Nobody guessed the location of the green humanoid figure — err, Gumby — painted on the side of a building somewhere in Charleston. Want to try again? First to guess it wins a pair of passes to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens.
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Looking for a way to spice up Valentine’s Day with something new? Here are two special deliveries that you might want to consider — a singing Valentine from the Charleston Barbershop Chorus or one of four packages delivered by the mascot of the Charleston RiverDogs.
The new 745-acre Laurel Hill County Park that opened last month offers more places in East Cooper for county residents to run, walk and bike. Laurel Hill County Park is located between U.S. Highway 17 and S.C. Highway 41 in Mount Pleasant, but is accessible to the public from its trail head, located at the Mount Pleasant Recreation Department’s Park West Recreation Complex.
Thursday night’s sunset was simply spectacular with rich, deep pinks and oranges. It looked as if the sky were on fire.
You probably recognize this 1950s-era “green clay humanoid character” that is painted on the side of a building somewhere in downtown Charleston. But where?
Charleston Mayor Joe Riley will offer his last State of the City address at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 27 from City Hall’s Council Chamber, 80 Broad Street, Charleston. Click to see more good news.
“As long as everybody is using it, legalizing and taxing it would provide much-needed funds for road repairs.”
To the editor: [On Andy Brack’s column about Marjory Wentworth’s poem] I whole heartedly agree. In New Jersey where I spend a good part of each year, we did a study through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (I was an appointed member for seven years) to try and understand how much revenue the arts brought to the […]
The Charleston County Consolidated 9-1-1 Center has launched “Smart911,” an innovative tool to enhance emergency 9-1-1 responses. It allows citizens to create a free Safety Profile for their household that includes any information that they want 9-1-1 and first responders to have in the event of an emergency. The service is free.
This Union campaign is one of the most controversial of the Civil War because of the damage it wrought to civilian property and the questions it raised about fair play in war.