In Your City Of Charleston

Burke High School Educators Amelia Little and Edgar Johnson Honored at National Education Conference

New Tech Network (NTN) recognized Burke High School teachers, Amelia Little and Edgar “Chopper” Johnson from Charleston, South Carolina, with the NTN Best-in-Network award for their project, “Finding a Voice,” at the New Tech Annual Conference (NTAC) held in St. Louis, Missouri July 11-15. New Tech Network, a national nonprofit organization, is a leading design…

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Charleston County DSS deputy director Darrell Morris named Employee of the Month

The South Carolina Department of Social Services’ Employee of the Month programs recognizes staff whose work exemplifies our core principles: Competence, Courage and Compassion. Darrell Morris, deputy director of Charleston County DSS, was recently named a July Employee of the Month. “I was surprised and honored to be selected,” he said. According to his nomination,…

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Business Profile: Smallwood Care Removal Services, LLC

SMALLWOOD CARE REMOVAL SERVICES, LLC Owner: • Anthony Smallwood, Timberland High School – Class of 2006 Service Rendered & Available: • 24/7 Removal Services – Inclusive of holidays • Services provided in all geographical regions pick-ups • Removal from homes, medical facilities, nursing home & others     • North Charleston Business • License #LIC-12-16-159553 Mission Statement Our goal is to facilitate…

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Tri-County Organizations Launch Partnership to Improve Early Childhood Education and Care in Berkeley County

Six Charleston-area organizations, a mental health professional, a doula, and a data expert have come together to form a coalition designed to improve the wellbeing and potential of children affected by adverse circumstances in Berkeley County, South Carolina. Called the Berkeley Early Education and Care Collective (BEE&CC), the coalition was one of 139 groups that…

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Local Boy Scouts Visit Washington, D.C.

Boy Scout Troop 469 sent a delegation of thirty scouts, leaders and friends to Washington, D.C. earlier this summer. Scouts arrived early on the morning of June 13 and immediately went on a visit to Capitol Hill. The troop had scheduled meetings with each of our state representatives. They toured the Exhibition Hall at the…

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A Time To Give

By Dr. Katie B. Catalon Hibben Hospitality Shelter at the Hibben United Methodist Church located at 690 Coleman Boulevard, Mount Pleasant, SC extended a welcome of hospitality to guest for them to receive hair services on Saturday, July 28, 2018. Mr. Anthony Gibson, the owner and instructor at Top of the Line Barber College located…

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Dogs get their day at the waterparks with Dog Day Afternoon September 8 at Splash Island and September 9 at Whirlin’ Waters

All summer long, your pups have to wait at home while you enjoy the waterparks without them. Well, every dog has his day, and this year, they have two – thanks to Dog Day Afternoons this September. The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) is dedicating two days this summer to our furry friends…

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