Category Archives: In the News

Space Station Visible Overhead at 7:19 pm

We just received word that the International Space Station will be visible across the Charleston sky later this evening.  At 7:19 pm, it will appear in the NW sky and track to the SE until it disappears at 7:25 pm. … Continue reading

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Candidates For General Election Debate on TV

The General Election for federal, state, county and various local offices will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Our polling place is the Lake House. Several of the candidates will be participating in debates prior to election day. These … Continue reading

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Congressman Sanford to Speak at K-S Exchange Club October 17

Island residents are invited to meet with Mark Sanford at Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club’s dinner meeting on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, at the Seabrook Island Club. South Carolina’s Lowcountry Congressman will speak on policies and funding he sponsors and welcomes your … Continue reading

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Mystery Object on the Beach Update

I’m sure most of you have seen or heard about the object that washed up on the beach last week. Since nobody knows for certain what it is, some media outlets are now using terms like “space junk” and “mystery … Continue reading

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SC Voter Registration Extended

The South Carolina Board of Elections and Voter Registration has extended the deadline to Wednesday, October 17, 2018, to register to vote in the November elections. This is due to the problems many people have encountered as a result of Hurricane … Continue reading

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College of Charleston Seeks Input on Continuing Education Offerings

The College of Charleston is reaching out to the Greater Charleston community to offer guest lectures by professors with special expertise or knowledge on topics of interest to residential communities across the area. They have designed a short survey for … Continue reading

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From the Post and Courier: Tax Credits for Special-Needs Students

In Sunday’s Post & Courier (September 30, 2018) Business section in David Slade’s column there was an article entitled, “Tax credits for special-needs students are available this Monday.”  This article advises that South Carolina parents of special-needs children who pay … Continue reading

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Cap’n Sams Spit Gets Go Ahead

In case you missed it, The Post and Courier had an article in Wednesday’s (September 26, 2018) paper entitled, “Judge rules road to develop Capt. Sam’s Spit can proceed.”  Click here to read the full article. –Tidelines Editors

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Are you Ready to Vote in the Upcoming General Election?

The General Election for federal, state, county and various local offices will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Any person wishing to vote in this election must register no later than Sunday, October 7, 2018. Voter Registration by mail … Continue reading

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 Seabrook Women Victorious in Golf Tournament

Seabrook residents and SILGA members Chris Hartman and Melodie Murphy represented Seabrook Island well at “The Mammoth” tournament.  This is an annual member/guest golf tournament held at the beautiful Snowmass Club in Snowmass Village, CO. This year, on August 16 … Continue reading

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Charleston Restaurant Week

Charleston Restaurant Week is currently going on until September 16, 2018.  This is a great chance to try some local restaurants as they feature their favorite dishes, along with some promotions and discounts. Charleston is considered a top culinary destination … Continue reading

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How Well Do You Know Our Neighbors?

A recent publication from the Town of Kiawah Island included a two-page document dubbed the “Maze of K’s” that outlines what each entity does on the island. We thought you might find it helpful as well.  You can print it … Continue reading

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