Category Archives: In the News

City of Charleston Offers Free Holiday Parking Passes

Do you still need to do some holiday shopping or want to go out to dinner downtown?  The City of Charleston is offering a 2 Hour Parking Voucher in participating garages. Print out the following flyer and when you exit … Continue reading

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Holiday Shipping Deadlines

Many people ship gifts to friends and family for the holidays. The Post and Computer Store in Freshfields has provided us with the deadlines for USPS, FedEx, and UPS. USPS – click here. FedEx – click here. UPS – click … Continue reading

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Recycle or Throw It in the Trash – That Is the Question

With the holidays just around the corner and packaging or aluminum foil pans from family meals headed to your trash bin, this is a good time to review what can and cannot be recycled. Seabrook Island follows the recycling rules … Continue reading

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Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Awards $150,000

Each year, the Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club awards grants and scholarships to organizations in the Lowcountry whose mission is to help the citizens of Johns and Wadmalaw Island.  This year’s award ceremony, held November 6 at the Seabrook Island Club, was … Continue reading

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New on the Scene

The Hemingway, a new coffee shop owned and operated by Michael, Nick, and Mark, opened Tuesday, November 13, in the space formerly occupied by Kava at 4430 Betsy Kerrison Parkway. Daily offerings include coffee and pastries.  They expect the menu … Continue reading

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Municipal Election Results for the Town of Seabrook Island

The following are the unofficial election results for the Municipal Election for the Town of Seabrook Island. Candidates for Mayor – One (1) Seat Available: John Gregg – 513 votes Candidates for Town Council – Four (4) Seats Available: Skip … Continue reading

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MUSC Proposal for an Emergency Department

MUSC has filed for a SC DHEC Certificate of Need to construct an emergency department on Seabrook Island Road. The proposed site is the former Miss Lulu’s property. To learn more about the proposal, click here. Seabrookers are invited to … Continue reading

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Election Day: New Two-Step Voting Process

Today’s Post and Courier (11/4/2019) carried an article explaining the new two-step voting machine process. The new process involves a paper ballot, printing a card with the voter’s selections and scanning the card into the system to be counted. It’s … Continue reading

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Election Day is November 5: Here’s What You Need to Know

2019 Town of Seabrook Island Municipal Election Information The Town of Seabrook Island’s municipal election will take place on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. This year’s general election will fill one (1) seat for the office of Mayor and all four … Continue reading

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Town Of Seabrook Island Municipal Election: Candidate for SI Utility Commission – Tim Morawski

Tim Morawski has owned property on Seabrook Island since 2003, becoming a full time resident in 2007.  He has served on COVAR, ARC, Events Committee, Nominating Committee, and GOMC before being appointed to fill a vacancy on the Seabrook Island … Continue reading

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Daylight Savings Time Ends: Change Your Clocks

Daylight saving time 2019 will end at 2:00 am on Sunday, November 3, 2019, so turn your clock BACK before you retire Saturday night. Remember, spring forward, fall back! This is also a good time to check the batteries in your … Continue reading

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Town of Seabrook Island Municipal Election: Candidate for Town Council – Barry Goldstein

Barry Goldstein and his wife Martha starting visiting Seabrook Island in 2011 and enjoyed the Island so much that they purchased a lot, and built their house in 2012. After a few years as part time residents, they decided to … Continue reading

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