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By on August 3, 2012

Featured

Where The Rubber Meets The Road

Charlie Morrison - Editor/Publisher I Oct 2, 2014
I knew it the moment my eyes caught a glimpse of the unmistakable orange stakes
Charlie Morrison - Editor/Publisher I Sep 24, 2014
The Carolina Green Fair, the Lowcountry’s premiere

News

Debate Continues over Seismic Blasting and Off-shore Drilling

Paige "Duffy" Lewis - Staff Writer I Sep 24, 2014
Last Tuesday night approximately fifty residents of the Charleston area met at the International Longshoremen Association Hall to hear a
Better Late Than Never
Donnie McKeown - Contributing Writer I Aug 13, 2014
Vietnam, this name, this place that stirs up such a

Op-Ed

Falling for “Natural” Wine

Tim Willard - Advanced Sommelier I Oct 2, 2014
Fall is coming and our decisions on food, fashion, and drink begin to be swayed by nature’s cues to the
The Browns of Fall
Jeffrey Gredlein - Contributor I Oct 2, 2014
I recently stumbled across a new issue of Maxim magazine,

Government

Creative Compensation

Andy Brack - Statehouse Report I Oct 2, 2014
Every now and then, something clicks in your brain and leads you to thinking about things in unexpected ways. Such
Ever Wonder Why We Vote on Tuesdays?
Andy Brack - Statehouse Report I Sep 24, 2014
One thing stands out in the recent vote in Scotland

A&E

Return to Saint Andrew’s Parish

James Island Messenger Special Report I Oct 2, 2014
Saint Andrew’s Parish is the title of a novel from local author Eugene Platt. Officially released last week on smashwords.com
The Song of Simeon
James Island Messenger Special Report I Sep 17, 2014
James Island Public Service District (JIPSD) Commissioner Eugene Platt recently

Business

South Windermere’s Don of Dance

jillian I Jul 9, 2014
Sitting on the cusp of the James Island northern most border is the South Windermere Shopping Center, an area originally
Mother-Daughter Boutiques Redefine Stylish Shopping
Liz McCafferty-Staff Writer I Mar 12, 2014
hristie Bishop is living the dream. She left a 20-year

Schools

Fort Johnson Middle School Makes Strong Showing in National Quiz Bowl Scene

James Island Messenger Special Report I Sep 24, 2014
Fort Johnson Middle School students are making a mark on the map after winning multiple regional and state academic competitions.
The 2014 JICHS Trojans: A New Age
Chris Thackston - Contributing Writer I Aug 27, 2014
Summer may be coming to a close, but the 2014

Special To JIM

The Attack of the USS Ironsides

Paul Hedden I Oct 2, 2014
At 8:30 on the night of October 5, 1863 Lieutenant Glassel was in command of the little David; James W.
Fort Johnson Middle School Makes Strong Showing in National Quiz Bowl Scene
James Island Messenger Special Report I Sep 24, 2014
Fort Johnson Middle School students are making a mark on

Real Estate

Ask Adam 10/2/2014

Adam Rich I Oct 2, 2014
Real Estate Q & A
An (Opinionated) History of Dill Plantation Pt: 3 Conclusion
Charlie Morrison - Editor/Publisher I Sep 3, 2014
In this, the final installment of our (opinionated) history of

Crime

Crime Beat 10-2-2014

Charleston County Sheriffs Department I Oct 2, 2014
The following were recently filed by the Charleston County Sheriff’s Department. These are not convictions and the names of businesses,
Crime Beat 09-24-2014
Charleston County Sheriffs Department I Sep 24, 2014
The following were recently filed by the Charleston County Sheriff’s

Dining

The Safer Gamble

Tim Willard - Advanced Sommelier I Sep 17, 2014
Getting a wine you enjoy that fits the budget is a lot like playing scratch tickets; Dashed hopes and let
Bubbles Beggin’ for Attention Tasting with Tim
Tim Willard - Advanced Sommelier I Sep 10, 2014
There are so many factors that go into selecting a

Where Is JIM?

Where’s JIM? 9/24/2014

James Island Messenger Special Report I Oct 2, 2014
Where’s JIM? 9/24/2014
James Island Messenger Special Report I Sep 24, 2014