Teck Wins Second Term

Teck Wins Second Term

Beyond mayoral race, November’s election solidifies Tecklenburg’s power base by Bill Davis | News Editor Mayor John Tecklenburg’s cakewalk over City Councilman Mike Seekings in a special election last month was fraught with meaning, especially for West Ashley. Let’s...

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Community Says Good-bye to Drayton Hall Patriarch

Community Says Good-bye to Drayton Hall Patriarch

Charles Henry Drayton III passes away at the age of 101 from Staff Reports  Last month, Charles Henry Drayton III peacefully passed away at the age of 101. Drayton, fondly known to friends and family as Charlie, devoted his lifetime of work towards the preservation...

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Teck Wins Second Term

Teck Wins Second Term

Beyond mayoral race, November’s election solidifies Tecklenburg’s power base by Bill Davis | News Editor Mayor John Tecklenburg’s cakewalk over City Councilman Mike Seekings in a special election last month was fraught with meaning, especially for West Ashley. Let’s...

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Bridge Over Troubled Funding

Bridge Over Troubled Funding

Money for bike/walking bridge over Ashley River flows by Bill Davis | News Editor Looks like West Ashleyians will finally get a way to ride a bike or walk to the peninsula, just like Mt. Pleasanter have over the Ravenel Bridge. Last month, as it was first reported by...

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Middle School Meddling

Many in West Ashley upset over district’s plan to combine middle schools by Bill Davis | News Editor Big changes are coming to both C. E. Williams Middle School for the Creative and Scientific Arts and West Ashley Advanced Studies middle schools, and many local...

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West Ashley, a Hidden Gem(stone)

West Ashley, a Hidden Gem(stone)

Gemstone Prayer Center — Locust Grove will remain at Citadel Mall as HBO renews Rightous Gemstones for for second season by Bill Davis | News Editor It’s hard to drive around West Ashley and not see something that has appeared on the first season of HBO’s The...

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The Daily Grind

The Daily Grind

Local couple opens third restaurant this year with Little Big Billy’s Burger Joint by Lorne Chambers | Editor This time last year Greg Leonard was making an hourly wage building houses for Habitat for Humanity. Although he had spent decades in the restaurant industry,...

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West Ashley Flashback — A Vision of Yesterday

West Ashley Flashback — A Vision of Yesterday

Perspective is an important term to have in the vocabulary when attempting a retrospective look into a community. I have had the privilege of learning many varying perspectives over the course of the last eight years while researching for the publication of West...

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A ‘Spectacular’ Holiday Variety Show

A ‘Spectacular’ Holiday Variety Show

A Charleston Holiday favorite returns for its sixth year from Staff Reports The sixth annual production of the Cultural Arts Center Charleston’s (formerly Charleston Performing Arts Center) Holiday Spectacular will be held at the new CACC’s brand new West Ashley home...

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City Breaks Ground On Forensics Building

City Breaks Ground On Forensics Building

22,000-square-foot West Ashley facility will be completed in 2021 from Staff Reports Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, members of City Council, Police Chief Luther Reynolds, and Parks Director Jason Kronsberg broke ground Wednesday, Oct. 30 on the Charleston Police...

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Art Matters — James Richardson

Art Matters — James Richardson

Graffiti Artist — made the ChART sign in Alycia Alley Describe your art: Graffiti on walls, large canvases, or miniature murals on paper. Graffiti like abstracts. I like shapes and colors. Were you an Artsy Kid: Yes, I liked making something out of nothing with my...

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