Monthly Archives: September 2015

County Council Acts on “Flyover”

At the 29 September meeting of Charleston County Council,  approval was given to the Finance Committee recommendation to begin negotiations for termination of the existing contract with SC DOT relating to the proposed “superstreet” at the intersection of US 17 … Continue reading

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Turtle News – Thank You to the Inventory Team

I want to thank all of the members of the Inventory Team for their participation this season! We had a record breaking year – 75 Nests!!  We had our challenges which always include something new!  This year included the cut … Continue reading

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New Semi-Private Yoga Series: Chair Yoga

New Semi Private Yoga Class: Chair Yoga at The Lake House Wednesdays * October 7th – November 11th from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Chair Yoga is a unique yoga style that adapts yoga positions and poses through the creative … Continue reading

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iOS Security Hack Requires Attention

If you’re one of the large number of people on the Island who own an iPhone or iPad, be aware of the worst security hack in iOS history that recently took place. Otherwise legitimate developers used infected code called “XCodeGhost” downloaded … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: FortyEight – A Wine Bar

Freshfields Village is excited to announce the upcoming opening of FortyEight – A Wine Bar. FortyEight – A Wine Bar will offer: -48 Exceptional Wines by the Glass Everyday -840 Hand Selected Wines by the Bottle Everyday -48 Local and … Continue reading

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Turtle News – Record Season Ends

The 2015 turtle season came to an end on Sunday. Turtlemaster Beautsie Zahrn decided to check on the last remaining nest because of the unusually high tides. It turned out the nest had already hatched so Beautsie , with the … Continue reading

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Swim Around Charleston (SAC)

On Saturday afternoon, Seabrookers, Jeff Pompe, Derek Fyfe, and friends David Hennessey and Stuart Lazarus, (left to right in photo) completed the 12 mile open water relay, called Swim Around Charleston. Sixty swimmers from 13 states jumped in at Remley … Continue reading

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Main Road Closing Delayed

UPDATE: Work has been delayed. (Source) Channel 5 News reported this morning that Main Road would be closed Monday, Sept 28 and Tuesday, Sept 29 for drainage work, but we now understand the work and closures have been delayed due … Continue reading

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Drew Wise is October Photographer of the Month

This month’s photographer, Andrew (Drew) Wise, relocated to the Lowcountry in 2009 with Sarah, his wife of 43 years.  Both are from the Upstate; Drew having graduated from Clemson in 1969 and Sarah from Brenau College in Georgia.   During a … Continue reading

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Free Shredding Day Oct 2, 2015

Shred 360 will be at the Town Hall on Oct 2, 2015 from 10 am until 1 pm in the contractor parking lot at Town Hall. Bring your paper trash, computer disks and drives as well as old tax returns to be shredded. … Continue reading

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SINHG Tours McLeod Plantation

A group of Seabrook Natural History Group members toured McLeod Plantation on Wednesday, September 23rd.  Originated in 1695, McLeod was once one of the largest Sea Island Cotton plantations. It was purchased by William McLeod in 1851 who built the … Continue reading

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Should You Download Apple’s September 30 Launch of its New Operating System, “El Capitan”?

Hello Macintosh Computer users!  On September 30 Apple will launch and you will be able to download “El Capitan” OS X, replacing the “Yosemite” version of OS X as your Macintosh desktop/laptop operating system. BUT should you join the crowd that … Continue reading

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