McCoy Throws Hat In Ring

McCoy Throws Hat In Ring S.C. House 115's McCoy kicks off Congressional bid By Charlie Morrison Community Editor S.C. House District 115 Rep. Peter McCoy has established himself as a known commodity here on James Island over the past decade of what has largely been a life led in the public eye. In a career … Continue reading McCoy Throws Hat In Ring

A True Primary Source

A True Primary Source Civil Rights leader, James Island resident Minerva Brown King reflects on lessons long learned in Charleston's own Black History By Charlie Morrison Community Editor A truism is often cited by James Isalnd historians, particularly in regards to the history of Charleston's African-American community, that the act of recalling, teaching, and telling … Continue reading A True Primary Source

Cooper James Gets Green Light, But No Stoplight

CUTLINE Insert cutline as per the photos you select. Headline on Cooper James PUD City Council gives Grimball Ext. development final go-ahead, wants SCDOT to put a stoplight in place By Charlie Morrison Community Editor Of the innumerable, large-scale residential developments currently matriculating through Town of James Island, City of Charleston, and Charleston County's respective … Continue reading Cooper James Gets Green Light, But No Stoplight

A Strong Wind Blowing

In the nine successful campaigns Charleston mayor Joe Riley, Jr. has waged here in the Holy City, countless challengers to his seat atop City Hall have come, only to be summarily dispatched, proving for what seems like time immemorial that those of little faith need not apply for the position of mayor. It takes a … Continue reading A Strong Wind Blowing

Pour Me a Long Shot

Bohicket Marina barman makes bid for City Hall By Charlie Morrison City of Charleston mayoral candidate Joshua Kennedy is a believer in the democratic process. After all, when it comes to this November's race to City Hall, he represents the ultra-American idea of the dark horse, long-shot candidate. The 36-year-old father of two only recently … Continue reading Pour Me a Long Shot

Gregorie Keeps Comin’

Gregorie Keeps on Coming City Councilman Pushes Toward the Big Chair in City Hall By Charlie Morrison Holy City native and first-term City Councilman William Dudley Gregorie had arrived at the crossroads of his life when, in 2007, he retired from the U.S. Department Housing and Urban Development (HUD), an organization he had worked for in … Continue reading Gregorie Keeps Comin’

Knee Deep in the Big Muddy

Journalist David Farrow makes bid for Charleston chief executive By Charlie Morrison Contributing Writer Stepping into the political arena with Charleston's incumbent Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. is a decision not to be made lightly. During his 36-year, nine-term reign as Mayor of the Holy City, Riley has dispatched challengers to his seat atop the … Continue reading Knee Deep in the Big Muddy

Charter a Course for a Day of Deep-sea Fishing

  You're Gonna Needa Bigger Boat Summertime in the Holy City is all about the water, whether you spend it relaxing by the pool, reading at the beach, or casting a fly into a lake. But for some water-sport enthusiasts, no summer pastime satisfies the soul as much as a day spent deep-sea fishing. Regardless … Continue reading Charter a Course for a Day of Deep-sea Fishing