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A South Carolina native:  the yellow pond lily.

CALENDAR, March 20+: Native plant sale set for Saturday plus flood maps, Walk for Water

Staff reports | Looking for the perfect plant for your yard? You’re in luck because the local chapter of the S.C. Native Plant Society is having its 10th annual native plant sale Saturday at Charles Town Landing State Historic Site. Also ahead: flood map meetings; Walk for Water …

by · 03/20/2017 · 0 comments · calendar
CALENDAR, March 13+:  From flood maps to great storytelling

CALENDAR, March 13+: From flood maps to great storytelling

Staff reports | Charleston County residents will have the opportunity to view new preliminary flood maps and ask questions about potential impacts to their property in meetings this month in North Charleston, Charleston and Mount Pleasant. If new flood maps show your property to be higher than current maps, your flood insurance rates could go down.

by · 03/13/2017 · 0 comments · calendar
GOOD NEWS:   Three meetings set this month to discuss new preliminary flood maps

GOOD NEWS: Three meetings set this month to discuss new preliminary flood maps

Staff reports | Charleston County residents will have the opportunity to view new preliminary flood maps and ask questions about potential impacts to their property in meetings this month in North Charleston, Charleston and Mount Pleasant.

If new flood maps show your property to be higher than current maps, your flood insurance rates could go down.

GOOD NEWS:  Top student app-developers will split $10,000 in prizes

GOOD NEWS: Top student app-developers will split $10,000 in prizes

Staff reports | Some $10,000 in awards and scholarships are available to area students from middle school to graduate school in the Charleston Defense Contractors Association’s 6th annual Mobile App Competition. Applications and associated videos are due by midnight Nov. 21, 2016. More on the application process. Also in this brief: Update on flood maps, Anna Wypych’s first show and Autumn on the Ashley.

by · 09/26/2016 · Comments are Disabled · Good news, News briefs