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This year, town employees said, they have been carting away 10 to 12 pickup truckloads a week of items people leave on the beach.
This (pdf) press release tells about an interesting event this week in Charleston:
Carolina's Restaurant and the South Carolina Aquarium host dinner to highlight LOCAL sustainable seafood and LOCAL brews
About a dozen Hilton Head Island restaurants are part of the Sustainable Seafood Initiative
The Pony-Up Express: Charlotte finds itself looking for new alternatives to the HOV Lane.
It's a HOT Lane.
A HOT lane works like this: Drivers pay a variably priced toll that allows them to travel at a certain speed, usually at 50 mph. It might be $1 at 2 p.m. and $5 at rush hour.
I don't think this would work on U.S. 278 in Bluffton.
But buying your way past the hoi polloi would go over well here.
The goal is to reach fifth-graders with the Earth Stewards Program - which reinforces field lessons with lab and classroom exercises - and then continue programs in the sixth and seventh grade.
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I still shop at the dollar stores. I'm still on the children about cutting out the lights and not leaving the water on.
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Some background on today's column about Elvis.
Beachgoers on the northern tip of Cherry Grove can see the signs of South Carolina entering a new frontier: wind power.
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Frustrated Myrtle Beach homeowners are trying everything:
John Warren then made a homemade trap using green wire and sticks attached to a string that ran across his front yard into their master bedroom.