Category Archives: In the News

Boardwalk 1A (Bobcat Trail) Closed Indefinitely

  Boardwalk 1A (Bobcat Trail) will be closed indefinitely due to safety concerns.  The boardwalk is in SIPOA’s capital plans for consideration in 2019, however due to weather events and age, it has deteriorated more rapidly than anticipated. The General … Continue reading

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Ever wonder what our firefighters do?

A Firefighter’s Day Perhaps a few of you have wondered just what our firefighters do all day. Some of you probably think that they are sitting around the station watching sports and eating snacks that you bring them. The average … Continue reading

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SI Poll Managers Needed

The Town of Seabrook Island will be having both a primary and general election in 2018.  We will be electing many officers, including statewide and local; our Congressional Representative; and various county-wide and less-than-county-wide officers.  We need Seabrookers to join … Continue reading

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Ever wonder how that newspaper gets to your driveway?

Here at Tidelines, we rely on the Internet to get our content to you. For wider coverage, you can subscribe to virtually any newspaper online. But for those of us who still enjoy the feel and smell of newsprint, there’s … Continue reading

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Primaries in South Carolina

South Carolina Primaries are on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. To vote in the primaries, you should be aware of a few things: May 11, 2018 is the deadline to register to vote in person for the Primaries (unless the county … Continue reading

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Street Closures for Cooper River Bridge Run April 7

Saturday, April 7, 2018 Cooper River Bridge Run Street Closures: Calhoun Street between Meeting to Anson Street will be closed to all traffic 12:00am to 2:00pm; residential limited traffic only until 4:30am when the road will be closed entirely. Calhoun … Continue reading

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Air and Space Expo to Include the Air Force Thunderbirds April 28

From the Post and Courier on February 6, 2018. The Air Force Thunderbirds will take to the skies over North Charleston on April 28 during Joint Base Charleston’s Air and Space Expo. Joint Base Charleston will host the Lowcountry’s first … Continue reading

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Dr. Vic Agusta, Angel Oak Honoree

Dr. Vic Agusta, volunteer physician at Barrier Island Free Medical Clinic, was presented with the 2017 Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club Foundation Angel Oak Award on Wednesday, March 21. The ceremony was held at the Seabrook Island Club. The prestigious award was … Continue reading

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COVAR Seeks Nominations for President

The Council of Villa Associations and Regimes (COVAR) is now accepting nominations for the elected position of President. We encourage potential candidates, who have a vested interest in facilitating COVAR interests on Seabrook, to submit a short background and interest … Continue reading

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BIFMC Welcomes New Board Members

Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic recently inducted five new members from the community to serve on the Board of Directors. New additions to the Board include David Dunlap, former CEO of Roper St. Francis Healthcare; Michael Blanton, Product Marketing Leader … Continue reading

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Kiawah Island Upgrades

The Post and Courier published a story this morning, March 22, 2018, about plans Kiawah Island has for the area.  According to Kiawah Island Golf Resort President Roger Warren, there will be a new hotel, conference center, wedding chapel,  and … Continue reading

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Fire at Red’s Ice House at Bohicket Marina

On March 13, 2018, a fire broke out at Red’s Ice House at Bohicket Marina. The blaze began in the kitchen. Initially, the staff tried to extinguish it, but it proved beyond them and 911 was called. The Seabrook Island … Continue reading

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