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10:42 am on Wednesday May 22, 2013

Low-income housing coming to Concord Park site

In 1989 Hurricane Hugo devastated not only Charleston but an entire block of low-income housing near where the S.C. Aquarium now stands. The City of Charleston has now agreed to build low-income housing for seniors on much of the Concord Park area.
3:47 am on Sunday June 10, 2012

Beaufort's Mary Hamilton Brown looks back on 104 years

Mary Hamilton Brown of Beaufort is 104 years old and Cathy Carter Harley caught up with the woman born on May 27, 1908, about her life and her favorite memories.
1:43 pm on Wednesday May 23, 2012

Charleston Collegiate School Graduates Urged to "Listen to Your Inner Voice"

Charleston Collegiate School held its Commencement on Saturday, May 19, 2012. Twenty-eight seniors, several of whom had attended the school since kindergarten or first grade, were awarded diplomas. Members of the Class of 2012 will be attending...
8:29 am on Monday May 7, 2012

Going to Spoleto? Don't miss Natalie Daise.

Natalie's Daise's original play, "Becoming Harriet Tubman" has been selected by the Piccolo Spoleto Festival of Charleston to run during the internationally-recognized festival. But first, she is giving one night to Beaufort, her home town,...
11:24 am on Thursday April 19, 2012

Celebrate Spring with Dance and The Robert Ivey Ballet Company

 The Robert Ivey Ballet presents Spring Celebration April 27 & 28 Tickets are now available for this entertaining spring dance performance Charleston's spring  tradition continues with A Spring Celebration, presented by Robert Ivey Ballet. A...
12:12 pm on Thursday April 12, 2012

Walk for Rides

ITNCharlestonTrident invites everyone to join us in our annual fundraising event “Walk for Rides” on April 28, 2012. The 2 mile walk is around scenic Hampton Park. This is a family and pet friendly event with, vendors, food and live music featuring...
7:47 am on Sunday August 28, 2011

Look around computers everywhere: TCL offering computer basics class

Flickr user jeffkarpala Computers are prevalent fixtures in our surroundings.  They are found in schools, libraries, hospitals, offices, stores, private homes and government agencies.Yet, there are individuals for whom computers continue to remain a...
6:13 am on Sunday June 7, 2009

West Ashley High seniors prank school, make a mess

Image by Flickr user stevendepolo Image by 20090607-tp.jpg The responsible adult in me says I shouldn't help encourage such things, but the kid in me can't help but chuckle. [gmap markers=blue::32.816385003784326,-80.06934642791748 |zoom=11 |...
10:07 am on Wednesday March 18, 2009

After being homeless for weeks, senior gains home through state program

Imagine living alone in your car, in 20 degree weather, all while having chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. This was a reality for Charleston resident Elizabeth Schmidt. After spending several weeks like, Elizabeth Schmidt has a home once again...
4:17 am on Sunday September 7, 2008

Tuition wavers axed for those over 60 and working full-time

South Carolina for years has allowed those 60 or older to take college classes for free, but a recent change by Columbia lawmakers excludes those seniors working full time. Head over to The Post and Courier for the story. Looks to me like they got...