary Club ends fiscal year | Moultrie News Breakfast Rotary Club ends fiscal year
The East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club welcomed their new board of directors for the new fiscal year and gave out awards honoring Rotarians who went above and beyond during the year.
Moultrie News | June 21, 2017
Social media user privacy among research projects funded by new grants | Moultrie News Social media user privacy among research projects funded by new grants
For colleges and universities grants funding research in STEM-related fields are essential to continuing programs that can result in change-making discoveries. Grants are often awarded to professors and graduate level students, but undergraduate student research opportunities are also highly valued.
Moultrie News | June 21, 2017
Congress Tax Overhaul | Post and Courier Congress Tax Overhaul
FILE - In this April 25, 2017, file photo, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. A key part of House Republicans’ plan to overhaul the way corporations pay taxes is on life support,…
Post and Courier | June 21, 2017
Mary May on PBS Show | Post and Courier Mary May on PBS Show
Mary May has appeared on several episodes of the PBS Show, "The Woodwright's Shop with Roy Underhill." Photo by M. Oniffrey.
Post and Courier | June 21, 2017
North Charleston police seek suspect after Tuesday shooting | Post and Courier North Charleston police seek suspect after Tuesday shooting
North Charleston police are looking for a man who allegedly shot his girlfriend in the head Tuesday.
Post and Courier | June 21, 2017
CARTA moves ahead with new Rivers Avenue park-and-ride lot | Post and Courier CARTA moves ahead with new Rivers Avenue park-and-ride lot
CARTA has picked out a new site for its Rivers Avenue park-and-ride lot and is in the process of buying the 5-acre location, chairman Mike Seekings said.
Post and Courier | June 21, 2017
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Tourists walk the along the shops on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach, Wednesday, June 21, 2017. Grace Beahm/Staff
Post and Courier | June 21, 2017
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Tourists walk the Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach, Wednesday, June 21, 2017. Grace Beahm/Staff
Post and Courier | June 21, 2017
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Tourists walk the beachfront boardwalk near Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach, Wednesday, June 21, 2017. Grace Beahm/Staff
Post and Courier | June 21, 2017
Ye Ole Fashioned | Post and Courier Ye Ole Fashioned
Caramel and hot fudge top the toppings list at Ye Ole Fashioned.
Post and Courier | June 21, 2017
Emanuel Tribute | Post and Courier Emanuel Tribute
Rayna Kneuper Hall of Mount Pleasant and family friend, 3-year-old Edward Austin, tour the Emanuel Tribute at Charleston International Airport Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Brad Nettles/Staff
Post and Courier | June 20, 2017
Colleton County Sheriff's Office: Seven shots fired incidents, believed to be related, reported Monday in Walterboro | Post and Courier Colleton County Sheriff's Office: Seven shots fired incidents, believed to be related, reported Monday in Walterboro
Seven reports of shots being fired Monday morning into houses across Walterboro are being investigated as connected incidents, according to the Colleton County Sheriff's Office.
Post and Courier | June 20, 2017
Ashley Ridge High School Fox Farm | Post and Courier Ashley Ridge High School Fox Farm
A nearly $75,000 grant from the USDA will help Ashley Ridge High School grow vegetables on part of this 10-acre tract next to the school. Provided
Post and Courier | June 20, 2017
Lowcountry Food Bank kitchen serves up its millionth meal | Post and Courier Lowcountry Food Bank kitchen serves up its millionth meal
Sometime Wednesday, somebody somewhere in the Lowcountry will tear open a meal with a particular significance.
Post and Courier | June 20, 2017
Wayback Burgers giving away free milkshakes on first day of summer Wednesday | Post and Courier Wayback Burgers giving away free milkshakes on first day of summer Wednesday
A chain restaurant wants to cool customers down on the first day of summer.
Post and Courier | June 20, 2017
Gamecocks receive commitment from junior college defensive lineman | Post and Courier Gamecocks receive commitment from junior college defensive lineman
South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp stayed hot on the recruiting trail Tuesday, landing a commitment from defensive lineman Dantrell Barkley of Independence (Kansas) Junior College.
Post and Courier | June 20, 2017
Milkshakes | Post and Courier Milkshakes
Wayback Burgers will give away free milkshakes Wednesday to mark the first day of summer. Provided
Post and Courier | June 20, 2017
Viscount Mining Corp: Company to Watch In 2017 | Moultrie News Viscount Mining Corp: Company to Watch In 2017
(NewsUSA) - Back in the late 1800s, hordes of miners descended on Colorado's Custer County to seek their fortunes. They staked nearly 100 individual claims, and mined large amounts of top-grade silver and gold from the ground. The area even…
Moultrie News | June 20, 2017
Author Mary Alice Monroe launches “Beach House for Rent”  today | Moultrie News Author Mary Alice Monroe launches “Beach House for Rent” today
New York Times bestselling author Mary Alice Monroe releases BEACH HOUSE FOR RENT on June 20 with local book signing events and an effort to raise awareness about migrating shorebirds.
Moultrie News | June 20, 2017
'The times we tricked our foolish, foolish children' | Moultrie News 'The times we tricked our foolish, foolish children'
We were having dinner the other night, and we decided a good topic of conversation would be “The times we tricked you foolish, foolish children.”
Moultrie News | June 20, 2017
Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired receives $10,000 grant | Moultrie News Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired receives $10,000 grant
The Charles and Joyce Darby Endowment of the Coastal Community Foundation has awarded the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Charleston a $10,000 grant.
Moultrie News | June 20, 2017
Police Blotter - On a scale of one to 10, 8.5 is drunk | Moultrie News Police Blotter - On a scale of one to 10, 8.5 is drunk
New threads
Moultrie News | June 20, 2017
Rooting for Potatoes: The Spud Makes A Comeback | Moultrie News Rooting for Potatoes: The Spud Makes A Comeback
(NewsUSA) - Forget low-carb diets and Atkins; those sweet, succulent spuds are once again finding their place among meat and vegetables at the dinner table.
Moultrie News | June 20, 2017
Between the Stacks - Meet Nicolle Davies, the new executive director of Charleston libraries | Moultrie News Between the Stacks - Meet Nicolle Davies, the new executive director of Charleston libraries
In July 2016, after a five-month nationwide search process, Nicolle Davies was named executive director of the Charleston County Library System. She took over a sprawling library system in the midst of an aggressive expansion approved by voters in late…
Moultrie News | June 20, 2017
IOP committee again tables RV proposal - Explores other ways to bring in revenue | Moultrie News IOP committee again tables RV proposal - Explores other ways to bring in revenue
A proposal to open the City of Isle of Palms’s municipal parking lot to RVs looking for a place to park overnight in the off-season was left hanging once again last Thursday.
Moultrie News | June 20, 2017
With minds on new town hall, S.I. budgets for future repairs | Moultrie News With minds on new town hall, S.I. budgets for future repairs
As the members of Sullivan’s Island Town Council worked to put together the budget for the next fiscal year, they’ve done so in a brand new town hall. It’s so new that the town is still working with the contractor…
Moultrie News | June 20, 2017