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The Charleston Animal Society is making an urgent plea for foster families to help with an overwhelming number of animals flooding its shelter system. “We have had a perfect storm of circumstances hit us all at once,” said Charleston Animal Society Vice President of Operations and Strategy Aldwin...
Because of the community’s ongoing support over the past 14 months, ECCO has continued to provide unprecedented levels of help and hope to our neighbors in their time of need — many of whom never imagined needing to turn to a place like ECCO for assistance. How fortunate we are to live in an area...
Have you noticed the sand traps? And I am not talking about the ones on the golf course. These are much smaller and won’t get your attention unless you look for them.     Watch for cavities dug in the soil, shaped like snow cones, but one quarter to one half the size. They tend to be in clean...
Several categories of books are highlighted this month starting with nonfiction, three memoirs, a variety of fiction and a couple of thrillers. Hope you can find at least one to tote to the beach or pool.   I have been listening to NPR forever – to and from work including weekends on call...
Keep South Carolina Beautiful (KSCB), a division of PalmettoPride, announced the release of the 2020 Keep America Beautiful (KAB) study on litter in America. The study provides a comprehensive understanding of the “quantitative and qualitative data composed of four components: observed litter,...
We are continuing our tradition of celebrating high school graduates through our yearly special commemorative edition. This year’s issue is scheduled for June 10, 2021.   We work directly with the official photographers and school administrators at Bishop England High School and Philip...
As the elected officers of the South Carolina Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (SCAAP), we are writing to express our concerns for children as the pandemic continues. Representing more than 750 pediatricians statewide, we stand united with our AAP colleagues (over 67,000) nationally...
Why must all PSHS graduates wear black clothes under their graduation gowns?   As Senior Class President at Philip Simmons High School, my responsibility is to be a voice for students. As we approach the end of this emotionally challenging year, a heated debate has surfaced regarding our...
Description: In 2021, the role of a mother has been updated to include proficiency in a variety of fields that, up until the arrival of the coronavirus, did not typically fall under a mom’s responsibilities, including teacher, IT director, social distance coordinator, and stay-at-home worker...
A very warm summer night in 2020, a dinner party at the home of friends in the bubble, a dip in their pool in our clothes, and the idea to build a pool was born. But you already know that…I told you to stay tuned.    A conference call with a pool company happened the next day and from there,...

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