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Keith Summey Proud To Serve N. Charleston
By: Jeff Walker

Mayor Keith Summey has presided over the city of North Charleston for the past fourteen years. He took office in late 1994 when former Mayor Bobby Kinard resigned and at a time when the city was facing troubled times. There was political unrest in City Hall, the city's population was shrinking due to the Navy Base closing, and crime was on the rise. As Summey puts it, "North Charleston was considered a nice place to work and shop, but when you were done you went back to your bedroom communities outside the city limits."  Full Story

LAMC Area Revitalization Plan Visioning Sessions Generate Excitement
By: Wannetta Mallette, City of North Charleston

The Lowcountry Alliance for Model Communities (LAMC) has been working hard toward improving the quality of lives for residents in their neighborhoods. LAMC recently hosted a series of seven public workshops to create a community vision for seven neighborhoods in North Charleston’s Neck area from April 16 – April 18 generating optimism and excitement about the area’s future.  Approximately 150 residents, business and property owners, and agency representatives attended the three day workshops.   Full Story

Governor Mark Sanford Comments on Airplane Use
By: Mark Sanford
In my first race for Congress a local reporter in Myrtle Beach had taken a few words from an interview and used them in a different context to paint a picture that was far from what I believed. When I confronted him on taking my words out of context his simple reply was, “Life is out of context.” Full Story
Lowcountry Book Call for Entries
By: Dean Cowart
Local Photographers and Artists are invited to submit images of their work to appear in the new book entitled, Palmetto Blended Presents: The Lowcountry Life, Vol. 1: Culture and Lifestyle—due to hit shelves later this year. This book will feature beautiful full color photos, classic recipes, ghost stories, favorite events, landmarks and businesses, fun facts and trivia, and much more. The book will be available for purchase on several notable websites for purchase, including Palmetto Blended and Full Story

Ricky Skaggs Heads Up Boone Hall Labor Day Event
By: Jeff Walker
The annual BBQ and Bluegrass Festival at historic Boone Hall Plantation has become a favorite event for many low country residents closing out the summer during the Labor Day weekend. Full Story
Consumers Turning Attention to American Farms
By: Janine Smiley
There's a new survey out which touts that nearly every person asked (93%) wanted to support dairy farmers who give 100% of their farmer-owned cooperative money proceeds back to U.S. dairy farmers. Full Story

CAFB Maintenance Chief Receives Bronze Star
By: Major Bill Walsh
Chief Master Sergeant Manning distinguished herself as Chief Enlisted Manager, Detachments 1 and 2 of the 755th Air Expeditionary Group supporting Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Under continued threat of hostile fire and improvised explosive devices, Chief Manning bravely operated as truck commander, driver, spotter and shooter. Full Story
Day Trips to Charlottesville, Va. and Asheville, N.C.
By: Mike Tilley
Transportation Museum Foundation and the Watauga Valley Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society offer a chance to see the beautiful fall foliage, experience a great destination and enjoy the romance of riding the rails this fall. After hosting day trips through the 1990s, the museum revived rail excursions in 2007.  Full Story

Charleston Ship Modeling 101
By: Diane Scher
No experience necessary. The class targets serious, aspiring model builders, retirees, armchair sailors, maritime history buffs, sailors, retired naval officers and crew who are seeking a new hobby and form of creative expression. Full Story
Fraudulent Check Writers Targeted
By: Polly Cillpam
Solicitor Scarlett Wilson announced the Worthless Check Unit (WCU) which will target bad check writers who fraudulently target Charleston County businesses who obtain goods or services by writing worthless checks. Full Story

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