West Ashley High School’s New Top Cat

West Ashley High School’s New Top Cat

New principal Ryan Cumback aims to take the Wildcats to new heights by Lorne Chambers | Editor May 30 is a day that Ryan Cumback will never forget. Not only was it the day he was announced as the new principal at West Ashley High School, but it was also the day his...

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West Ashley High School’s New Top Cat

New principal Ryan Cumback aims to take the Wildcats to new heights by Lorne Chambers | Editor May 30 is a day that Ryan Cumback will never forget. Not only was it the day he was announced as the new principal at West Ashley High School, but it was also the day his...

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Harry Griffin’s War

West Ashley City Councilman goes on the attack against the Mayor by Bill Davis | News Editor West Ashley City Councilman Harry Griffin either struck a blow for fiscal accountability last month, or he served up a $52,000 “nothingburger” that will isolate him on...

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‘Artisans Row’ Dream Stalled

Pastamaker boils over red tape by Bill Davis | News Editor The dream of turning Wappoo Road into an “artisans row” may have just taken one step forward and avoided taking a big step backward. Four years ago this month, the city and the county held a joint public...

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A Promise Kept … Nine Years Later

CCSD comes through with new Stono Park Elementary by Bill Davis | News Editor There were more subcontractors doing finishing work at the new Stono Park Elementary at the end of last month than you could shake a stick at. And they were all busting their humps, backs...

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A New Era For Wildcats Football

William Wineberg takes the helm at West Ashley High School by Lorne Chambers | Editor Many were surprised this off-season when in-coming principal Ryan Cumback relieved long-time West Ashley High School head football coach Bobby Marion of his duties. None more so than...

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Sláinte and Prost

Ireland’s Own and Jägerhaus Pub takes the European pub theme to the next level by Lorne Chambers | Editor It’s fair to say that Charleston has never seen a place quite like Ireland’s Own and  Jägerhaus Pub. Inside the brand new 10,200-square-foot space that was once...

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West Ashley Flashback — Pieces of the Parish, Part 6

Remembering the early days of St. Andrew’s Parish A big “Thank You” to everyone who has reached out to add to the stories! Now time to move into Part 6 of this who-knows-how-many-part series where I have started at the beginning of the journals/milk crates/digital...

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Let’s Get Together and Feel All Right

Sixth annual S.C. Reggae Jerk Festival returns to West Ashley on Aug. 25 from Staff Reports Come on out and celebrate all things Jamaican at the Sixth Annual South Carolina Reggae Jerk Festival. You can feast on the scrumptious jerk-seasoned foods and dance to Reggae...

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Art Matters — Olivia Bergen

A conversation with Ashley River Creative Arts Elementary School Art Teacher Olivia Bergan Describe your art: Clay. I had a concentration in ceramics in college. Teapots were my favorite. Indispensable tool: Potter’s Wheel. I wish I had a kiln. Finest of all the...

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West Ashley Flashback — Taking the Long Road

The Long family story has deep roots in St. Andrew’s Parish Note: This West Ashley Flashback is written by yours truly with some recollections which Leonard Long, Jr. provided respecting his grandfather, Leonard Darlington Long, known as ‘LD.’ That J.C. Long built...

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