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Summerville boat builder to add 150 jobs
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Summerville boat builder to add 150 jobs

  • Friday, July 18th, 2014

The boating industry continues to crest with the more-buoyant economy....Read More

North Charleston mayor joins wildlife, environmental groups in supporting offshore wind power
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North Charleston mayor joins wildlife, environmental groups in supporting offshore wind power

  • Thursday, July 10th, 2014

North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey joined the National Wildlife Federation and environmental groups Thursday in calling for the government to take a leadership role in promoting offshore wind power....Read More

City marina expansion work probably won't start until next year

  • Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

Work on extending the Charleston City Marina docks farther into the Ashley River most likely won't begin until next year....Read More

Wildlife trouble on waterways
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Wildlife trouble on waterways

  • Friday, June 27th, 2014

Mind the critters. You're not the only one out on the water now that summer is here....Read More

Blue crab threatened by high-dollar harvest?
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Blue crab threatened by high-dollar harvest?

  • Friday, June 27th, 2014

Its sweet taste makes the blue crab one of the Lowcountry's more sought after delicacies - and might be about to make it gone....Read More

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Bonnetheads good bet for hot summer days
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Bonnethead sharks popular summertime target for anglers

  • Sunday, August 17th, 2014

During the heat of summer, there aren't many sure bets for saltwater anglers. But toss out a hook baited with a chunk of crab and your odds of hooking up with a hard-fighting bonnethead shark are pretty good....Read More

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  • Sunday, August 17th, 2014

The Coastal Conservation Association of South Carolina will hold its second annual Dove Season Warmup benefit shoot and luncheon Aug. 23 at Partridge Creek Gun Club in Ridgeville. The entry fee is $100 and includes 100 sporting clays targets plus lunch and beverages. Registration...Read More

Centuries-old tradition vanishing
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Some dog-drive deer hunters foresee demise of sport in Lowcountry

  • Saturday, August 9th, 2014

The sound of hounds hot on the trail of deer is fading into Lowcountry history....Read More

South Carolina adds 222 deer antlers to record books
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Antler record numbers down slightly in most recent scoring sessions

  • Sunday, August 10th, 2014

The number of record deer antlers was down slightly during the scoring sessions held throughout the state earlier this year, but that doesn't mean South Carolina's deer herd is in trouble, said Charles Ruth, Deer Project Supervisor for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources....Read More

KickBack wins Fishing for Miracles
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KickBack's 43-pound catch wins Fishing for Miracles King Mackerel Tournament

  • Saturday, August 9th, 2014

Stuck on the crosstown because of heavy flooding Saturday as he headed from his Mount Pleasant home to the Fishing for Miracles King Mackerel Tournament awards ceremony at Ripley Light Yacht Club in West Ashley, John Kicklighter was thinking he should have been making the trek in...Read More