A Life Well Lived

Late Greenhill Road neighborhood community leader, entreprenuer lived a life of principle, progress Charlie Morrison Staff Writer The Lowcounry lost a legend last month, with the passing of Greenhill Road neighborhood matriarch and entreprenuer Virginia “Evie” Smalls. Smalls passed away at the age of 87. Smalls’ life was a life well-lived. Since “Evie,” as she was …

Back to the Drawing Board

Charleston County Council Finance Committee Explains New Options for I-526 By Charlie Morrison Staff Writer Last week Charleston County Council explored new options for the Mark Clark Extention. Last Thursday’s meeting of Charleston County Council’s Finance Committee offered a new twist to the seemingly never-ending saga of the proposed extension to the Mark Clark Expressway. State …

Charles Van Rysselberge: What Recession?

Van Rysselberge points to the grant received by the Clemson University Restoration Institute to develop and test next-generation wind turbines and drive trains as an example of the economic stability and growth prospects in Charleston.

Full Grown, Slow Pitch

St. Andrew's Parks takes a swing at adult sports offerings By Charlie Morrison I Staff Writer St. Andrew’s Parks & Playground is offering a slow-pitch adult co-ed softball league this fall with games being played on Tuesday nights. The season will commence Sept. 21 and run through the fall, wrapping up Nov. 16. This latest offering …

Local Golfers Tee Off for Children

St. Andrew's Scholarship Golf Tournament raises more than $5,000 By Charlie Morrison A record-setting field of 33 teams and more than 130 golfers participated in the annual St. Andrew's Parks and Playground Scholarship Golf Tournament presented by West Of Thursday at Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Club. Team 'West Of,' made up of Will Shelton, John Banta, …