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7:35 am on Sunday November 30, 2014

Hurricane season is over today

The East Coast has made it though another year largely unscathed. While the Atlantic hurricane season saw little activity with just 8 named storms, the Pacific season saw 20.
5:48 pm on Tuesday September 2, 2014

Three sea turtles to be released friday at Folly Beach

Atalaya, Blu, and Trawler have all recovered and are heading home. You'd be hard pressed to find a sweeter and more family-friendly event.
9:00 am on Thursday August 28, 2014

SC state parks mark record revenue, closer to paying for themselves

South Carolina's state park system is experiencing record attendance and revenue. The parks and state historic sites in the system brought in $24 million in 2013, putting them well on the path to pay for themselves, according to the SC Department of...
5:54 pm on Monday August 25, 2014

A mushroom gathering event

Come forage for local mushrooms with GrowFood Carolina with this inaugural "Lowcountry Mushroom Gathering" event on Thursday, September 11th, and stick around for dinner made by local chefs.
5:28 am on Wednesday August 13, 2014

Sea level rise: New map shows how much Charleston will flood

If you didn't already know, a few feet of water will make your city apartment into waterfront real estate.
8:41 am on Thursday August 7, 2014

Solar energy law in effect in SC

Wednesday in Columbia, Governor Nikki Haley ceremonially signed a bill that will allow for solar leasing. It will give businesses and homeowners a more affordable way to install solar panels. The new law also encourages utility companies to offer...
3:23 pm on Thursday July 31, 2014

CCU ranked as one of the most 'eco-friendly' colleges in U.S.

Coastal Carolina University has been named one of the most eco-friendly affordable colleges in the country.The website lists CCU 35th on the list, recognizing the campus' eco-friendly endeavors. The website notes the school's...
3:32 am on Thursday July 24, 2014

Bike sharing likely for downtown Charleston

The program would offer some 200 bikes at some 20 stations throughout the peninsula. 
11:29 am on Sunday July 20, 2014

Feds to announce SC ocean wind tracts in North Myrtle Beach

South Carolina's nascent wind power industry will take a significant step forward in September when the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management identifies the offshore tracts available for lease to wind power farms. It is also significant that the...