Category Archives: In the News

Voice Your Opinion Main Road Corridor Segment C

Charleston County is currently conducting an online public information meeting for Main Road Corridor, Segment C: Bohicket Road from Maybank Highway to Betsy Kerrison Parkway. The County invites all residents to review the proposed alternatives and provide feedback by May … Continue reading

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Statewide Primary – June 14, 2022

On June 14, 2022, South Carolina will hold both Democratic and Republican Primaries. If you live on Seabrook Island, you vote in Charleston County, Seabrook Voting District, and our precinct location is The Lake House. Click here to see a sample … Continue reading

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Meeting | Main Road Corridor Segment C

On May 9, 2022, at 2:00 pm at the Kiawah Municipal Center, the Town of Kiawah Island will lead a round table discussion with the community on the Main Road Corridor Segment C project. The purpose of the meeting is … Continue reading

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Order A Second Set Of COVID Tests

Most of us have received the first set of free COVID-19 tests from the US Government. Did you know that a second set of four at-home tests is now available? It is a good idea to have extra tests on … Continue reading

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Johns Island Roads—Public Meetings

Charleston County has developed revised alternative proposed road improvements for the so-called “Main Road Corridor Segment C” (an area bounded by the portion of Maybank Highway between intersections with Bohicket and River Roads, the portion of Bohicket Road between the … Continue reading

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Celebrate Earth Day on Seabrook Island

Today, Friday, April 22, is Earth Day, when we recognize the importance of the natural world to our quality of life and the health of our planet. This is particularly true on Seabrook Island where the wonders of nature are part … Continue reading

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Paying Too Much For Medications?

Are you paying a lot for prescriptions even though you have insurance? Are you overwhelmed with the cost of the medicine you have to take? According to an article in the Sunday Post & Courier, you may be able to … Continue reading

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Save the Date – May 18, 2022

The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club is pleased to announce that the honoree for the 10th Angel Oak Award is Charlotte Moran.  Charlotte is a Seabrook Island resident and she will be recognized at a banquet on May 18, 2022, at Wingate … Continue reading

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Daylight Saving Time: Change Your Clocks

Daylight saving time Spring 2022 will begin at 2:00 am on Sunday, March 13, 2022, so turn your clock AHEAD before you retire Saturday night. Remember, spring forward, fall back! This is also a good time to check the batteries in … Continue reading

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SIPOA 2022 Election Results

SIPOA Election Results:  The SIPOA Board of Directors and Nomination Committee election results have been announced. Please note that these results are unofficial pending the official, certified tally. The certified election results will be available next week. Elected to the … Continue reading

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Monday, February 21, Is a Federal Holiday

On Monday, February 21, we celebrate George Washington’s Birthday, a federal holiday. Interestingly, you often see different dates for his birthday. According to the National Archives, the calendar that was used at his birth, the Julian calendar, indicates that Washington was … Continue reading

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Time to Do Your Taxes!

I started writing this on Groundhog Day, and since COVID is still with us, in many ways it feels as though every day is Groundhog Day. However, as usual, the IRS has made some changes so there will be some differences … Continue reading

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